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.
Lassie Henry joined the WCTC family in 2007. Mrs. Henry started at the tech center as an Ed Tech in the Strive program. In 2015 Mrs. Henry became the instructor in the Strive and ESP program.
Mrs. Henry has an Associates Degree in Business, and obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts from University of Maine in 2014.
Joya Maynard joined the WCTC family in 2015. She has 16 years of school finance experience and an Associates Degree in Accounting. Financial needs/requirements are always changing in education whether it be local or state. She enjoys the every day challenges which helps make dealing with numbers never boring !
Jon Cox joined the Waldo County Technical Center in August 2017.
Junior Turner joined the Waldo County Technical Center in July 2017. He has approximately 20 years experience in school building maintenance from RSU#3 and RSU#20. Junior enjoys camping and stock car racing.
Kevin Michaud joined the WCTC family in 2015. In one capacity or another, Mr. Kevin A. Michaud (KAM) has been in the field of education for nearly 30 years. Needless to say, he truly enjoys working with students and staff members, and is VERY happy to be here at WCTC!
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 program at 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.