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.
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.
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.
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
At the Career Center, we are always trying to provide students with chances to apply their learning to real-world scenarios.
Brian is the Vice President & Secretary of A.L. Tyler and Sons, a Brattleboro-based mechanical and electrical contracting company started by his grandfather in 1946.
Bailey moved to Vermont from Indianapolis when he was just three years old.
Chris grew up in Brattleboro where his family owns and operates Burrows Specialized Sports on Main Street.
Next week will be the start of a new semester at the Career Center. This means many new students will be entering the Career Center for the first time.
For the past twenty years, the WRCC FBLA chapter has operated a Personalized Letter from Santa sales campaign.
Students in the dance program at the Windham Regional Career Center are trying to raise money to attend the Regional High School Dance Festival in Norfolk, Virginia.
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