EDUCATION

West-MEC begins podcast from 'Generation Orange'

Posted 3/25/21

The Western Maricopa Education Center communications team recently announced its new district-centric podcast, “Generation Orange.”

West-MEC is a public career technical education …

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EDUCATION

West-MEC begins podcast from 'Generation Orange'

Phoenix Vice Mayor Betty Guardado and West-MEC Superintendent Greg Donovan smile after West-MEC was given the West Valley Regional Advancement Award Oct. 22. Guardado nominated the career technical education district, which has a campus in Surprise.
Phoenix Vice Mayor Betty Guardado and West-MEC Superintendent Greg Donovan smile after West-MEC was given the West Valley Regional Advancement Award Oct. 22. Guardado nominated the career technical education district, which has a campus in Surprise.
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The Western Maricopa Education Center communications team recently announced its new district-centric podcast, “Generation Orange.”

West-MEC is a public career technical education district in the north and west regions of Maricopa County. The aim of the podcast, which published its first episode March 12, will be to inform those interested in career and technical education about the interesting and inspiring people in and around the district.

“Generation Orange” will feature regular interviews with staff, industry partners, alumni and more, giving listeners a variety of choices and people to hear from. In Episode 1, West-MEC communications specialist Eric Newman sat down with Superintendent Greg Donovan to speak about his career and vision for the district.

Those interested in listening to “Generation Orange” can visit the West-MEC Soundcloud page here, where West-MEC will host all of its podcast audio.

West-MEC CTE programs provide students opportunities to earn college credit and industry credentials. West-MEC serves more than 37,000 students from 48 high schools, across 3,600 square miles in the northern and western cities of the Valley.

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