PWSC staff interviewed CNA student alumni and Renea Mitchell to learn about how the program benefits the local community.
PWSC's Vicki Heisser interviewed alumni Kelly McLaughlin to find out where she is at now and how her summer internship with the BLM went.
During his studies at PWSC, Drew Raught completed his internship credit with Seed Media.
The National Science Foundation has awarded Prince William Sound College (PWSC) a $600,000 three-year grant to support the Alaska Tech Learners project.
Alaska Teacher Placement is holding its first ATP Advertisement Contest this fall in video, audio and print ad categories, with $10,500 in cash prizes including $2,000 for first-place winners.
PWSC's second run of the Small Unmanned Aerial Systems class, commonly known as drones, could not have had a better start.
Terrence McCabe graduated from Prince William Sound College (PWSC) in 2017 with an Occupational Endorsement Certificate in Millwright.
Earlier this month, The Bureau of Land Management - Alaska released Project Healing Waters-2018 BLM, a video, directed and edited by Prince William Sound College (PWSC) graduate and BLM media intern, Jeremy Gallman. To learn more about this, PWSC spoke with both Gallman and Tim Sundluv, Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Fish Biologist.
Learn about the new employees: Cherise Beatus, Jason Smilie, Rusen Meylani, and Dennis Ragsdale.
Over the years Prince William Sound College (PWSC) has had many Coast Guard members enroll into various degree and certificate programs. A recent graduate is Chief Paul Pliess.