Congratulations to our 2019-2020 Student Government Association & Senators!
Walla Walla Community College Information Technology Services is providing Microsoft® Office 365 to students at no extra cost. Each subscription has 5 free installs of Office 365.
Everybody eats, but not everybody cooks. Many of us abandoned our cooking careers when we outgrew making mud pies. Fortunately, many other budding cooks persisted.
Jonathan Johnson has successfully completed all 8 ASE Certification tests at the new and improved WWCC Automotive Technology Program. Those tests included Brakes, Automotive Transmission Transaxle, Manual Drive Train and Axles, Engine Repair, Suspension and Steering, Electric/Electronic Systems, Heating and Air Conditioning, and Engine Performance. Upon successful completion of one-year on-the-job automotive experience, he will attain the level of ASE Master Automobile Technician. dept.wwcc.edu/auto-repair/ #Shapeyourfuture ... See MoreSee Less
22 hours ago
“New and Improved”, not quite. The program died when the instructors retired last year. This year the club ended, instruction was unclear, and when students asked for help it didn’t happen. I’ve never had issues in the program up until this year with the new leadership. I was a huge front runner last year in keeping the program alive and now I realize with the previous instructors gone, I should not have pushed so hard to keep it alive. Luckily a lot of the second year students have learned a lot from last year and some may be learning this year however when other students say the instruction is unclear or they aren’t learning very well nothing is handled. However, Jon you did a fantastic job and I knew you could do such a great thing!
Great Job Brother...
The recognition is well deserved!
Congratulations on all of your hard work!
Great job Jonathan
Not sure how your school rates against other schools in automotive and Auto Body but when I went in the 80s it was top notch !!