T’s experience with the culinary program at the Windham Regional Career Center was born from a long-time interest in the culinary arts. Involvement in the program has helped T to become more comfortable with and grow in the knowledge of cooking and running a kitchen. The “community” atmosphere of the other students has been a […]
After attending a class meeting as a sophomore at BUHS and hearing about the Windham Regional Career Center from a current student, Maya thought the career center might be the place for her. Having a prior interest in starting a diabetic bakery, she felt that the Business and Management program would help her to press […]
Priya looked to the Windham Regional Career Center Health Careers program for confirmation of her interest in moving toward a career in the medical field. Having an interest in pursuing further education, she sees her time here as a positive inclusion on future college and job applications. Priya is impressed that she will be able […]
from real students
Deciding to take a class at the Windham Regional Career Center is often the first step to something bigger and better. Are you interested in working on cars, do you like to cook or bake, or are you interested in starting your own business? How about learning how to program machines to make state of the art metal pieces? You may be a people person who wants to respond in emergencies or by caring for patients or teaching young children. Grab this opportunity and see where it takes you-that is the advice of many of our students.
In their own words, the students above share their personal thoughts about the career center experience.