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Meet Our Students

Ashley Beach
“The dedicated and knowledgeable teachers at Wor-Wic cared about me and my success. They helped me believe in myself and encouraged me to transfer. Wor-Wic prepared me well for my studies at Salisbury University. The confidence I gained at Wor-Wic has led to my success in banking.”
Ashley Beach
Hometown: Salisbury
2005 Wor-Wic Graduate, Business
Financial Services Consultant, State Employees Credit Union
Kelly Belton
“I earned my child care certification in a short period of time at Wor-Wic. The experienced instructors offered real-life examples that I could apply on the job. Now, I’m able to handle anything that comes up at the school. I enjoy helping children grow and learn new things. Who wouldn’t love a job like this?”
Kelly Belton
Hometown: Snow Hill
Wor-Wic Continuing Education Student
Assistant Director, Snow Hill Christian Nursery School
Denise Corbin
“I wouldn't be where I am without my nursing degree from Wor-Wic. The fast-paced environment and hands-on experiences enabled me to gain the experience needed to be successful in the health care field. I've been with HealthSouth for more than 10 years. I love my career.”
Denise Corbin, RN
Hometown: Salisbury
1996 Wor-Wic Graduate, Nursing
Quality Assurance Manager at HealthSouth
Maria Curtis
“I wanted more for myself and for my family. That’s why I decided to go to Wor-Wic. The faculty and staff inspired, encouraged and challenged me. My general studies degree helped me get promoted into an administrative position. The confidence I gained at Wor-Wic motivated me to succeed in my professional career.”
Maria Curtis
Hometown: Salisbury
2010 Wor-Wic Graduate, General Studies
Title One Program Coordinator, Wicomico County Public Schools
Timothy Dickson
“After serving in Iraq, my GI Bill helped me get a fresh start at Wor-Wic. The personal attention I received in Wor-Wic’s education program helped me succeed. My credits transferred and my 4.0 GPA helped me earn scholarships to Salisbury University. As a third-grade teacher, I’m now passing along the excitement for learning that my teachers gave me.”
Timothy Dickson
Hometown: Eden
2007 Wor-Wic Graduate, Education
Third Grade Teacher, East Salisbury Elementary School
Barbara Anne Fisher
“I had the credentials and vision, but I needed help creating a business plan to support my dream. Wor-Wic's continuing education division helped me identify the key issues and strategies for success. The support I received enabled me to reach my three-year business goal within the first year!”
Barbara Anne Fisher
Hometown: Salisbury
Wor-Wic Continuing Education Student
Owner of HeartBeat of Praise
Karly Hobbs
“I’m getting a head start by earning both high school and college credits at the same time. I’m taking as many general education courses as I can now so I can focus on my major after I transfer to a four-year college next year. Wor-Wic is preparing me for that transition. It’s been a great opportunity for me.”
Karly Hobbs
Hometown: Salisbury
2008 Wor-Wic Dual Enrollment Student
Doug Howard
“I realized I needed a college degree to get a better job. He [Howard’s first instructor at Wor-Wic] made the process of going to class enjoyable for me. He got me interested in learning again, which was precisely what I needed. The community college is a great place to start, especially Wor-Wic. The quality of education was good, and I had professors there whom I'll remember longer than those at Cornell.”
Doug Howard
Hometown: Pittsville
1996 Wor-Wic Graduate, General Studies
Cornell Law School 2004 Graduate
Lawyer, Duane Morris, LLP, Baltimore
Christina Justice
“The hands-on experiences and support I received in Wor-Wic’s emergency medical services program helped me succeed and have an exciting career. The instructors shared their experiences and saw me through every class, which made a difference in helping me complete my degree. When someone’s life is on the line, I’m glad I can take the call.”
Christina Justice
Hometown: Crisfield
2010 Wor-Wic Graduate, Emergency Medical Services
Paramedic, Princess Anne Fire Department
George King
“After retiring from the Navy, I returned to the classroom to maximize my experience as an electronic technician and prepare for a second career. The computer technology program at Wor-Wic, along with my past experiences, has given me many options. It doesn’t seem like a second career. It seems like it’s just the beginning.”
George King
Hometown: Pocomoke City
2008 Wor-Wic Graduate, Computer Studies
Agency Procurement Specialist, Worcester County Health Department
Ricky McGee
“I've always enjoyed working outside with my hands, and that’s why the turf management program was a good fit for me. My internship at Ocean Resorts gave me first-hand experience in the turf industry. The instructors brought real-life experience to class and helped me develop the skills and knowledge I needed to be the greenskeeper I am today.”
Ricky McGee
Hometown: Salisbury
2011 Wor-Wic Graduate, Turf Management
Greenskeeper at Ocean Resorts Golf Club
Terrin Meiser
“I wasn't sure what I wanted after high school. I didn't want to waste time or money, so I went to Wor-Wic for my first two years. It was a great place to start. The teachers were always there to help. Now I'm at Philadelphia University majoring in fashion merchandising. I'm looking at a great future.”
Terrin Meiser
Hometown: Salisbury
2006 Wor-Wic Graduate, General Studies
Fashion Merchandising Student at Philadelphia University
Brooks Morris
“When we needed training for our officers and staff, we turned to Wor-Wic’s continuing education division. Wor-Wic brought its mobile laptop laboratory to our training facility and customized what we were looking for. The hands-on approach was convenient and the instructor really knew the subject matter and tailored it to our needs.”
Brooks Morris
Hometown: Delmar, Md.
Wor-Wic Continuing Education Student
Training Officer for the Salisbury Fire Department
Katie Nuttall
“I saved time and money by earning high school and college credits at the same time with Wor-Wic’s dual enrollment program. The experience made the transition to college easier and allowed me to focus on my major and become a dean’s list student at Salisbury University. Dual enrollment was a great opportunity for me.”
Katie Nuttall
Hometown: Eden
Former Wor-Wic Dual Enrollment Student
Charles Overholt
“Wor-Wic was a great place to start. The teachers really inspired and prepared me to take my education further. After earning my bachelor’s degree in history at Salisbury University, I was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to continue my studies in Germany. I’m a great example of how anyone can start here and go anywhere!”
Charles Overholt
Hometown: Pocomoke City
2012 Wor-Wic Graduate, General Studies
Fulbright Scholar
Jessica Pollmeier
“I was 16, not ready to leave home, and I didn't want to jump in over my head. My parents and I decided Wor-Wic would be a good place to start. The professors were local, down-to-earth, and there to teach. They want kids to do well and succeed.”
Jessica Pollmeier
Hometown: Fruitland
2005 Wor-Wic Graduate, Business
Mary Baldwin College 2007 Graduate
Assistant Manager, Ocean City Fishing Center
Sara Sabia
“The hotel-motel-restaurant management program at Wor-Wic helped me find the career path that was right for me. My student internship grew into the career I have today. Every day is a challenge as I juggle the sales needs of the Hilton Suites as well as nine other hotels in Ocean City. My associate degree opened up a new world for me.”
Sara Sabia
Hometown: Ocean City
2007 Wor-Wic Graduate, Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Management
Sales Manager at Hilton Suites
Kelley Selph
“Wor-Wic was a good choice for me after serving in the Army. The supportive environment and caring faculty helped me reach my goals. As a Wor-Wic graduate, I have built a successful career as a financial advisor at Edward Jones. As a local employer, I recognize the benefits of hiring Wor-Wic graduates and value the expertise they bring to our office.”
Kelley Selph
Hometown: Salisbury
1997 Wor-Wic Graduate, General Studies
Financial Advisor at Edward Jones
Earl Starner
“Wor-Wic helped me advance in my career with the state police. The criminal justice faculty gave me the foundation I needed to excel in law enforcement and earn the various promotions I’ve received during my career. I’ve been a police officer for more than 20 years, and my associate degree from Wor-Wic has helped me succeed.”
Lt. Earl Starner
Hometown: Salisbury
1999 Wor-Wic Graduate, Criminal Justice
Commander of the Maryland State Police Barracks, Berlin
Danny Thompson
“Wor-Wic puts education into real life for me. It's a great opportunity for any business that needs customized training for its employees. I've had personal success with Wor-Wic and I've seen businesses grow with their help. They're a real asset to our region.”
Danny Thompson
Hometown: Crisfield
1993 Wor-Wic Graduate, Accounting
Executive Director, Somerset County Economic Development Commission
William Turner
“At Wor-Wic, I had professionals teaching my classes. They brought real-world experience into the classroom. They intrigued me that much more into wanting to be in that profession. Wor-Wic is a great place to start because it exposes students to a college curriculum on a smaller scale. It doesn't create as much anxiety as going to a big college right off the bat.”
William Turner
Hometown: Salisbury
1984 Wor-Wic Graduate, Accounting
Salisbury University 1987 Graduate
Business Development Officer, Farmers Bank of Willards
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