Originally from East Texas, Gabe Hendrix has lived in Valdez for almost twelve years. During his time in high school, Hendrix was interested in science and enjoyed reading. Now as he begins college, he's interested in learning about himself and getting outside of his comfort zone.
Ben’s experience is vast and varied. Most recently he served as an assistant professor of the Outdoor Education Leadership and Tourism Department at Northern Vermont University. Prior to that, he taught in Taiwan for more than 20 years. He has a deep connection to Asia and the outdoor program he helped build over his 20-year tenure there. Rush has recently returned to Alaska and to what he considers his dream job…and he definitely lives what he teaches.
Over the summer, Megan Gunderson joined Prince William Sound College as an information technology specialist. Megan has a wealth of knowledge and experience with both teaching and technology. She is an excellent addition to PWSC!
Kaela has had a busy summer as an intern for the BLM. From helping with administrative duties to assisting with youth camp outdoor activities, she has done a little bit of everything and has learned a lot throughout her experience.
The University of Alaska is currently dealing with challenges due to the governor’s budget. There have been multiple conflicting reports about how this will affect Prince William Sound College. There are still many unknowns, but here are some important clarifications.
PWSC alumni Daniel-Charles Rewis recently graduated from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Daniel hopes to continue his education and pursue a law degree so that he can one day practice as an attorney. For Daniel, PWSC was just the beginning, the first step forward toward his goals.
Phylicia is graduating this August from Prince William Sound College (PWSC) with an Associate of Arts in General Studies and will continue her education at University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) where she plans to pursue a degree in electrical engineering.
Yosselyn started her college education in 2005, but it was postponed due to life circumstances. In 2017, she decided to go back to school and this May she graduated with her Associate of Arts.
Kaela Gaylord is spending her summer as a Prince William Sound College (PWSC) intern with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Wrangell Institute for Science and Environment (WISE)
PWSC is building a tiny home and is inviting anyone in the community to join us!