The National Science Foundation has awarded Prince William Sound College (PWSC) a $600,000 three-year grant to support the Alaska Tech Learners project.
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.
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.
BLM Media Intern Jeremy Gallman and BLM Lands Realty Intern Alisa Heller provided support and safety to a dozen teens during last month’s Geology Youth Camp.
Wendy Goldstein received UAA's Staff Recognition Award. She is honored in the areas of Above and Beyond and Good Ambassador.
Beginning this fall, the University of Alaska will offer a 25 percent tuition discount on selected career and technical education (CTE) courses. For the upcoming fall semester, this discount will apply to Millwright I, II, and III, as well as Medical Terminology.
Since 1998, Prince William Sound College has assisted Alyeska Pipeline Service Company in conducting annual oil spill response training under the Ship Escort/Response Vessel System (SERVS) Fishing Vessel Program by providing instructors and logistical support.