November is Alaska Native Heritage Month. PWSC will be hosting events as the month continues.
After graduating from PWSC, Jeremy Gallman continued to work at Seed Media in Valdez. He recently worked on a music video with a Christian-worship singer, Beckah Shae.
In today’s technological world, programming classes have become a necessity for many students. We recently caught up with Ria Wildermuth, who is taking the course TECH A125: Web Database Systems, with Associate Professor of Computer Science and Information Technology Dr. Steve Johnson.
PWSC welcomes a new Assistant to the Director to the team, Casey Frahm! Casey moved to Valdez from San Fransisco Bay Area with her two cats.
Jim Pomplun moved to Valdez from Ketchikan, where he lived for 13 years before deciding that he “needed real winters”. Now, Jim works for the City of Valdez and teaches a GIS course at PWSC.
Monday is Indigenous Peoples’ Day! Join in on the state-wide events that are happening to honor this day.
The new resident assistants (RAs) Joe Kay and Rodrigo Flores are each responsible for creating an inviting, inclusive, and safe living environment at PWSC housing. Event planning, programming, and getting students involved are reasons that drew Rodrigo and Joe to become RAs. This year, event planning takes extra care given COVID-19.
Domestic Violence Awareness Month is held each October to bring out a collective voice in advocating for the end of domestic violence (DV). Alaska has a disproportionately high rate of DV when compared to the rest of the US.
Since 2003, Dane Parks has been teaching HAZWOPER classes to commercial fishermen, and he is currently working as an adjunct instructor for Tier III as well as SERVS VOO training. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the classroom.