WCC Student Panelist at National Intelligent Transportation Systems Webinar
Washtenaw Community College student Trevor Clayton was selected as a panelist for the National Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) webinar discussion held December 3. Clayton joined peers from four other community colleges throughout the nation to discuss the many transportation fields of study and potential career paths and to impart advice to interested high school students.
Enrolled in WCC’s Transportation Technology-Powertrain program, Clayton credits WCC’s transportation department, instructors, and lab equipment for fueling his passions. His goal is to build a career in automotive testing and development.
“The college is constantly staying on top of new procedures and futuristic technologies and providing students with new classes and training, such as the new automotive penetration testing class that deals with the challenges of hacking into newer technologically advanced vehicles,” said Clayton.
“It’s been a huge honor to be selected to represent the school in a national discussion panel. I’m really hoping that I can prove that our programs at WCC are at the cutting edge of the future of transportation and the industries supporting transportation technology,” he said.
You can watch the webinar at your convenience by visiting the Southeast Transportation Workforce Center Dropbox.
Story written by Fran LeFort