Two students from the Automotive Technology program at the Windham Regional Career Center recently competed in the Ford/AAA Auto Skills state finals at the New England Dragway in Epping, NH.
A few months ago I got a very interesting offer that not many students get. I was asked to teach a class.
Students from the Forestry & Natural Resources course have taken first in a statewide competition.
For immediate release – December 18, 2013:
Career Center Students Build Kitchen Cabinets for Habitat for Humanity Home
Students in Bob Simeon’s Construction Building & Frami
For the past 21 years, the Career Center chapter of Future Business Leaders of America has conducted a sales campaign called Santa Letters.
My name is Noah Simeon and I have taken multiple classes at the Windham Regional Career Center, such as Architecture, English, Math, Electronics, Digital Electronics, and all of the automoti
My name is Alex Johnson, and as a senior at the Windham Regional Career Center, I chose to build a toy chest that looks like a fire station for my senior project.
My name is Cesar Borges, and I’m in Brattleboro as an exchange student from Brazil for only one year.
Robots, architectural models and fusion splicing are only a small taste of what WRCC seniors have accomplished.
I have thoroughly enjoyed my time and the many classes I’ve taken at the Windham Regional Career Center, from freshman year to now. My favorites were Mrs.
Hands-on activities, learning about future jobs and actual FUN are reasons that I am happy that I took classes and was a part of the Career Center.
My name is Becky Kerylow, and I am currently a senior at the Windham Regional Career Center. For my senior project I did a food demonstration at a nursing home called Thompson House.
Students in the Windham Regional Career Center (WRCC) Robotics Program visited Vernon Elementary School on February 26 to show the students how robots work.
At the Career Center, we are always trying to provide students with chances to apply their learning to real-world scenarios.
For the past twenty years, the WRCC FBLA chapter has operated a Personalized Letter from Santa sales campaign.