For twenty plus years the FBLA Elves at WRCC have been writing beautifully personalized letters from Santa Claus! These letters are truly personalized and can bring a little extra joy to a
It’s that time of year when the Windham Regional Career Center gives back to the community by collecting food for the annual Feed the Thousands food drive.
For the past 21 years, the Career Center chapter of Future Business Leaders of America has conducted a sales campaign called Santa Letters.
On Wednesday, November 6, motivational youth speaker Jeff Yalden came to Brattleboro to speak to the students at the Brattleboro Union High School and the Career Center.
This full day conference featured dozens of hands-on workshops and action stations highlighting careers in trades and technology.
On Friday, September 13, Career Center students from FBLA, FFA, and Skills USA piled into two school buses and went on their annual trip to the Eastern States Exposition (The Big E) in West
After Future Business Leaders of America got back from the State Leadership Conference, the Brattleboro Reformer wrote an article about us which said, “The members of Maribeth Cornell&
Bear with me: I like to sail, and although I haven’t sailed in years, the sailing experience remains a fundamental part of me.
Robots, architectural models and fusion splicing are only a small taste of what WRCC seniors have accomplished.
The end (but really the beginning) is in sight for Windham Regional Career Center seniors as they put the finishing touches on senior projects and get ready for the big day: graduation.
From March 26-28, 17 members from the Windham Regional Career Center (WRCC) Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) attended the state conference in Burlington, Vermont.
Students in the Windham Regional Career Center (WRCC) Robotics Program visited Vernon Elementary School on February 26 to show the students how robots work.
Seventeen members of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter at the Windham Regional Career Center (WRCC) have been working very hard to prepare to attend the FBLA State Leader
SAVE THE DATE: Donate blood on March 19.
Every year FBLA holds a blood drive in conjunction with the American Red Cross.
Weekends are about to get a whole lot cooler, literally! The ski and snowboard club at Brattleboro Union High School and the Windham Regional Career Center starts this Sunday, January 6, 201