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  • WIU field trip worth $1,000 scholarship

    Ten Woodruff Career and Technical Center (WCTC) Criminal Justice students visited Western Illinois University (WIU) in November for an open house of its School of Law Enforcement and Justice Administration. Students attended seminars by WIU faculty and former law enforcement officers from throughout Illinois. Students learned about courses in finger printing, blood splatter, detecting deception, cyber crime tracking, accident reconstruction and K-9 investigation. Students participating in the field trip who choose to attend WIU in fall 2020 will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

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  • WCTC Salon & Barbershop accepting clients

    The WCTC Salon and Barbershop is open to the public offering styling for men, women and children; manicures and pedicures; waxing and hairbraiding. All work is done by students. No appointments necessary -- walk-ins are welcome!

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  • Peoria Magazine features WCTC Culinary Arts program

    Peoria Magazine's October issue -- The Restaurant Life -- focuses on food and dining including a three-page article on the Woodruff Career and Technical Center (WCTC) Culinary Arts program.

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  • Construction students' work featured in Journal Star

    Woodruff Career and Technical Center (WCTC) Construction Trade students recently built Little Free Libraries which are installed at every Peoria Public School building with kindergarten - 4th grade classrooms. Members of the public can fill the sturdy containers with children's books. The effort is part of the district's focus on helping every student read at grade level by grade 3, a significant indicator of academic success and high school graduation.

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  • Deep dive into study of water company jobs

    Between the retirement of baby boomers and public investment in deteriorating infrastructure, jobs at public utility companies like Illinois American Water (IAW) will be plentiful in coming decades. Nationwide, about 70 percent of the municipal water company workforce is approaching retirement. Last week, a dozen Woodruff Career and Technical Center (WCTC) construction trade seniors toured IAW facilities to learn more about the skills necessary to qualify for internships and entry level positions at municipal water companies and the process to apply.

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  • RHS Presentation

    What do you want to be when you grow up?

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  • Warrior Way Cafe

    The Cafe will be closed April 19th, It will reopen on April 26th.

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