On Friday, January 17th, Richard Hill, Workforce Development Coordinator for Advanced Atomization Technologies (AA Tech) in Clyde presented to Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering; and Power Mechanics students.
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On January 14th, Tom Redmond, Executive Vice President of RADEC Electric, Rochester, NY presented to afternoon students in Electric Trades on the career opportunities at RADEC Electric.
On Tuesday, December 17th, Wayne County Sheriff Officer, Nicholas Yates of the K-9 unit brought his partner, Noris to WTCC to visit with afternoon Animal Science and Criminal Justice students.
On December 19th, children in the WTCC preschool (Kristen Lindo and Maureen Krocke-instructional team) celebrated the holiday season. Song list included: Reindeer Hokey Pokey, 5 Little Snowmen and Freeze Dance.
Congratulations to Robert Herrmann, a senior from Palmyra-Macedon in the WTCC Power Mechanics program. Robert was chosen as the Assembly District 130 CTE nominee for the Presidential Scholars Award. New York State Assemblyman Brian Manktelow recognized Robert during a ceremony on December 12th at Palmyra-Macedon High School.
On Friday, December 6th, students from the New Vision Veterinary Assistant program, taught by Karen Lynch, toured Ortho Clinical Diagnostics in Rochester.
Computer Programming and Video Game Design afternoon students toured the Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester on November 26th.
Congratulations to WTCC students being honored at the inaugural Wayne-Finger Lakes Superintendent Award Program.
*New Vision Veterinary Assistant student, Lauren Bullard (North Rose-Wolcott High School)
*New Vision Medical Careers student, Cameron Miller (Marion)
Jason Brightful, Coordinator of Optical Systems Technology at Monroe Community College, presented to Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering students today in both the morning and afternoon sessions.
Students have earned Quarterly Quality Student (QQS) awards at the Wayne Technical and Career Center (WTCC) in the first quarter. Students have been recognized by their instructors for demonstrating exceptional skills in the following areas: Communication Skills, Personal and Workplace Behaviors, Quality Process Skills, and Specific Technical and Career Skills.