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St. Benedict’s Foundation Shares the Love

L’amour is in the air! While some people received a giant box of chocolates in honor of St. Valentine’s Day, the St. Benedict’s Foundation gifted the college with a generous donation of $38,054.14 to be invested in the college and its students....

Santa Was Good to Us

Our students must have been extra good, because Santa delivered at the end of the year! However, unlike other gifts, these generous scholarship donations aren’t just something given out once during the holiday season. They benefit our students month...

Board Appoints New Members

The Ogden-Weber Tech College Board of Directors approved the appointment of two new board members. Troy Bullard and Matthew Wardle will serve as representatives from the automotive and machining industry for the next four years. Troy Bullard (left above),...

Student of the Year Announced

The tech college’s Student of the Year was announced at a reception on November 19, 2014 to honor the five finalists who competed in a rigorous series of interviews, essays, and presentations. Congratulations to Garrett Chatelain from the Practical...

Tech College Launches New Safety App

Nearly 200 people attended a speech by Kristina Anderson, a survivor of the Virginia Tech shootings, to relate her harrowing experience and how she became an advocate for campus security. You could hear a pin drop as she painted a detailed picture of...

Best for Vets Yet Again

Military Times Announces the 36 Best for Vets: Career & Technical Colleges Selection focuses on financial discounts and corporate policies related to vets SPRINGFIELD, VA – Military Times today announced it’s Best for Vets: Career & Technical...

Your Support Helps Drive Success

Your Support Helps Drive the Economic Success of Utah Did you know that nearly 92 percent of the Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College’s graduates are hired in their field of study? And that tech college graduates, on average, earn 20 percent more...

$1M YouthBuild Grant Awarded

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – The U.S. Department of Labor today announced the award of $73,654,300 in YouthBuild grants to support academic and occupational skills training for at-risk youth. “YouthBuild offers thousands of young people the tools, resources...

Gold at SkillsUSA Nationals

Congratulations to Bailey Tomisin for bringing home the Gold this week from the National SkillsUSA competition held in Kansas City, Missouri. She is looking forward to competing at the World competition in August of this year. Bailey demonstrated her...

Teens Try Hand at Manufacturing Camp

OGDEN — Normally, if a teenager drove a car over hills, through deep water or across a burning bridge, there would be big trouble — but parents cheer when teens do all of that, on a small scale, at Ogden-Weber Tech College’s Manufacturing Camp....