Posted in June 2013

Construction Technologies: Class of 2013 Success Story

Southwestern Ohio teen moving to career in plumbing Roland (Rollie) Logsdon, who completed the Scarlet Oaks Campus plumbing program and graduated from Sycamore High School this spring, is continuing his education as a second-level apprentice at the Cincinnati Master Plumbers Association.  The knowledge and skills he acquired at the career center enabled him to shave … Continue reading

Engineering and Science Technologies: Class of 2013 Success Story

Northern Ohio teen aspires to be engineer Somewhere between an influential teacher and an internship at NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, teenager Kyle Tipper decided to become an engineer. His career choice wasn’t love at first sight.  The 2013 Amherst Steele High School graduate recalls his hesitation when signing up for his first Project … Continue reading

Testimonial to how career-technical education saves lives

The first-year training in the Patient Health Care program at Washington County Career Center fortunately intersects with a family’s otherwise tragic car accident.  This proud grandfather’s account of how his granddaughter helped is a must read in the Marietta Times.

Education and Training: Class of 2013 Success Story

Northern Ohio teen moving to career in teaching Brooke Stieber considers it fortunate that she can’t name just one teacher who impacted her decision to become a teacher. However, the most inspirational teacher she had was so focused on her eighth grade students that the class almost forgot their teacher was battling cancer. At the end of that school … Continue reading

Arts and Communication: Class of 2013 Success Story

 SW Ohio teen aspires toward career in illustration When Abbey Flory looks ahead five years from now, she sees herself working as a sequential artist, an illustrator who specializes in graphic storytelling and is most commonly associated with comics. She has been engaged in this art form for quite some time, honing her skills further as a student … Continue reading