As of 7/1/21 students under the age of 18 will no longer need to secure a work permit from Walker Career Center. Employers will register employees directly in the new Youth Employment System. For more information visit..https://www.in.gov/dol/youthemployment.htm
Thanks to all the employers from the Manufacturing Industry who came to our Manufacturing Career Day! Students from our Welding, Precision Machining and Engineering programs were thrilled to see all the employment opportunities that await them after graduation.
Business Students are learning about Economics and Trade by playing the popular game of Monopoly.
Advanced Nutrition and Wellness students have been practicing knife skills by making an apple dessert!
Last week, over 160 individuals were served during the Housing Assistance Workshops hosted by Moorhead Community Resource Center, alongside community partners. If you or someone you know is in need of housing assistance, please reach out to the Moorhead Community Resource Center at (317)532-3854. #WarrenWill invest in relationships with families and the community!
We're proud to host the first of two clinics for flu shots, immunizations required for school-age children, and COVID-19 vaccines (age 12+) tomorrow, 9/29 from 4-7 p.m., at Moorhead Community Resource Center. Learn more at https://warren.k12.in.us/article/539085
Manufacturing Career Day will be held at Walker Career Center on Wednesday afternoon! Signed field trip permission forms are due today for students in morning Welding, Precision Machining, and Engineering classes.
Students in our Architecture class work on building housing blueprints.
Health Science has a great activity. They are simulating communication barriers while building a tower.
Hutch, an Auto Services student, works part-time at Capitol City Ford. He says his work-based learning experience has already helped him learn how to fix basic problems on vehicles.
Click to see what our students in Precision Machining made today on their new Prototrak KMX machine! Follow @wcc_machine_shop on Instagram to show your support as they continue to learn the ins and outs of this industry! #WarrenWill
Mrs. Lawson’s Health Science One class is learning how to interview. It’s a skill that is needed in all fields!
Education Professions students had the opportunity to learn about how to assist students who are blind or visually impaired from Mrs. Romano.
Kyle, an Auto Services student, spends half of his school day working and learning at Christian Brothers Automotive. His supervisors are impressed with his strong work ethic.
Students in our Construction Trades program are taking full advantage of the beautiful weather to make progress on the house. We can’t wait to see the finished product in the spring!
Fashion and Textiles students this week are demonstrating three hand sewing techniques by creating their own felt monsters!
Mrs. Williams is being interviewed by WEDM radio for “Rock the Street”. It’s a program focused on exposing young women/those that identify as female to finance and related businesses.
Katia, a Walker Career Center Dental 2 student, enjoys her externship at Pritchett Orthodontics, where she gets hands-on experience and training.
Students in our Collision Repair program have been showing off their artistic ability and honing their painting skills on bowling pins.
Join us at HomeFest this Friday from 4-7 p.m. at WCHS for the Fun Run (Grades PreK-8), carnival, vendors, kickball, food trucks, parade, and fun! Learn more at https://warren.k12.in.us/article/507945