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NWACC and ACC Kick Off #WatchARWork Campaign


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Northwest Arkansas Community College (NWACC) is excited to join Arkansas Community Colleges (ACC) in kicking off a statewide marketing campaign called #WatchARWork. We hope to raise awareness among community members and policy makers about the skilled trades training opportunities offered at local community colleges, such as NWACC.

ACC is a non-profit association representing all 22 public community colleges in Arkansas. They collaborate with educational institutions, government agencies, private foundations, and others to assist member colleges - like NWACC - in meeting the needs of students, as well as local business and industry leaders.
 

About the #WatchARWork Campaign:

This creative campaign places the spotlight on skilled trade training programs offered at community colleges. NWACC offers a variety of programs within our Workforce division, including construction management, retail and supplier training, HVAC apprenticeships and more. Check out all our programs on our Workforce page.

 

Look Out for the #WatchARWork Content:

During the month of February and throughout the year, NWACC will be sharing content around our skilled trades training and how its impacted students and their careers. Content will include blog posts, videos, graphics and student success stories.

Watch the #WatchARWork video by ACC to learn more:


 


Follow
#WatchARWork Campaign on NWACC’s Social Media:

Keep up with our campaign by following NWACC on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and search #WatchARWork.

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Share Your #WatchARWork Story:

Did you begin your training and education at NWACC? Do you have an active part in the Arkansas workforce? Share your story!

Use the hashtag #WatchARWork when sharing on social media! We'd love to hear more about how NWACC has impacted you!

 


 

Interested in learning more about NWACC’s Workforce division and trade skills training programs? Visit nwacc.edu or call us at 479-986-4000, and we’d be happy to discuss your education goals. There’s a place for you here.