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Information and resources about the WVC Aerospace and Electronics program.
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The WVC Web page for Aerospace Electronics (An Air Washington* program) includes descriptions of the program and outlines of the course sequence.
 
 
CURRENT STUDENTS: be sure to keep checking your WVC student email account, at least once weekly. If you need help, get the information on the WVC Web here.
 
QUARTERLY ADVISING handouts with your quarterly schedule will be located in the "Student Resources" document library. See the link on the left.
 
The Aerospace Electronics program outcomes and course outcomes are posted in the "Student Resources" document library. See the link on the left.
 
The Wenatchee library hours are:
7:30 am - 8:00 am Monday through Thursday
7:30 am - 5:00 pm Friday
10:00 am - 2:00 pm Saturday
 
WVC Tutor Center on Wenatchee campus is located on the second floor of the Library.
 
 
Wenatchee Valley College offers a tutoring service specifically for writing on Wenatchee campus. It is housed in Sexton Hall, Room 6004 and is called the Write Lab. Here is a description of their service: 
What we do is help students write better.  We do not fix anything.  We do spend quality/quantity time with individual students helping them discover how to improve their writing.  This all takes time.  We cannot be of any help to students “last minute.”
We do not usually make appointments.  The tutors take students on a first come, first served basis.  Students need to allot time for the process.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
There are a number of good resources about aerospace careers on the internet. Here are some:
I am Washington video on advanced manufacturing careers in aerospace & marine.
Earn While You Learn an Aerospace Trade video about aerospace apprenticeships. Also has good stats about jobs.
 
 
 
 
*The Air Washington Project is a consortium of eleven of the state's community and technical colleges which have the benefit of a $20M Department of Labor grant and the shared goal of increasing the aviation-related skills of Washington's workforce and businesses. By fall of 2014, Air Washington campuses will train more than 2,600 workers in advanced manufacturing/composites, electronics/avionics, aircraft assembly, and aircraft maintenance (pathway to FAA Airframe and Powerplant certification). For more information go to airwashington.org. Wenatchee Valley College will be participating in the aerospace electronics training of Air Washington.