Two WCC students recently completed their Work-Based Learning experience through BROC’s (Blue Ridge Opportunity Commission) Senior Nutrition Services. Lasada Howell and Victoria Jolly are both second year WCC Human Services students. While the majority of the work was completed online, Howell and Jolly were able to assist BROC staff and local businesses to collect donations for on online auction benefitting the Pet Assistance for Wilkes Senior (PAWS) program. They also planned and coordinated a successful bake sale for the program. “Congratulations to Lasada and Victoria on a successful event,” stated Beth Foster, WCC Work-Based Learning director.