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January  16, 2014

Lake Washington Institute of Technology's Annual Open House, March 6, 2014

Contact: Franclyn Heinecke, APR, LWTech Public Information Office, 435.739.8236; Jaime Sterio, LWTech Outreach Specialist, 425.739.8231

Open House Flier

From testing games created by Digital Gaming students to touring our state of the art Funeral Services Education labs, there will be plenty to do at Lake Washington Institute of Technology's annual Open House, March 6th from 4:00 to 7:00 PM at the Kirkland campus, 11605 132nd Avenue NE, 98011. This is the time to visit classrooms and meet faculty, as well as:

  • Taste award-winning creations from Culinary & Baking Arts students

  • Get your vitals checked by Medical Assisting students

  • View hot rods and artwork in Automotive Collision

  • Discover the many clubs, services and programs for students

  • Attend a session about how to pay for college

  • Learn how high school students can attend college for free

  • Sign up to win such prizes as a Nintendo 3DS and LWTech swag

  • Visitors 21 or older can participate in a wine tasting and learn about the Wine Education program

  • Get 20% off logo items in the bookstore

More than 40 professional and technical programs leading to high-demand careers await your discovery in business, manufacturing, multimedia design, healthcare, transportation, information technology, engineering technology, culinary, bachelor degrees and more! Whether you're looking to continue your education, learn a new skill, train for a whole new career, learn about transfer opportunities, or just curious about us, come experience what Lake Washington Institute of Technology has for your future.

For more information contact LWTech's Outreach Specialist Jaime Sterio at 425.739.8231 or visit our website.

About LWTech

Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) is a broad-based technical institute providing education in more than 40 areas of study and offering pathways to certificates, associate degrees and a baccalaureate degree designed to give students the latest cutting edge skills relevant to today's workplace. Founded in 1949, LWTech offers hands-on, real-world training in manufacturing, transportation, energy, business, allied health, engineering, computer and information systems, food and hospitality, and health and fitness. For information and news about LWTech programs, please visit our Pressroom.