Dean of Applied Technology, Pima Community College
Pima Community College’s TSC team is led by Mr. Greg Wilson, Dean of Applied Technology programs at Pima Community College (PCC) in Tucson, AZ. The division includes Automotive Technology, Aviation, Building and Construction, Computer-Aided Design, Electronics and Optics/Photonics, Advanced Manufacturing, and Welding programs.
Previously, he was a manager with the College’s Workforce & Business Development team where he customized training programs for GEICO, Tucson Electric Power, Raytheon, El Rio Health Center, Casino del Sol, and other corporate partners.He also managed national partnerships to offer college credit, certificates, and degrees for Fortune 500 employees in IT and construction.
Prior to joining PCC Greg was an Associate Editor/Project Manager with NCCER where he facilitated the development of commercial and industrial construction curricula with national SME teams. Greg holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religion and Sociology from the University of Virginia and a Master of Divinity from Duke University.
Joining Greg on PCC’s TSC team is Jason Bowersock, Director of Aviation at Pima Community College’s (PCC) Aviation Maintenance Technician School (AMTS).
His aviation maintenance career began in 1994 with his enlistment in the United States Air Force (USAF) as an Aerospace Propulsion Apprentice. Early his career he gained experience working both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, and in 2002 he earned his Airframe & Powerplant license from the Federal Aviation Administration.
In 2003 Jason began instructing propulsion courses at the Field Training Detachment on Davis-Monthan Air Force Base (AFB) in Tucson, Arizona. By the time he left the training detachment in 2008, in addition to his instructional responsibilities, he was also responsible for providing oversight and sustaining the production capability of 40 maintenance instructors. After leaving the detachment Jason continued his own education, and earned a Bachelor of Applied Science in Technical Management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
Jason went on to serve in varying capacities as an Aircraft Maintenance Manager on both fixed and rotary wing aircraft before retiring as a Senior Master Sergeant in 2014 at Beale AFB in Marysville, California. Upon retirement he returned to Tucson, and to teaching, as an adjunct Instructor for the PCC AMTS; and in July 2016 he earned an appointment to his current position as the Director of Aviation.