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September 23 - Fire Drill
SEATech Health Sciences students continue to shine
SEATech Health Sciences students volunteered to work at the Christian Aid Center this week. The students made a spaghetti dinner and served over 90 for dinner. Tuesday, SEATech Health Sciences students hosted an all day competition. Students competed in activities aimed to help them be successful in the state written exam and performed skills with second year nursing students from Walla Walla Community College.
“I am so impressed with these students,” said Instructor Sandy Thomas, RN. “It is a great group of students with dedication and enthusiasm.”
Friday, October 26, 2018, SEATech students in Eric Matson’s Construction Technology class participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for a new Habitat for Humanity home being built on Carrie Ave. SEATech students will be involved in most all aspects of construction from start to finish.
Students in the SEATech Construction Technology course learn blueprint reading, carpentry, electrical systems, masonry and plumbing. Students also research and design both renewable and nonrenewable energy sources. Students in the program are eligible to earn college credits and/or industry certification.
Last week several Walla Walla Valley businesses and agencies participated in the Walla Walla High School Career and College Fair. These community leaders interacted with students to explain their business and discuss pathways for becoming a business owner.
College and Career Coordinator Katharine Curles organized the event. She says it’s important to link students with more business and industry leaders. This provides opportunities for students to make connections as they transition from high school to their future plans, including the military, industry, apprenticeships and college.
SEATech’s Health Career/Pre-Nursing students volunteered at the Walla Walla Christian Aid Center on January 31st, 2018. The Pre- Nursing class prepared spaghetti, salad and garlic bread. Students washed pots and pans and served at least 100 people in our community. Pre-Nursing students also enjoy getting together and serving our community. This event was one of many to come. What a great bunch of students!
Advanced Manufacturing and Welding Technology students posing by one of the benches that they built. After being powder-coated this bench will be going to its new home at Wa-Hi.
On February 26th and 27th the Regional SkillsUSA Competition was held at SEATech. The results are:
1. Rojelio Saldana (SEATech)
2. Thomas House (SEATech)
3. Kendall Randleas (SEATech)
4. Erika Key (SEATech)
1. Amin Acevedo (SEATech)
2. Simon Derby (SEATech)
3. Nathan Hays (SEATech)
1. Claire McDevitt (WWHS)
2. Sabryna D Horton (WWHS)
3. Luke Druffel (WWHS)
4. Michael R Whitney (WWHS)
Digital Cinema Production
1. Jacob Chlipala, Kyla Gonzalez (SEATech)
2. James Cole, Conner Parish (Pullman HS)
3. Gracie Nelson, Joel Shaw (SEATech)
The top three in Electrical, Construction and Digital Cinema Production, plus all four who placed in Engineering, will be heading on to the State Competition held later this Spring.
On February 23rd Latino students interested in STEM studies and their parents will travel to WSU to attend a day-long Latino Student Parent Conference. There is still room to register for this great opportunity.
The conference is sponsored by the Society of Latino Engineers and Scientists for the purpose of providing Latino parents and their families with higher education awareness and guidance in the college system. The conference includes hands-on workshops, tours of Science, Engineering, Technology and Math degree programs, and a tour of Schweitzer Engineering Lab. All meals and transportation will be provided. The conference is especially helpful for Spanish speaking families as the conference will be held primarily in Spanish.
Contact Claircy Clizer at 509-526-2007 or email@example.com for more information and registration details.
SEATech’s Audio & Video Production students are eager to serve Walla Walla area clients with a new capability: a multi-camera live streaming and recording service.
From non-profits who want to share their annual fundraising event with non-local donors, to special live-music events, to meet-and-greets with city officials, SEATech’s filmmaking program can finally start saying “yes” to the frequent requests for a solution.
Taking advantage of cutting-edge wireless technology, the students can put their camera-operating skills to use with a much-needed service to the community with relative ease.
Look for an official announcement with all the details!
SEATech Skills Center
525 Campus Loop
Walla Walla, WA 99362
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