WWTC Student Services is designed to assist students and prospective students with all phases of their educational journey.
Guidance and Advisement
The WWTC Guidance and Advisement Team is eager to assist you with your career planning needs. Guiding and Advisement services are available to all students throughout the year and include:
- A certified school Guidance Counselor
- A customer-friendly Student Services staff
- An Assessment Coordinator
- An experienced Financial Aid Officer
- An internal Career Advisor
- A career Advisor/Recruiter
Students are encouraged to make an appointment in Student Services.
WWTC works cooperatively with our eight partner schools through a Carl Perkins Co-Op. Our Career Adviser assists students in developing their educational and career goals, beginning in the 8th grade. Students are given assessments to determine their apititude, career interst and work values. These assesments are meaningful regardless of whether they are planning to attend college, attend a career tech center, join the military, or go directly to work after graduation.
The ultimate goal of the WWTC Literacy Team is to have all students reading and comprehending on grade level. In creating a balanced and effective literacy program, students will be assessed regularly throughout the process to guide all aspects of the intervention program. Highly effective teachers will be assigned to work with each student to build his or her literacy skills.
Career Advancement Center
The Career Advancement Center is a place where all students have the opportunity to receive extra help to advance reading, writing, technology, communication, and math skills.
WWTC offers General Education Development (GED) classes for individuals who did not complete high school and would like to obtain a GED certificate.