WACC WBL Co-Op student, Ana, is currently employed at the Otis R. Bowen Center. She is preparing for her future career in the mental health field. Her supervisor, Jennifer Hatcher, stated that Ana is "part of my team. She has been trained in all areas because that is what we need her to do." She was quick to state how proud she is about Ana's progress this year in the WBL Co-Op program. Ana stated that her job is providing valuable experience for her future because she is learning the "behind the scenes" work, including paperwork and procedures. She plans to pursue a career in the mental health field at Grace College, beginning in the fall of 2015. We're proud of Ana, and we're thankful to Bowen Center for providing the great experience!
Blue Apron Culinary students invited residents from Millers Merry Manor to join them for Cheesecake and Memories. The students interviewed residents after serving cheesecake and asked questions that included Holiday traditions, how/where food was purchased, how far they traveled to dine out, favorite restaurants, (Flagpole was a consensus,) life cycle nutrition, fast food restaurants, and many more. Jerusha, an Advanced Culinary Arts student organized the visit.Continue reading