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Walker Career Center Weekly Update - December 18, 2020

Did you say Industrial Drive is now a Winter Wonderland?

Have you ever walked down Industrial Drive and asked yourself, "I wonder what this Industrial Hallway would look like as a Winter Wonderland?" No? Me neither. Thankfully, our amazing Student Council team at Warren Central had this vision and was able to make it happen. Through this transformation, Warren was able to host MLT Outreach and other community partners for a holiday toy and food distribution event, serving over 2,000 children and families in the Indianapolis community last Saturday.

It was great to see the WCC family step up to assist WCHS StuCo sponsors and students! Special thank you to the guys in Industrial Drive for offering up your space and the ladies in Cosmetology for volunteering during the toy distribution.

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Auto Collision is Shining Bright

The Auto Collision team spent the last few weeks learning how to fade and stripe items to help all of the muscle car lovers out there. In addition, they continue to learn about the inner workings of the car as they cut up one of our old scrap cars. Not to mention, it turns out Mr. Ross is a huge cat lover and has adopted one of the new kittens from our back lot, Walker. Seems like a pretty impressive first semester for Mr. Ross, we are lucky to have him on our team!

The Annual Mannequin Challenge

The Cosmetology team is doing an impressive job trying to keep the annual Mannequin Challenge alive, even without the annual College and Career Fest where the contest is traditionally held. We are looking forward to seeing all of the entrants in January when the voting begins!

Using Code to Draw Up a Winter Wonderland

The Computer Science I students are taking advantage of their new coding skills to develop a winter scene for their final project.

Work Based Learning Newsletter

I am excited to announce the freshest of Newsletters coming out of the Walker Career Center. Mrs. Criswell, our Work Based Learning Coordinator, has started a newsletter where she highlights some of our partnerships with local businesses, student internships, and highlight some alumni from Walker Career Center. If you are interested in learning more about our Work Based Learning program, please reach out to

Best of Luck Mr. Whitehair!

The Walker Career Center family is losing a team member at the start of next semester as Mr. Whitehair is stepping down as General Manager of WEDM and our Radio I and II program instructor. Mr. Whitehair has been with WEDM for 8 years, with 7 of those being as Program Manager/ Instructor. Mr. Whitehair has done an amazing job with WEDM these past 8 years and we look forward to following his successes in the future, best of luck Mr. Whitehair!
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WCC Certification Programs to Remain In-Person 2nd Semester

As we start the 2nd semester on January 4th, I wanted to remind families that Walker Career Center has been granted permission to continue operating all of its 2-4 hour programs under the current hybrid structure. Students will attend in person instruction based upon their last name. Students with the last name A-K will attend in-person Mondays and Wednesdays. Students with the last names L-Z will attend Tuesday and Thursdays. Friday’s will alternate with A-K attending Friday January 8th.

Safety precautions will remain in place across our campus, so we expect no interruptions in programming as we move through the spring semester.

Programs that will remain open include levels I and II of the following:


Auto Collision

Auto Service

Construction Trades


Criminal Justice

Culinary Arts


Early Childhood

Education Professions

Fashion Careers

Health Science

Precision Machine




Happy Holidays from the WCC Family!

We would like to take a moment to wish everyone a wonderful holiday season and a safe and relaxing New Year........ we will see you next in 2021!
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