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ECHO for 8th Graders - Archbold

Archbold Middle School 8th graders participated in “Exploring Careers Hands On for 8th Graders” (ECHO for 8th Graders) held at Four County Career Center. Career Explorers from the Career Center guided the students through several careers that were of interest to the 8th graders as they are looking forward to planning for their future. Shown with Archbold 8th graders (LEFT TO RIGHT) Kreighton Sims and Caden Garrow are Career Explorers from Archbold Becca Addington (Early Childhood Education) and Lathon Babcock (Welding Fabrication). ECHO for 8th Graders is made available to all 8th graders in the four county area.


Industrial Services Assists K of C

As part of their career & technical lab experience, the Industrial Services students at Four County Career Center play a big part in the weekly preparation for the Chicken & Fish Fry Friday at the Archbold Knights of Columbus. Students assist with regular maintenance, table setup, and room and food preparation for the close to 500 weekly guests who stop in from January 9 - April 3 to enjoy the meal. Shown above are Industrial Services students (LEFT TO RIGHT) Tyra Knepper (Napoleon); Charles Howard (Edon); Darren Patterson (Montpelier); Skyler Grosenbacher (Defiance); Cole Rankin (Tinora); Shawn Wyomic (Evergreen); and Nick Eberflus (North Central) getting things ready . Kim Waldvogel, Industrial Services instructor, is appreciative of the partnership that the Career Center has with the K of C in Archbold by allowing her students to use their facility for training for the workplace.


Elected Officials Luncheon

In honor of Career & Technical Education Month, Four County Career Center hosted a luncheon prepared by the Chef Training students and Chef Peter Herold for State Legislators and local elected officials from the four county area. Students had the opportunity to talk about their programs of study and the great things they were learning to prepare them for their careers. Shown are students with County Commissioners; Board of Education President Larry Martin; State Representative Robert McColley; State Representative Tony Burkley; Superintendent Tim Meister; and State Senator Cliff Hite.

 

 

 

 

 


ECHO for 8th Graders - Ayersville

Ayersville Middle School 8th graders participated in “Exploring Careers Hands On for 8th Graders” (ECHO for 8th Graders) held at Four County Career Center. Career Explorers from the Career Center guided the students through several careers that were of interest to the 8th graders as they are looking forward to planning for their future. Shown with Ayersville 8th graders (LEFT TO RIGHT) Travis Degler/Meade and Jacob Berner are Career Explorers from Ayersville Spencer Hines (Pre-Engineering) and Dominic Joyner (Welding Fabrication). ECHO for 8th Graders is made available to all 8th graders in the four county area.


ECHO for 8th Graders - North Central

North Central Middle School 8th graders participated in “Exploring Careers Hands On for 8th Graders” (ECHO for 8th Graders) held at Four County Career Center. Career Explorers from the Career Center guided the students through several careers that were of interest to the 8th graders as they are looking forward to planning for their future. Shown with North Central 8th graders (LEFT TO RIGHT) Dalton Joice and Sidney McKarns are Career Explorers from North Central Zoe Koch (Pre-Engineering); and Lucas Brown (Computer Networking & Repair). ECHO for 8th Graders is made available to all 8th graders in the four county area.


BPA Students to Qualify for State Competition

Sixteen Four County Career Center Business Professionals of America (BPA) Chapter members recently placed in the top three among the several hundred area students and have qualified for state BPA skill competition. Contest winners are (FRONT - LEFT TO RIGHT) Jennifer Westrick (Hilltop) SQL Database fundamentals; Danielle Leininger (Delta) Basic Office Systems & Procedures; Reiley Smith (Holgate) Human Resource Management; Danielle Henry (Hilltop) Economic Research Individual; Mikayla Smith (Defiance) Fundamental Word Processing Skills; Alexis Bailey (Defiance) Advanced Office Systems & Procedures; Bryce Link (Ayersville) Fundamental Word Processing Skills; (BACK - LEFT TO RIGHT) Cody Zuver (Hilltop) Computer Security; Brandon Carmody (Evergreen) Fundamentals of web Design; Matthew Hampton (Delta) Fundamentals of Web Design; Colin Laws (Napoleon) Visual Basic/C+ Programming; Lucas Brown (North Central) Systems Administration Using Cisco; Clarence Hartzell (Liberty Center) Computer Network Technology; Donald Cocke (Tinora) SQL Database Fundamentals; Anson Lah (Defiance) Java Programming. Absent is Jeffrey Sparks (Archbold) Computer Security. BPA members from all parts of Ohio will be in Columbus March 12 & 13 to compete for awards and the right to advance to national skill and leadership contests. Four County Career Center BPA Advisors are Mary Jo Beilharz, Matt Geiger, Tina Short, and Mike Yeager.


Career Night Open House

Four County Career Center hosted a Career Night Open House Monday evening with the Career Center’s labs and classrooms open to the public. Instructors and counselors were available to answer questions and acquaint visitors with career and technical programs and college credit options.  The Career Center offers 32 career and technical programs to high school juniors and seniors from 22 high schools in Defiance, Fulton, Henry, and Williams counties. For more information about applying for the 2015-2016 school year, sophomores are encouraged to contact their associate school Guidance Office, call the Four County Career Center Student Services Office at 1-800-589-3334, Ext. 2701; or apply on-line at the Career Center website at www.fourcounty.net.