Completing the Pipeline puzzle


“Manufacturing ten years ago is a lot different than it is today… Once you get with a company and you like the company, [it] will be willing to invest in you, to train you, for making a very very comfortable living wage that you can support a family with.”

Bob Sheehan, Student Services Coordinator, WCCC

Featured Guest:

Bob Sheehan, Student Services Coordinator, Warren County Career Center

Bob has decades of experience working as a high school guidance counselor and then ventured into helping build advanced manufacturing training programs at Sinclair Community College. As he states, he’s come out of his second retirement to continue his passion for helping students, of all ages, find employment opportunities among manufacturing organizations in our region.


Warren County Career Center (WCCC) offers several Adult Programs for job training and new pathways for adults, ages 22 or older, to earn a high school diploma and/or industry credentials aligned to one of Ohio’s in-demand jobs. WCCC offers courses to students who want to advance their skills, finish a workforce certificate or college degree.

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