Warsaw Area Career Center Work-Based Learning Banquet Held Friday

May 22, 2024 at 8:38 p.m.
Molly Kissling with Lauren Klusman, director of marketing and communications at the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce, where Kissling completed an internship in her business pathway. Photo Provided.
Molly Kissling with Lauren Klusman, director of marketing and communications at the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce, where Kissling completed an internship in her business pathway. Photo Provided.

By Melissa Kissling, Warsaw Area Career Cente

The Warsaw Area Career Center Work-Based Learning Banquet was held on Friday at The Roost.
The banquet was planned and organized by the work-based learning students to show appreciation to their employers and supervisors for a successful year of on-the-job learning.

    Work-Based Learning Positive Attitude Awards: Pictured are Corbin Johnston, Noah Van Puffelen, Claire Reichenbach, Angie Heinsman, Abigail Davis and Andrew Potter. Photo Provided.
 
 

The annual event was held for the full-year agriculture, aviation, business, engineering, healthcare and IT interns and their supervisors. The annual Work-Based Learning Banquet is planned each year by the students who publish the invitation and event program, decorate the tables, design certificates for their employers and greet at the event.
With input from the classroom instructors, employers were able to nominate students for the work-based learning programs top awards: Student of the Year, Excellence, Professional Growth and Positive Attitude.
The Warsaw Area Career Center Work-Based Learning Program partnered with the following businesses this school year: Bishop Family Farms, Blake Harris Construction, Boggs Automotive, Bowen Center, Builders Mart, Community Animal Hospital, Community Grace Brethren Church, CVS, DePuy, DreamOn, Everwise Credit Union, Grace Village Physical Therapy, HomeTown Pharmacy, Kerlin Ford, Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce, The Lab, Lake City Animal Clinic, Lakeside Chevrolet, Lutheran Kosciusko Hospital, Male Fashions, Mason’s, Medartis, Network Partners, OsteoShape, Parkview Health, Precision Medical Technologies, R&G Automotive & Truck Repair, Toyota of Warsaw, Warsaw Airport, Warsaw Community Schools, Winona IT and Zimmer Biomet.
If your local business is interested in learning more about the WACC Work-Based Learning Program, please contact Angie Heinsman at [email protected].

    Work-Based Learning Professional Growth Awards: Pictured are Milo Jones, Tyler Swartz, Luke Ford, Angie Heinsman, Alyssa Owens, Evan Owens, Cale Wise and Valentin Rodriguez-Juarez. Photo Provided.
 
 
    Work-Based Learning Excellence Awards: Pictured are Zoey Young, Camille Kazee, Angie Heinsman, Isabelle Hermann, Maggie Burkholder and Wyatt Stevens. Photo Provided.
 
 


The Warsaw Area Career Center Work-Based Learning Banquet was held on Friday at The Roost.
The banquet was planned and organized by the work-based learning students to show appreciation to their employers and supervisors for a successful year of on-the-job learning.

    Work-Based Learning Positive Attitude Awards: Pictured are Corbin Johnston, Noah Van Puffelen, Claire Reichenbach, Angie Heinsman, Abigail Davis and Andrew Potter. Photo Provided.
 
 

The annual event was held for the full-year agriculture, aviation, business, engineering, healthcare and IT interns and their supervisors. The annual Work-Based Learning Banquet is planned each year by the students who publish the invitation and event program, decorate the tables, design certificates for their employers and greet at the event.
With input from the classroom instructors, employers were able to nominate students for the work-based learning programs top awards: Student of the Year, Excellence, Professional Growth and Positive Attitude.
The Warsaw Area Career Center Work-Based Learning Program partnered with the following businesses this school year: Bishop Family Farms, Blake Harris Construction, Boggs Automotive, Bowen Center, Builders Mart, Community Animal Hospital, Community Grace Brethren Church, CVS, DePuy, DreamOn, Everwise Credit Union, Grace Village Physical Therapy, HomeTown Pharmacy, Kerlin Ford, Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce, The Lab, Lake City Animal Clinic, Lakeside Chevrolet, Lutheran Kosciusko Hospital, Male Fashions, Mason’s, Medartis, Network Partners, OsteoShape, Parkview Health, Precision Medical Technologies, R&G Automotive & Truck Repair, Toyota of Warsaw, Warsaw Airport, Warsaw Community Schools, Winona IT and Zimmer Biomet.
If your local business is interested in learning more about the WACC Work-Based Learning Program, please contact Angie Heinsman at [email protected].

    Work-Based Learning Professional Growth Awards: Pictured are Milo Jones, Tyler Swartz, Luke Ford, Angie Heinsman, Alyssa Owens, Evan Owens, Cale Wise and Valentin Rodriguez-Juarez. Photo Provided.
 
 
    Work-Based Learning Excellence Awards: Pictured are Zoey Young, Camille Kazee, Angie Heinsman, Isabelle Hermann, Maggie Burkholder and Wyatt Stevens. Photo Provided.
 
 


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