The Walker Talker

Walker Career Center weekly update - December 11, 2020

Trip Down Memory Lane

This past week, we have been blessed in The Threshold to have Vincent (Bus Driver #92) assisting us in the Culinary Arts classroom. It turns out, Vincent is a 2006 graduate of Walker Career Center where he was in our Culinary Arts program and also competed for Walker Career Center in the SkillsUSA competition. Welcome Home Vincent!
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Adding on some extra layers for the winter season!

Students in Culinary Arts assisted the WCC Office Staff this week in adding layers to our body for winter warmth as they prepared a wide variety of holiday cookies. From what I heard, they were delicious.......

House 30 Update

Thank you to Mr. Everett and his Construction Trades students for providing the office staff with a tour of the newly framed House 30.

Auto Service Tech I continues to build partnership with Tom Wood Ford

Special thank you to Tom Wood Ford for donating a 2013 Ford Focus to the Auto Service Tech program. Tom Wood has been an amazing asset to our AST program over the past few years thanks to Walker alum, Rob Jarels (Tom Wood Shop Supervisor). Students in the AST program are able to begin taking FORD certification courses that will transfer to Parkland College as part of the Ford Asset program after being sponsored by a Ford Dealership.
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Walker Career Center has been granted permission to continue operating many of its 2-4 hour programs under the current black/gold hybrid structure starting on Monday, November 30, 2020 for the foreseeable future. Please see the image below to learn more. Warren Township students will be offered transportation both to/from school on their assigned cohort day. Please be on the lookout for a call from transportation by Wednesday next week. If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Walker Career Center office at (317) 532-6150.

Please note: Any program not listed and/or any one period course offered at WCC will be fully virtual and will not meet in person.

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Virtual Learning Student Expectations

As we transition to virtual learning for a large number of our traditional courses, our wonderful Academic Coaches at Warren Central have come up with some Zoom expectations and strategies to help students be successful for the remainder of the semester from home.
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