David Marstall of Topeka, who is a student in Washburn Tech’s auto
collision repair program and a member of the Marine Corps Reserve, is
the recipient of two grants given by industry. He is a winner of the 3M
Hire Our Heroes grant, as well as an Alcoa Aluminum Repair Training
Marstall is among 59 winners nationwide to receive a Hire our Heroes
grant of $2,500 to purchase tools and equipment needed to start a career
Superior math skills added up to a national award for Tanya Twombly, a
2013 graduate of Washburn Tech’s Practical Nursing program. The Delia
resident won a silver medal at this year’s SkillsUSA Championships held
on June 27th in Kansas City, Missouri.
Twombly finished second in the Medical Math competition, in which
contestants demonstrate their knowledge of general math concepts used in
the health care field. It’s among 98 SkillsUSAmore...
Kids, tired of the ordinary, are having a blast at Washburn Tech’s
Summer Camp. It’s designed to excite and inspire young minds as they
explore their interests and even consider future career opportunities.
Washburn Tech is hosting three different sessions in the month of June
that provide hands-on activities using high-tech equipment. Designed for
teens and pre-teens, the camp finds innovative ways to teach kids about
careers in themore...
Educators face an intense day of training at an innovative NC3 Boot Camp
on June 17th at Washburn Tech, 5724 SW Huntoon St., Topeka. It’s
designed to build their knowledge of technical career opportunities as
well as technical education available in the state.
High-tech skills are in high-demand by today’s employers. Graduates with
technical skills are often the first to be picked-up in the job market.
Educators, ready to meet themore...