Methodist Children’s Home had two students graduate from the Greater Waco Advanced Manufacturing Academy (GWAMA) on May 27. GWAMA offers workforce courses, which include robotics, electronics, design and advanced welding.
The GWAMA program provides high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to train for a particular profession. They can earn advanced workforce certificates and also have opportunities for jobs from area business after high school.
Andrew from the Boys Ranch graduated with honors and earned an Advanced Level II Certificate in welding and Forklift driving. Andrew plans on attending Texas State Technical College this fall and continue in the welding program.
Cedric from the Waco campus also earned a certificate in Welding and Forklift driving. Cedric plans to attend Tyler Junior College in the fall.