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2016
Here is a current list of Events and Activities in and around the WTC College, please check back to see updates.
June
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Robotics Day Camp for Students Grades 6, 7, & 8
Robotics Day Camp for Students Entering Grades 6-8. Learn to build, program, and operate simple robots while participating in fun challenges. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

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Robotics Day Camp for Students Grades 6, 7, & 8
Robotics Day Camp for Students Entering Grades 6-8. Learn to build, program, and operate simple robots while participating in fun challenges. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

8

Robotics Day Camp for Students Grades 6, 7, & 8
Robotics Day Camp for Students Entering Grades 6-8. Learn to build, program, and operate simple robots while participating in fun challenges. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

9

Robotics Day Camp for Students Grades 6, 7, & 8
Robotics Day Camp for Students Entering Grades 6-8. Learn to build, program, and operate simple robots while participating in fun challenges. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

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Robotics Day Camp for Students Grades 6, 7, & 8
Robotics Day Camp for Students Entering Grades 6-8. Learn to build, program, and operate simple robots while participating in fun challenges. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

14

Robotics Day Camp for Students Grades 6, 7, & 8
Robotics Day Camp for Students Entering Grades 6-8. Learn to build, program, and operate simple robots while participating in fun challenges. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

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Robotics Day Camp for Students Grades 6, 7, & 8
Robotics Day Camp for Students Entering Grades 6-8. Learn to build, program, and operate simple robots while participating in fun challenges. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

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Robotics Day Camp for Students Grades 6, 7, & 8
Robotics Day Camp for Students Entering Grades 6-8. Learn to build, program, and operate simple robots while participating in fun challenges. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

20

STEM Day Camp for Girls Grades 6-8
Students will engage in hands-on activities and projects in STEM areas including simple robotics. Participants will show off what they have learned during a completion celebration. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

21

STEM Day Camp for Girls Grades 6-8
Students will engage in hands-on activities and projects in STEM areas including simple robotics. Participants will show off what they have learned during a completion celebration. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

22

STEM Day Camp for Girls Grades 6-8
Students will engage in hands-on activities and projects in STEM areas including simple robotics. Participants will show off what they have learned during a completion celebration. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

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STEM Day Camp for Girls Grades 6-8
Students will engage in hands-on activities and projects in STEM areas including simple robotics. Participants will show off what they have learned during a completion celebration. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

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Mandatory Orientation for NEW Massage Therapy Students
A mandatory orientation session will be held for all NEW Massage Therapy students from 6:00 to 7:00 pm. This session is for students who are already registered and have paid the required deposits to attend class.

July
11

Manufacturing Day Camp for Students Grades 6-8
Students will learn about manufacturing in general and get hands-on with CAD/CAM to create a project; use a 3D printer to create their project; and observe the programming of a robotic arm. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

12

Manufacturing Day Camp for Students Grades 6-8
Students will learn about manufacturing in general and get hands-on with CAD/CAM to create a project; use a 3D printer to create their project; and observe the programming of a robotic arm. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

13

Manufacturing Day Camp for Students Grades 6-8
Students will learn about manufacturing in general and get hands-on with CAD/CAM to create a project; use a 3D printer to create their project; and observe the programming of a robotic arm. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

14

Manufacturing Day Camp for Students Grades 6-8
Students will learn about manufacturing in general and get hands-on with CAD/CAM to create a project; use a 3D printer to create their project; and observe the programming of a robotic arm. Contact WTC at 352-726-2430 x4312 for more information.

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Mandatory Orientation for New Cosmetology Students
A mandatory orientation session for NEW Cosmetology students will be held in the Cosmetology classroom in Building 200. For more information, contact WTC at 726-2430 ext. 4326.

Success Stories
What's Your Story?
Desiree Harmon

Desiree Harmon graduated from WTC’s Industrial Maintenance and Machinery Repair (IMMR) program in May 2014 and started working for CEMEX June 5th of that same year. Because of her experience and education, she started out as a Class B Maintenance Mechanic and quickly moved up to the position of Preventive Maintenance Mechanic. Desiree is now a Maintenance Planner for CEMEX, focusing on outage work and special projects. In addition, she provides equipment task training to contractors including man lifts and forklifts. Her roles include mechanical contractor supervisor as well as an on-call plant maintenance supervisor.

The Training You Need for the Career You Want: All in a Year

Why Choose WTC?

WTC offers hands-on, workplace-based training in state-of-the-art facilities with up-to-date high tech equipment.
Reasonable tuition provides great value to the student. You will graduate with a career, not debt.
Program hours earned for completed courses of study are eligible for conversion to college credits through one of our many college articulation agreements.
Financial aid is available to those who qualify. WTC also accepts Florida Pre-Paid and various scholarships including Bright Futures.

  • WTC enjoys support from local business and industry - local employers hire many of our graduates.
  • The curriculum is designed to prepare students for industry certifications and licensure exams.
Time for Something New, a Career in a Year at WTC

Many industry certification exams can be taken in our on-site Assessment Center. WTC is fully accredited through the Council on Occupational Education.

Most programs at WTC can be completed in one school year.

Please call us at 352-726-2430 extension 4326. Our counselors are available to assist you. Our instructors are eager to help you achieve your career goals.

 

FREE! WTC Robotics, STEM, and Manufacturing Summer Camps for Middle School Students!

 

These FREE Robotics, STEM, and Manufacturing Summer Camps in Citrus County offer participants the opportunity to work in teams and master robotic challenges, perform hands-on activities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, and experience the world of manufacturing through the use of technology. These fun and interesting camps encourage creativity, imagination, ingenuity, and thinking “outside the box”.  No need to have previous experience in manufacturing, STEM or programming robots – just an interest in learning! The camps are for rising middle school students (those entering grades 6, 7, and 8 next school year).

 

For more information, call WTC at 352-726-2430 ext. 4312 or click here for a flyer!

Citrus County Public Safety Training Center

Located at the Withlacoochee Technical College in Inverness, Florida, the Citrus County Public Safety Training Center currently offers training in careers in Law Enforcement and Corrections as well as Advanced Training courses for Criminal Justice professionals. All of our programs offer the highest level of academic and practical preparedness for active professionals and anyone interested in starting a new career.

WTC mechanical courses

Community Education

WTC offers many courses that can provide job-skill training, start a new career, and that meet your special interests and hobbies. The offerings change from semester to semester, so check on course availability for opportunities under our Community Education tab above.