The Walker Talker

Walker Career Center weekly update - September 13, 2019

Finance Academy helps prepare students for life after high school

Individuals in the Finance Academy are learning real world financial applications that will assist them throughout their life. In addition to learning the time value of money and many calculations associated with it, seniors have researched their planned career fields, found a job for after college, created a resume, filled out mock applications to obtain that desired job. After being hired, students were then able to begin a budget for purchasing a car by evaluating loan options and completed a mock loan application. Up next, students will begin looking for a place to live on their own! Students in the Finance Academy are eligible to receive dual-credits from both Purdue Fort Wayne and Indiana Kelley School of Business. If interested in learning more, please contact Jenna Burns.

Homecoming Festivities - Leadership Council

Last Friday, the Walker Career Center Leadership Council participated in the Homecoming parade at halftime of the varsity homecoming football game. The WCC Leadership Council is comprised of upperclassmen throughout various programs in the career center. Individuals in the leadership council act as the voice of our student body and represent WCC throughout the school year at several extracurricular events. Individuals looking to get involved with WCC Leadership Council should contact Leah Colville or Cassidy Handy.
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WCC Represented strong in homecoming court

The 2019 Warren Central Homecoming court was made up of 8 outstanding seniors. We are proud to say that 6 of the 8 seniors representing Warren Central are currently enrolled in Walker Career Center courses! Congratulations to William Arnold for winning homecoming King and Damiya Andrews on winning homecoming Queen. William is a three year participant in our Business program and is currently enrolled in multiple Business courses at WCC. Damiya is a four year participant in our Family and Consumer Science courses. WCC was also represented by current students, Knight Wolff, Dania Roberson, Alise Terhune, and Taylor Watters.
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Walker Career Center and Warren Central High School are excited to host the annual Career and College Fest on Wednesday, November 13 on the Warren Central campus. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to explore a wide array of post-secondary opportunities.
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Empowerment Conferences available for teens

District Strategic Plan

This fall, MSD of Warren Township will be creating a comprehensive strategic plan based on community input that will ensure all students and staff have the conditions necessary to develop and apply Journey of a Graduate (JoG) skills and dispositions. The Journey of a Graduate skills are a set of 6 skills and dispositions that have been identified by our community needed for success in and out of school. The JoG skills are Critical Thinking, Citizenship, Communication, Collaboration, Content Knowledge, and Resilience. These JoG skills will serve as the foundation of the district strategic plan.

One way the district will capture community input is through an online survey. Linked below is a short survey that will ask questions around our strengths as a district and help us identify areas for improvement.

(Click on link below to begin survey)

Strategic Planning Survey