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.
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. The Highly Qualified math and science instructors are available to provide extra help and instruction. The Center is also serves as a resource hub for performing research, career exploration and planning, resume and portfolio development, assessments, and interest inventories.
The Center now offers Plato Learning, a web-based instructional solution set up to help high school and adult students advance in their academic skills. The program includes seven courses that are aligned with Oklahoma's state curriculum assessment standards and offers Algebra I, Algebra II, Biology, English II, and English III, Geometry and U.S. History.
The Center also provides Compass Testing, Compass/ACT Preparation, Learning Styles Inventory, KeyTrain/WorkKeys job skills assessment, Career Ability Testing, and the Oklahoma Career and Information System (OkCIS) to help students advance their academic skills.
Requirements: You must be a resident of Oklahoma and maintain good attendance in the class.
There is no tuition for the class and there is no set class length. Students work at their own pace. The class meets on Mondays, 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.