WVC electronics program receives Career Launch endorsement
September 13, 2023
Yuritzi Lozano, WVC dean of allied health and professional technical programs, email@example.com, 509-682-6614
Jennifer Korfiatis, WVC interim public information officer, 509-682-6436
The Industrial Technology – Electronics program at Wenatchee Valley College has received a Career Launch endorsement.
According to the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges, “Career Launch endorsement demonstrates a career-oriented program meets specific, rigorous requirements that ensure students complete with strong academic knowledge and workplace-ready skills.”
“We are happy to have our program recognized by Career Launch,” said Yuritzi Lozano, WVC dean of allied health and professional technical programs. “This endorsement identifies our program as one that is focused on preparing students for a competitive workforce.”
Five other WVC programs have received the endorsement, including environmental systems and refrigeration technology (ESRT), automotive technology, drafting, engineering technology and machining.
The WVC Industrial Technology – Electronics program offers a year-long Electronics Technician Certificate of Completion and a two-year Associate of Technical Science Degree in. This program provides training for maintenance electricians and electronics technicians within industrial facilities It also provides advanced-level training and skill improvement for plant electricians and other employees seeking to improve their work classification within their company. Learn more at wvc.edu/Electronics.
Career Launch operated by Career Connect Washington. Established by the e Workforce Education Investment Act, in May 2019, the Career Connect Washington system is a network of business, labor, education, and community leaders who are creating work-based and academic programs for young people to explore, learn, and earn money or college level credit. Learn more at careerconnectwa.org.
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