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September 6, 2013


2 bedroom + office apartment in Grandin Village Area

Fantastic two bedroom + office, one bath apartment just one block off of Grandin Road. Located on the second floor of a large 4-square home, this apartment offers more than 800 square feet of living space. Updated kitchen with dishwasher, electric range and oven, microwave and new refrigerator. Living room, second powder room, large, floored attic, ample closet and cabinet space, covered wraparound porch, spacious yard, access to detached garage for storage and ample parking. Central air. Free, on-site laundry. Five minute walk to Grandin Village. $700 per month. Includes water and sewer. Security deposit required. Available immediately. Contact Nathan at 540.309.0266 or via email at jefield3@msn.com for more information and/or to schedule a tour.


AAUW Used Book Sale Starts Friday. Thousands of hardbacks, paperbacks, tapes, CDs and DVDs go on sale Friday, Sept. 6, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. at Tanglewood Mall, upper level across from Belk. The sale continues Saturday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sunday 1-6 p.m., and Monday, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Books include selections for children, popular fiction and literature favorites. Proceeds support local and national scholarships for women.  



American Association of Community Colleges Plus 50 Encore Grant – Professional Development Workshops

Did you know...that VWCC is now a AACC Plus 50 College?
VWCC is part of a growing number of community colleges across the nation reaching out to Plus 50 Learners, a rapidly growing demographic that faces many challenges (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-eAamtDLaw). To learn how VWCC can become more 'user-friendly' to Plus 50 Learners and ensure their success in classes and with future career pathways - register for our September Professional Development Workshops for all faculty and staff.
Workshop sessions will be held on Wednesday 9/18/2013 and Thursday 9/19/2013 from 9:00am to 4:00pm in Whitman Auditorium. Workshop agenda includes:

  • § Creating Hybrid Courses for the Adult Learner
  • § Instructional Technology for the Adult Learner
  • § Panel Discussion on Advising Adult Learners; a Discussion Guide for Plus 50 Learners; Developing a Toolkit for Special Populations; and Best Practices for Plus 50 Learners
  • § Dr. Sheila Newberry from St. Petersburg College in Florida will share her experiences and expertise covering Characteristics of Plus 50 Learners; Adult Learning Theory for Plus 50 Learners; and Classroom Skills for plus 50 Learners.

Lunch will be provided for full day registered participants.
First Come basis so register early. Attend day 1 or 2. Should your schedule not permit attending all day you may attend the session that meets your need.

For a complete schedule or to register for sessions contact Workforce Development Services (Leah Coffman at 857-6678 or lcoffman@virginiawestern.edu)

Registration Deadline: Wednesday, 9/11/13