Chuck Welch has been hired at IBMC College in Greeley, CO., as a Student Success Coach. In this new role, Chuck will be a resource for students seeking help, advice, and encouragement in their academic pursuit.
Chuck Welch has joined IBMC College from Weld County School District 6, where he has been working as a Graduation Interventionist since 2011. Welsh’s primary role was advising and counseling at-risk students to stay in school and graduate with a diploma.
Welch has two degrees in education from Western Governors University, he has a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Science Teaching, and a Master of Education degree in Learning and Technology. Welch also has a Doctorate in Educational Technology Implementation from NorthCentral University.
Chuck Welch is an experienced advisor and mentor, his ability to relate to students and guide them on a path of success has been proven in his previous employment. Welch will be a valued member to the Faculty and Staff at the Greeley campus.
IBMC College’s Certificate, Diploma and Degree programs provide students with the skills needed to flourish in a business, cosmetology, dental, healthcare, paralegal or massage career. IBMC College offers small class sizes to provide one-on-one attention and hands-on training, giving students the real-world experience necessary to be successful in their career path.
About IBMC College:
IBMC College has been providing life-changing career training since 1987. IBMC is locally-owned and nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council of Independent Colleges and Schools to offer certificate, diploma and Associate of Occupational Studies degrees in business, computer technology, cosmetology, dental, healthcare, massage therapy and paralegal studies. Campuses are located in Fort Collins, Greeley and Longmont, CO and Cheyenne, WY. Programs vary by campus.