POSITION DESCRIPTION Under the supervision of the VP and Dean of Education, the Instructor of Business and Finance is responsible for teaching the business and finance courses that support the six shop curricula, including Introduction to Business; Foremanship and Supervision; Personal Finance; and Applied Accounting. Instructional duties encompass classroom lecturing, developing and updating curriculum, conducting [...]
Since its inception, Williamson College of the Trades has been committed to providing trade programs that meet the needs of the young men it serves. As part of that commitment, two years ago the college embarked on a comprehensive assessment of our current trade programs. An overview of the extensive data collected by the college [...]
Aigars Panzer made a promise to his birth mother when she visited him in an orphanage in the Eastern European country of Latvia. Days before, he had considered running away, but now he vowed to her that he would always take care of his brothers. That commitment to his brothers endured through their adoption and [...]
Join us on Isaiah Williamson's birthday by honoring his legacy! Monday, February 3, 2020 We want to thank you for supporting Williamson College of the Trades. Your passion for helping qualified young men become respected leaders and productive members of society has truly made a difference. In an effort to further boost our mission and [...]
Tuesday, January 14, 2020 6:30PM Clara M. Schrenk Memorial Chapel in Rowan Hall As outlined by Chairman Bill Bonenberger and President Michael Rounds, this town hall is the first update of Williamson's comprehensive trade program assessment. This presentation will be an overview summary of the quantitative and qualitative data collected in the study.
Just before Christmas break, students from the Masonry, Carpentry, and Paint Shops took part in the SkillsUSA competitions in the shops, showing off their high level trade skills. In masonry, Zach Faust 2W0 came in first, Jim McGarrigle 2W1 came in second, and Bob Jones 2W0 came in third. In carpentry, Austin Lacey 2W1 came [...]
For several months, Luis Torres has been building a spiral staircase with no center support beam. The project is difficult and when he looks at it he gets a strong feeling of pride. Maybe this is because he sees the similarities between his staircase project and his own life — both are going very well [...]
Please join us for an important update. . . Trade Assessment Update Town Hall Tuesday, January 14, 2020 | 6:30PM Clara M. Schrenk Memorial Chapel in Rowan Hall Open to the public As outlined by Chairman Bill Bonenberger and President Michael Rounds, this town hall is the first update of Williamson's comprehensive trade program assessment. This [...]