Jason Selwitz

I am looking forward to a few key milestones for the WWCC Plant Operations program:

  • At the end of January, we will host the first advisory board meeting for our Plant Operations-Mechanic program. We have pulled together Clarkston, WA and Lewiston, ID based business leaders from pulp and paper, public works, forest product, and manufacturing operations to participate.
  • For summer, we will help place up to 10 students in internships (mostly in WA and OR) with biofuel, utility, wastewater, drinking water, irrigation, solid waste management, and food processing operations.
  • By August, 14 students in the WWCC Plant Operations applied associate degree program will graduate and enter the workforce!