Stories tagged with: Zane State College

February 12, 2012 - 8:26pm
3 years 29 weeks ago

High school seniors are taking another step forward in their education...

Zane State College hosted "College Goal Sunday" Sunday afternoon, to assist college bound seniors with filling out financial aid paperwork. Chairperson Stacy Bernard said this is the fifth year that Zane State held the event, and the school will continue to help as long as there's still a need.

"We've seen a huge success rate, a lot of people are not comfortable with doing...

February 8, 2012 - 6:22pm
3 years 29 weeks ago

If you are preparing for college but need a little more guidance, one local institution is willing to help.

Zane State College will host College Goal Sunday, where students will receive help with filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Director of Student Financial Aid Amanda Reisinger says only a few things are required from students who want to participate.

"Social Security number of course, which most people know theirs, but some high school...

February 7, 2012 - 5:59pm
3 years 30 weeks ago

Zane State College is preparing for a visit from Lt. Governor Mary Taylor next week.

On February 14th, Taylor along with business leaders and local government officials will meet at the Energy Education Economic Development Summit at the Campus Center.

Zane State President Dr. Paul Brown said the goal is to make long term sustainability of energy a reality for the region.

"Our communities really need to get together, we really wanted to get a good cross section of our...

February 3, 2012 - 7:51pm
3 years 30 weeks ago

Governor John Kasich will be at Zane State College on Monday, February 6th.

The Governor requested to come to the school in order to view a natural gas technology class.

According to Zane State President Dr. Paul Brown, the Governor will observe students from the Natural Gas Technology degree program and EPIC/Retrain America classes.

On Monday Dr. Brown says there will be extra security on the campus for the Governor's visit.

The visit comes one day before Governor...

January 31, 2012 - 2:16pm
3 years 31 weeks ago

A new push is being made for Community Colleges to make their class schedules more convenient for students who also work and have families.

Ohio's Higher Education Chancellor Jim Petro wants the states public, two-year schools to explore the idea of block scheduling- where classes would be offered back-to-back in clusters.

Zane State's Dean of Education, Health and Behavioral Services Barb Shelby said the proposal would likely put students in the classroom up to 30 hours per week...

January 13, 2012 - 5:56pm
3 years 33 weeks ago

Students from Zane State's Culinary program prepared and presented some good food from around the world Friday.

The 20th annual Ethnic Food Fair was held at the campus center in Zanesville.
The event included Italian, French, Soul and Caribbean cuisines prepared under the direction of chef, Marco Adornetto.
Event-goers were served an entree, two sides and a desert as part of their $10 admission price.
Adornetto said students have to prepare for many months in order to...

January 10, 2012 - 4:55pm
3 years 34 weeks ago

You're invited to taste cuisine from around the world.

The annual Ethnic Food Fair will return to Zane State College this Friday. The menu will celebrate diversity, including Italian, French, Soul and Caribbean foods- all of which will be prepared by culinary students under the instruction of Chef Marco Adornetto.

"Cooking is so cultural diverse and there is so many different ethnic styles and cuisines that go into making a dish today," said Adornetto.

Adornetto...

December 27, 2011 - 5:25pm
3 years 36 weeks ago

The celebration of the new year will ring in at Zane State College.

The college will host their annual New Years Eve Ball at the Campus Center.

"It's kind of hard for them to imagine coming to the Campus Center for a ball but we completely transform the room," said Director of Marketing and Communications Tamra Pace. "That's been one of the most exciting thing that people find about the ball, because they always wonder what are we going to do with the...

December 16, 2011 - 4:33pm
3 years 37 weeks ago

The number of jobs predicted for oil and natural gas drilling in Ohio could be far fewer than the industry had forecasted.

A study released Thursday by professor Mark Patridge of the Ohio State University estimates 20,000 jobs could be generated, this is far less than a study backed by the oil and gas industry, claiming 200,000 new jobs.

"I think really when we look at this, no matter how many jobs are available, we know there are thousand of jobs that are going to be...

November 29, 2011 - 5:30pm
3 years 40 weeks ago

Small business owners are learning more about lending programs that can help their companies gain access to capital.

On Tuesday, Zane State College hosted Senator Sherrod Brown's Small Business Seminar.  Marianne Markowitz of the Small Business Administration spoke about the Small Business Jobs Act signed into law by President Barack Obama in September.

"The Small Business Jobs Act changed all of our programs," said Markowitz.  "We as an agency offer...

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