Jeremiah Johnson has been the Computer & Networking Technology instructor at WCTC since 2012. He is a graduate of Kennebec Valley Community College with an AAS in Applied Electronics & Computer Technology, and currently pursuing his Bachelors in Computer Forensics & Digital Investigations at Champlain College.
Frannie Conlon joined the WCTC family in 2018. Ms Conlon started with WCTC last year as a substitute teacher. Ms. Conlon is Registered Nurse with twenty-five years in the acute care setting. She received her nursing degree from Victor Valley School of Nursing in Victorville, CA. Although she is new to instructing in a classroom setting, she is well accustomed to teaching in a variety of settings and very excited about this new adventure as the CNA Instructor for WCTC.
Mark Scipione joined the WCTC family in 2005. Mark worked as a Diesel technician for BFI Browning Ferris Industries in Massachusetts for 16 years. Mark performed various duties including preventative maintenance, road repairs and was also the second shift foreman.
Kevin McKenney is joining the WCTC family this year 2019 as the Welding and Fabrication Instructor. Mr. McKenney has 17 years of welding experience, and he became AWS Certified in 2003. He attended Mid-Maine Technical Center for Precision Machining, and later, Eastern Maine Community College. Mr. McKenney graduated from EMCC with 2 Associate’s Degrees: Welding Technology, and Pipe Fabrication, respectively.
Gil Russell joined the WCTC family in 2004. Mr Russell first came to Waldo County Technical Center in 1978 as a student. After completing the course at WCTC, Mr. Russell spent 27 years in the Auto Collision field and is now back teaching the Auto Collision/Composites program at WCTC.
Rich Benedict joined the Waldo County Technical Center in August 2017.
Mr. Benedict is a graduate of Henry Abbott Regional Vocational Technical School in Connecticut, from their four year Carpentry program. He moved to Maine in 2004 to attend Unity College, and is now happy to call Maine home. He has been in the Carpentry trade for almost 25 years in the fine woodworking/cabinetry side of the industry. His interests outside of teaching include gardening, cooking, and spending time with his family.
Lacey Breems joined the WCTC family in August 2017.
Lacey Breems grew up in Winslow, Maine, graduating from Winslow High School in 2001. She attended the University of Maine Farmington where she earned a Bachelor's of Science degree in Elementary Education with a Concentration in Mathematics. While attending college, she substitute taught in Winslow, covering both regular and special education in all grades from K-12.
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