Bob Wilcke

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Bob Wilcke, WITCC Construction Instructor 1993–Present

Source: Western Iowa Tech Community College

  • CCC Board Of Governors Meeting | March 2021 Part C
    The California Community Colleges Board of Governors sets policy and provides guidance for the 116 colleges that constitute the system. The 17-member board is appointed by the governor and formally interacts with state and federal officials and other organizations. The board selects a chancellor […]
  • Will President Biden Forgive Your Student Loans? | Student Loan Planner
    Read the full article: https://www.studentloanplanner.com/biden-changes-student-loans/ The presidential election is over. Given the history of Obama-Biden student loan policies, it’s likely that we’ll see progressive changes that could affect the future of student loans. What could the impact of […]
  • 3rd Annual Bear2Bear Benefit & Bash
    Source: Ursinus College […]
  • Get to Know CCC with Dave Hunt and Jane Reid
    Clackamas Community College Board of Education Member Dave Hunt interviews Board of Education Member Jane Reid. Clackamas Community College has campuses in Oregon City, Milwaukie and Wilsonville. Whether you want to earn a degree or certificate, get an affordable jumpstart to transfer to a […]
  • International Student Perspective: Studying in the USA
    Source: UChicago College Admissions […]
  • How to Register for Classes
    Need more help? Check out our Admissions page: https://www.blinn.edu/admissions/index.html Source: Blinn College […]
  • 10 Interesting Ways You Can Make Money Driving
    If you’re looking for ways to make money, driving is a great way to boost your income. Read the full article here: https://theci.co/makemoneydrivingyoutube Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: ▶︎ Ride-Sharing ▶︎ App-Based Delivery ▶︎ Renting Your Car ▶︎ Helping People […]
  • What Makes a Good College Essay Topic? | College Covered
    One of the most daunting aspects of the college application process is the college essay. Whether you have to write an open-ended personal statement, a school-specific topic or you’re answering a question from the Common Application’s essay prompts, deciding what you will write about is often the […]
  • What Will Happen to Student Loans After the Election?
    For this milestone 100th episode, I’m joined by all four consultants. Because we’re just one week away from the election, I’m talking with them about the election and what we expect could happen to your student loans regardless of who wins the 2020 presidential election. In this episode, […]
  • Beware of Taking a Forbearance for Coronavirus
    Pull close and pay attention. Make sure you don’t mistakenly place your federal student loans on forbearance. If you do, you might miss out on getting your payments covered. Let me explain. My friend Ebony hit me up this morning after FedLoan emailed her about taking a forbearance. Being a […]
  • Black History Month: “Stories from America”
    The Clackamas Community College Cultural Arts Community hosted “Stories From America” on Feb. 26 as part of Black History Month. Watch performances from three inspirational artists (Vin Chambry of “Outdoor Camp,” Josie Seid of “Forget Me Not, America,” and Charles Grant of “Matter”). This event […]
  • In-Person Career Technical Education Returns to CCC!
    Online learning is still going strong at Clackamas Community College—and we’re excited that certain in-person Career Technical Education classes are back! These classes and programs require masks and social distancing measures. Learn more: https://www.clackamas.edu/return-to-campus Discover […]
  • Build Together – Erin Beaty
    Portland Community College Building Construction Technology student, Erin Beaty, takes viewers on a tour of her garage-building worksite and tiny home. Also featuring PCC instructor, Brad Fox. Filmed for PCC’s Tomorrow Together fundraiser. Source: Portland Community College […]
  • Why Your Retirement Accounts Don’t Matter Nearly As Much As You Think
    People love retirement accounts. If I had a dollar for every time someone got excited about contributing to their backdoor Roth IRA, I would probably be a millionaire. While it’s great energy to have, it’s not that important to your long-term financial future. In this episode, I share my thoughts […]
  • Gordon College Athletics Bennett Center UPGRADES 2021
    Fighting Scots Athletics facilities received major improvements, and we’re excited to share the finished product! Thanks to the generosity of the Kanas family, enhancements include automated bleacher seating, acoustical treatments, A/V system enhancements and new divider curtains, a […]
  • Student Loans on Credit Report | Q+A w/Credit Repair Pro John Boll
    For many of my clients, the works not done after I solve their student loan issue. Next, they worry about improving their credit scores so they can buy a home or finance a car or get approved for a loan. In this week’s Q+A, I sat down with Credit Repair Pro. John Boll to answer questions […]
  • The Difference Between NCAA Divisions Explained
    One question we get a lot is what NCAA division level should I play? In this video, our experts explain the NCAA divisions and how to decide which is the best fit for you. https://www.ncsasports.org/best-colleges#division-level TIMECODES 0:55 Show Outline 2:09 The difference between NCAA divisions […]
  • How to Give Kids the Gift of Stock
    If you want to give a better than average gift this holiday season (or even anytime), consider giving the gift of stocks and investments. Read the full article here: https://theci.co/youtubegiftofstock Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: ▶︎ 529 Plans ▶︎ Buying Fractional […]
  • Honors at Gordon // Salome and Jared
    “With so many opportunities for leadership, you 100% have the chance to make an impact during your stay here at Gordon—you just got to take that first step. And I think that’s a unique value proposition that most schools just can’t offer.” Meet Salome and Jared, and learn how humility, confidence […]
  • Everett Community College’s Drama program presents Shakespeare’s Macbeth
    Join us in November for an EvCC Drama Production of ‘Tudor Truth and Jacobean Justice: The Mystery of Macbeth’! Coming to a zoom near you on November 12-14 and 19-21. For more information, visit https://www.everettcc.edu/programs/arts/drama Source: Everett Community College […]
  • Women of WITCC: Lora VanderZwaag & Michelle Wallace
    In honor of Women’s History Month, Mike is taking time to chat with some incredible women at Western Iowa Tech. Source: Western Iowa Tech Community College […]
  • 5 Best Business Budgeting Systems And Tools
    If you have a business, chances are you’ve thought about building a business budget. Luckily, there are tools and systems that can help: https://theci.co/bizbudget Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: ▶︎ Why you need a budget for your business ▶︎ Business budgeting […]
  • D1 Softball Skills Video | Most Common Mistakes
    What does a D1 softball skills video need to include? Former D1 head softball coach Holly Bruder breaks down the most common mistakes recruits make when putting together their softball skills video. RESOURCES Build a free profile https://getrecruited.ncsasports.org/lp/softball-scholarships/ College […]
  • Scary Student Loan Stories
    Is there anything scarier than student loans? With Halloween just around the corner, student loan experts Lauryn Williams and Meagan Landress share scary updates from 2020 and terrifying student loan stories. In today’s episode, you’ll find out: An update on student loan changes so far this […]
  • CAN/DID: Introducing the Series | De Anza College
    CAN/DID: Standing Against Racism and Injustice CAN/DID is an ongoing multimedia series that explores equity and social justice issues – including lessons we can all learn from the struggles of different groups and individuals – by drawing on the knowledge and experience of De Anza College students, […]
  • Gordon in Orvieto: Welcome Back
    It’s time to return. The Gordon in Orvieto semester program aims to foster responsive looking, listening and creating by engaging the traditions lived out by artists, poets, and saints of the past, especially those of Italy. We choose to encounter places where fragments of the West’s […]
  • Video Game Design Internship Opportunities
    WITCC Online Video Game Design students entering their fourth semester will have an internship opportunity with Mytopia Gameware Institute (MGI). Students will create their own video game from concept to production and work with current MGI professionals to gain valuable experience throughout the […]
  • Will there be $10,000 of Student Loan CANCELLATION? | Student Loan Forgiveness
    Is 2021 the year of $10,000 student loan cancellation? In this video, we explore if there will be $10,000 of student loan cancellation under the Biden Administration. We share with you what the Heroes Act tells us, if this proposal was a campaign or policy effort, our prediction, and what you can […]
  • President Trump’s Executive Order & Student Loan Payments
    Federal student loan payments for student loans owned by the Department of Education are suspended through 2020. This suspension covers most but not all borrowers. You see the Dept. of Education doesn’t directly own all federal student loans. Some federal student loans are owned by your […]
  • 5 Ways to Easily Make Your Paycheck Last Longer
    We understand how anxious you may feel right now. For many of us, our day-to-day routine, school, personal health, family health, and even our jobs have been impacted by the coronavirus. It is important to remember that tough times don’t last, tough people do. Hang in there! One way to help combat […]
  • Preferred Walk-On vs. Walk-On: What’s the Difference?
    Our recruiting experts talk about the difference between a preferred walk-on and a regular walk-on. Learn more about this topic here: https://www.ncsasports.org/recruiting/managing-recruiting-process/walk-on-vs-scholarship Have a question about walk ons? Drop it in the comments below or email us at […]
  • President Tim Cooks welcomes you to fall term
    Clackamas Community College President Tim Cook would like to welcome all students to the start of fall term, which begins Oct. 5. Now is the time to register! Our courses are online, so they can work with your schedule and keep you safe at home. Clackamas Community College has the lowest tuition […]
  • Do NAIA Schools Give Athletic Scholarships?
    Yes, NAIA schools can give athletic scholarships. Learn more from our recruiting experts as they discuss NAIA scholarships and the benefits of NAIA schools. For more on this topic, check out: https://www.ncsasports.org/recruiting/how-to-get-recruited/college-divisions#NAIA View NCSA’s list of Best […]
  • The Steps of the College Recruiting Process
    Former NCAA Division 1 coach, Danny Koenig, breaks down the steps college coaches take in their college recruiting process. https://www.ncsasports.org/recruiting/how-to-get-recruited/college-recruiting-process Have a question you want answered about college recruiting process? Send an email to […]
  • Athletic Fit: What is it and What to Consider
    Learn about athletic fit and how it factors in to choosing a college that’s right for you. https://www.ncsasports.org/best-colleges#finding Have a question you want answered about athletic fit? Send an email to live@ncsasports.org. Join us each Tuesday at 2 PM CST as we discuss all things […]
  • BUSTING MYTHS about COLLEGE during COVID
    Navigating the college application and financial aid process during a pandemic is new for all of us. And it’s possible you’ve heard from mixed messages along the way—from the news or your well-meaning relative or even your guidance office. So, you may be left wondering: “Are standardized test […]
  • Live Dodgeball
    Source: Bennington College […]
  • FAFSA Changes: The Student Aid Index Replaces EFC For Financial Aid
    There’s big changes for financial aid and FAFSA coming next year, with the elimination of EFC and replacement with Student Aid Index. Here’s what to know: https://theci.co/saiyoutube Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: ▶︎ Why is EFC being replaced? ▶︎ What Is The […]
  • De Anza College 2020 Commencement: Shyamoli Banerjee
    Source: De Anza College […]
  • She Saved Over $50 Thousand With a Private Student Loan Settlement
    Source: #1 Student Loan Lawyer | Tate Law […]
  • Alumni Talks: Legal Professions
    Source: Gordon College […]
  • Will Coaches Hold It Against Athletes Who Did Not Hold a Season?
    Our experts break down if college coaches will hold it against athletes who did not have a season for their sport? RESOURCES Keep track of all NCAA recruiting updates – https://www.ncsasports.org/coronavirus-sports/ncaa-recruiting-suspended NCAA recruiting rules – […]
  • Women of WITCC: Sandra Lozano
    In honor of Women’s History Month, Mike is taking time to chat with some incredible women at Western Iowa Tech. Source: Western Iowa Tech Community College […]
  • 1040.com Tax Software Review | Flat-Rate Pricing Structure
    1040.com is middle-of-the-pack tax software with simple flat-rate pricing. Here’s our full 1040.com review: https://theci.co/1040youtube Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: ▶︎ What’s new with 1040.com in 2021 and does it offer a free option? ▶︎ 1040.com Price and […]
  • Show Us Your Mask – THANK YOU!
    Source: UChicago College Admissions […]
  • Dentist Lowers Monthly Payment by $1,000 On Her Student Loan
    To schedule a one on one call with a tutor you can contact us at: contact@studentloantutor.com 510-900-6360 facebook.com/studentloantutor Mention that you came from YouTube for a 20% discount on your personalized repayment plan strategy. Refer a friend and we’ll refund you the entire cost! […]
  • Ericka Huggins – Voting
    Ericka Huggins, educator, advocate and former Black Panther Party Leader, spoke with De Anza College students at the Euphrat Museum of Art on Feb. 20, 2020. Her talk was sponsored by the Office of Equity, Social Justice and Multicultural Education. Ericka Huggins https://www.erickahuggins.com/ Us […]
  • Who Should Pay Off A Parent PLUS Loan?
    You wanted to support your child by paying a big part of the cost of their undergraduate education. Borrowing Parent Plus Loans allowed your child to pursue college. Now when repayment approaches, who should pay for them? In this video, we share our thoughts on the steps to take to determine that […]
  • Why the Student Loan Freeze Doesn’t Apply to Your Commercial Student Loans
    If you’re wondering why the student loan freeze doesn’t apply to you, chances are it’s because you have a "commercial loan". Simply put, a commercial loan is almost always a federal student loan made under the Federal Family Education Loan Program. Those loans […]
  • WITCC Facts
    Source: Western Iowa Tech Community College […]
  • What’s it like to TRANSFER COLLEGES? // Marla Batson ’21
    It takes a lot of self-awareness and maturity to recognize when your college experience isn’t working out for you the way you need it to. Maybe your academic interests, career goals, financial or family situations have changed over the past year. Or maybe you’ve changed. The important thing is you […]
  • What does a D1 baseball outfielder look like?
    What does a D1 baseball outfielder look like? Former Division 1 player and NCSA’s Director of Baseball Nelson Gord, breaks down what a D1 outfielder should have in their baseball skills video. RESOURCES Build a free profile https://getrecruited.ncsasports.org/lp/baseball-scholarships/ College […]
  • America’s Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College
    America’s Teaching Zoo, home to the Exotic Animal Training and Management Program, at Moorpark College prepares students to work with animals in all different fields, from conservation programs to training animals at Sea World to working with dogs in television and movies, and everything in […]
  • Blinn College Board of Trustees – Board Meeting – March 09, 2021
    Blinn College Board of Trustees Source: Blinn College […]
  • What does a D1 baseball catcher look like?
    What does a D1 baseball catcher look like? Former Division 1 player and NCSA’s Director of Baseball Nelson Gord, breaks down what a D1 catcher should have in their baseball skills video. RESOURCES Build a free profile https://getrecruited.ncsasports.org/lp/baseball-scholarships/ College […]
  • Register now for Winter 2021 classes at Everett Community College
    http://everettcc.edu Registration is open for new and returning students for Winter quarter. Get your classes now at http://EverettCC.edu/Classes. Winter classes start Jan. 4. Source: Everett Community College […]
  • Darwin’s Biology of Intelligent Design
    Professor Robert J. Richards dissects Darwin’s assertion that a benevolent mind is behind the processes of natural selection. He discusses the creation of a moral animal, the human being, as the purpose of natural selection. Source: UChicago College Admissions […]
  • History and Time, Nature and Place
    Rachel Fulton Brown, Associate Professor of Medieval History at UChicago. leads her students through a discussion of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle Earth. Using his letters as primary texts, the class debates theology, history, geography, allegory, fantasy and myth. Source: UChicago College Admissions […]
  • DeJardin Hall time-lapse
    In November 2014, voters in the Clackamas Community College district approved a $90-million bond measure that is being used to update and expand college classrooms and labs and modernize equipment to meet industry standards. Passage of the bond also results in CCC receiving $32 million in state […]
  • NCAA Division 1 Extension of In-Person Recruiting until April 15, 2021
    Our experts discuss the latest NCAA recruiting updates as of Dec 1, 2020 and what recruits need to know in order to adapt. Effective November 18, the NCAA suspension of all in-person recruiting for D1 sports is extended through April 15, 2021. Coaches are not allowed to meet face-to-face with a […]