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 creating your own film? 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.
I was first drawn to the Career Center’s Manufacturing program as a STEM academy student. I was pleasantly surprised by how fun and interesting it was! I immediately started to learn more about my learning style and interests and what specific profession I want to pursue. I have definitely grown through the first year program […]
I initially joined the Career Center’s Manufacturing program because it was a STEM academy engineering class requirement. After just a couple of weeks I learned I really like manufacturing and loved the class. At the Career Center I learned not to doubt myself and to have confidence when doing something. I have been able to […]
Construction & Architecture
I was drawn to the Career Center Construction program for the chance to gain training and education that takes a different approach from my high school classes. I struggled in traditional classes and I have found in my Career Center program that I can learn better due to a different pace and new way of […]
During my freshman year I remember reading a flyer which said “sign up for Human Body Systems” From that flyer on, I have made it a priority to enroll in all of the excellent health classes offered through the Career Center. I have learned a great deal about myself and continue to learn. I owe […]