Our alumni are one of our greatest assets. They consistently use their skills and talents to serve others and improve their communities. If you’ve earned an associate degree, technical diploma or certificate from WCTC, our Alumni Association is here to keep you connected to your alma mater and one another.
Here’s how you can get involved:
- Add or update your Alumni Profile.
- Refer a friend or loved one to our program offerings.
- Hire a WCTC graduate at your workplace.
- Host a student intern at your workplace through our internship program.
- Share your career and college experiences with current students by signing up as a guest speaker for a class.
- Serve on a program advisory committee.
- Attend a board meeting, commencement ceremony or other special event.
- Invigorate your career at a WCTC workshop or job fair.
- Donate to the WCTC Foundation.
Although we'd love to boast about all the ways our programs benefit our students and the community, we'll let our grads speak for themselves!
"The instructors have been phenomenal. They care about their patients and they care
about their students. They can show you the breadth of what your career can be.” – Jenna Gapinski, ’17 Nursing, ’13 Phlebotomy
“As a single mom, I chose to go back to school as a returning adult student. WCTC
offered a low-cost, fast-track education that would allow me to find a career when
I graduated. I was able to receive a well-rounded base education for my field, and
thanks to the great program, I have the career I dreamed of.” – Katie Lynn Ahles, ’16, Welder/Fabricator Apprenticeship
“The instructors are genuinely interested in the material they teach, and they are excited to give students all the knowledge and experience they have gained from their time in the field. After my first meeting with the instructor, I knew that this learning experience would not be monotonous, but instead my path to a great career.” – Doug Roblee, ’17 Automations Systems Technology
Great Things Happen at WCTC
“As I look at where my career has taken me, I can't help but think about the solid foundation WCTC provided for my future successes. WCTC allowed me the sort of hands-on learning I was looking for in a technical program, and I graduated at a time when the IT sector was booming. I was getting job offers left and right while my friends who went to four-year schools still had two years to go.”
Microcomputer Specialist, '00