Megan Chase enrolled in the millwright program because she is interested in learning a hands-on trade and it worked with her schedule and timeline.
Beth Swaby is a teacher enrolled in the Alaska Tech Learners program, an online program designed to teach high-school teachers coursework within the field of e-commerce.
Cecil Hawley grew up in Kivalina, a village in Northwest Alaska. He moved to Valdez to attend PWSC and he is a student in the millwright program.
Choosing Prince William Sound College (PWSC) was easy for Chad Gibbons. Born and raised in Alaska and living in Valdez, he knew the local college was a great fit for him.
Catching up with Mo Radotich is not easy. As the Assistant to the Director of Administrative Services at PWSC and President of the Valdez Arts Council, she is always on the go. We recently had the opportunity to talk with her and learn more about her and her community involvement.
Mike Bowden, recently rejoined PWSC as a Construction Academy instructor. He is an Alaska State Certified Specialty Contractor with over 25 years of experience in the industry.
Prince William Sound College is offering grants of up to $8,000 to eligible students to attend the Alaska Tech Scholars Semester.
As a truck driver and office worker, Aaron Riggins has been looking for opportunities to further his education. Recently when a friend told him about the PWSC millwright program he knew he wanted to find out more about it.
Join the PWSC Archery Club on Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Abigail Sims' passion for acting, for performing live, helped her choose PWSC to start her college education. She recently starred in the college's productions of “As You Like It” and “If…” and participated in the Valdez Last Frontier Theatre Conference.