Allie was working for minimum wage for 6 years before she decided it was time for her to get a “big girl job”. Now she is helping thousands of pounds of metal soar through the air at Textron Aviation. After an 18-month training program in Aviation Maintenance Technology (A&P) Allie was able to enter this typically male-dominated career and has really “taken off”. Are you ready for your “big girl job”?
My name is Kelce, and I work full-time as a Pediatric Skilled Nurse. I love my job. I make sure their medications are up to date, I help them participate in school, it’s really satisfying. I don’t think I could picture myself doing anything else. I chose to do the Shocker Pathway. WSU Tech, it’s like a bridge. With my BSN from WSU Tech I can go anywhere, I have never been happier. WSU Tech gave me the education and job that I wanted. I had to work hard, but they gave me the opportunity to succeed in my life.