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On January 31st, Health Science Career/Pre-Nursing students will be volunteering at the Christian Aid Center, making dinner and serving those in Walla Walla who are in need of a hot meal.
We are excited to announce that SEATech is currently developing a Criminal Justice Program, to become available in the Spring of 2018. The new program for local high schoolers will afford yet another fantastic opportunity for students to advance their technical skills, in order to prepare them for the workforce. Keep an eye out for additional details in the coming weeks.
Finals will be held on Friday, January 26th, during normally scheduled hours:
AM classes: 7:40-10:10am
PM classes: 12:20-2:50pm
The winning team of Digital Media Technology students Ruben Balderas and Aaron Page interviewed Instructor James Polson, among others, as part of their assignment in the regional competition for SkillsUSA on February 3rd. Contestants were challenged to plan, shoot and edit a short video as if it were an assignment from the SyFy channel on behalf of their 'Ghosthunters' series.
Elsewhere in the SEATech facility, Electrical Systems Technology students raced against the clock to complete a residential wiring assignment under the supervision of Instructor Eric Matson. At the end of the day, Matson and Digital Media Instructor Jeffrey Townsend made plans to take their winning students to the SkillsUSA state competition in Yakima at the end of April.
Even after the fast-paced and jam-packed day, they both said that they look forward to hosting an even bigger regional competition next year.
In the event the Walla Walla Public Schools is on a two hour weather delay, there will be no SEATech AM Session. PM Session will still run at the usual time.
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