While in middle school at BAMS, Ryley was encouraged to check out enrollment in the WRCC. She did so and found herself in the manufacturing program. Ryley recognizes that her career interests lay outside of the realm of manufacturing but she says her involvement at the career center has helped her to mature, learn skills of self-direction, and gain proficiency in working through mistakes to achieve positive outcomes. She now has the confidence to move on to a college-level education. The many options at the career center are a reason for anyone considering the WRCC to enroll and take as many classes as you can.