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The Hall of Fame recognizes the school’s most accomplished graduates forging their way in the trades and making a difference in the world.
LARAMIE, Wyo., January 24, 2023 (Newswire.com)
WyoTech, a leading U.S. automotive, diesel, and collision trade school, is excited to announce the unveiling of its inaugural Hall of Fame program. This special recognition program will honor the most accomplished graduates of WyoTech, showcasing their achievements and contributions to the automotive industry. Hall of Fame inductees will be honored at a ceremony at the WyoTech Laramie campus on June 2, 2023, and will continue into June 3 in conjunction with the school’s annual car show.
The WyoTech Hall of Fame will feature inductees who have significantly impacted their fields, including successful business owners, industry innovators, and standout technicians. These individuals will be chosen for their dedication to their craft and commitment to excellence, representing the best and brightest of WyoTech’s alumni.
Candidates can be nominated using the following link: WyoTech.edu/HOF
To be eligible for the WyoTech Hall of Fame, nominees:
- Must be a graduate of any WyoTech campus.
- Must be established in their career, with at least five years of work post-graduation.
A total of six members will be inducted into the first Hall of Fame class, whose names will be announced in April 2023. This event will serve as a celebration of WyoTech’s proud history and the achievements of its graduates and will be an inspiration for current and future students to strive for excellence in their careers.
This will also be an opportunity for these alumni to give back to WyoTech by participating in the following-
- Volunteer as a WyoTech Graduation Speaker.
- Volunteer as a guest teacher for a lesson or workshop for current students.
- Volunteer as a guest teacher for a lesson or workshop for WyoTech’s Summer Seminar.
“WyoTech has a rich history of graduates that have impacted not only the automotive industry but the lives of millions of people. We at WyoTech are thrilled to be able to recognize WyoTech graduates from all over the nation this June for their accomplishments and success,” said WyoTech President Jim Mathis.
WyoTech is committed to providing the best possible education and training to its students, preparing them for successful careers in the automotive industry. The WyoTech Hall of Fame is a testament to this commitment, honoring the hard work and dedication of the school’s most accomplished graduates.
For more information, please visit https://www.wyotech.edu.
WyoTech, formerly known as Wyoming Technical Institute, is a for-profit technical college founded in Laramie, Wyoming, in 1966. WyoTech provides training programs that prepare students for careers as technicians in the automotive and diesel industry with nine-month training programs that focus on hands-on experience.
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Local entrepreneur and philanthropist teams up with Fusion’s three Florida campuses to stand up against bullying.
BOCA RATON, Fla., January 24, 2023 (Newswire.com)
Businesswoman and philanthropist Claudia Bartra and Fusion Academy in Miami, Boca Raton, and Palm Beach Gardens are teaming up to prevent bullying in their schools and communities.
“We’re excited to have Claudia on board,” said Christina Seamster, Ph.D., Area Head of School. “She is a great community partner and we’re thrilled to be teaming up with her for our zero-tolerance bullying initiative.”
Bartra is actively involved in the community, notably with La Granja, her successful chain of award-winning Peruvian restaurants. Her philanthropic contributions include her work with ASPIRA, a youth organization for Latin American children, providing scholarships to students attending Palm Beach State College, and being honored for her support of children’s education both in the United States and her home country of Peru. Bartra deeply values the power of education, and her collaboration with Fusion Academy is no exception.
Founded in 1989 in Solana Beach, California, Fusion Academy has 80 campuses across the U.S., including three in Florida: Boca Raton, Miami, and its most recent addition in Palm Beach Gardens. With one-to-one classrooms and personalized instruction, Fusion Academy can center every student’s needs while providing opportunities to interact with other students. During “Homework Cafe” time, students can work on homework collaboratively, play games, and eat snacks together. A student’s five-hour day at the school is built for their needs and encourages them to be the full version of themselves. Fusion campuses operate between 7:30 A.M. and 7:30 P.M. which gives students flexible learning opportunities that best fit their schedules.
Every Fusion Academy location ensures each student experiences both academic and social-emotional core learner outcomes: being resourceful, critical thinking, self-awareness, and inclusivity.
Claudia Bartra and Fusion Academy want to confront the nationwide problem of bullying and provide a resource for students where they can feel comfortable in addressing their concerns to their parents and teachers. Bullying not only affects the students who are being bullied, but also the school community as a whole. According to a 2019 report by the National Center for Educational Statistics, nearly 20% of students in the United States aged 12-18 reported being bullied at school.
Together, Bartra and Fusion Academy created actionable goals to prevent bullying in the school community and beyond:
- Making every parent a partner in their child’s education and socio-emotional development.
- Providing holistic socio-emotional learning experiences.
- Being proactive and positive (for both teachers and students).
- Provide safe spaces and teacher mentors for each student.
- Encourage peers to come to a common resolution with openness and inquiry.
- Inspire positive change to be a more reflective person.
7. Identify individual biases and prejudices to become more self-aware and diffuse tense situations.