MVCTC welcomes students back to school


ENGLEWOOD — The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) staff welcomed students for the 46th year of classes on Thursday, August 17. MVCTC Superintendent Dr. Nick Weldy, staff, and MVCTC student ambassadors greeted over 1,000 junior students from 27 partner school districts enrolled for the 2017-2018 school year.

MVCTC is offering career technical programs for 2017-2018 in:

• Agriculture and Livestock Production

• Allied Health

• Animal Care Management

• Architectural Design

• Auto Collision

• Auto Services

• Automotive Technology

• Aviation Maintenance Technician

• Biotechnology

• Business Ownership

• Computer Network Engineering

• Computer Repair & Technical Support

• Construction Carpentry

• Cosmetology

• Criminal Justice

• Culinary Arts

• Dental Assistant

• Diesel Power Technologies

• Digital Design

• Early Childhood Education

• Electrical Trades

• Firefighter/EMS

• Game Programming & Web Applications

• Graphic Commercial Art

• Graphic Commercial Photography

• Health Careers Academy

• Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning

• Heavy Equipment Operator

• Hospitality Services

• Media and Video Production

• Medical Office Management

• Natural Resources Management

• Precision Machining

• Retail Agriculture Services

• Robotics and Automation

• Sports Management and Marketing

• Sports Medicine

• Veterinary Science

• Welding

New for the 2017-2018 school year, MVCTC and Northmont City School have partnered to create another tremendous opportunity for students at Northmont High School. The Career Credit Lab (CCL) combines a work-based learning component along with related academics to give students the opportunity to gain valuable employability skills and job-site experiences while earning credits towards high school graduation. Included in the CCL is also a credit lab for students that may need intervention with credit recovery to further enhance their opportunities to stay on track for graduation. These students have the opportunity to gain industry credentials that they will be able to use throughout their lifetime. Credential opportunities are to either earn their State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) or certification in Robotics and Manufacturing from Yaskawa and FANUC. This opportunity is the first of its kind in the Miami Valley Region.

Additionally, MVCTC opened new satellite programs in partnership with local school districts including, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) programs for middle school students at Bethel Local Schools and Milton-Union Exempted Village Schools. MVCTC is currently offering 23 satellite programs at 16 partner school district locations. On average, MVCTC serves over 4,000 middle and high school students in the Miami Valley through the main campus, satellite programs, and Youth Connections. The Adult Education division serves approximately 6,000 adults each year.

For over 45-years, MVCTC has been providing career technical education for 27 partner school districts encompassing five counties in Southwest Ohio. MVCTC is dedicated to providing in-demand workforce training for youth, adults, and organizations in the Miami Valley.

For more information about MVCTC, visit www.mvctc.com.

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Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) Student Ambassadors and MVCTC Superintendent Dr. Nick Weldy, welcome the Class of 2019 to their first day of school. Front row (left to right) James Bucio (Computer Network Engineering/West Carrollton), Kaitlyn Jurgens (Graphic Commercial Art/Tipp City), Rylee Emig (Graphic Commercial Photography/Twin Valley South), Erin Shipe (Veterinary Science/Milton-Union), Isabelle Middleton (Business Ownership/Tri-Village), Alyxandria Adams (Medical Office Management/Preble Shawnee), Logan Hayes (Sports Management & Marketing/Miami East); 2nd row (left to right) Zantiago Velasco (Culinary Arts/Tri-County North), Kasey Wilken (Sports Medicine/Eaton), Augusten Morales (Graphic Commercial Art/Valley View), Fletcher Durham (Architectural Design/Eaton), Preston Pietrzak (Business Ownership/New Lebanon), Travis Blanton (Natural Resource Management/Twin Valley South), Cody Matchett (Animal Care & Management/Mississinawa Valley). back row (left to right) Carter Nolte (Media & Video Production/Valley View), Cody Wright (Game Programming & Web Applications/Northridge), Ivan Pohlman (Diesel Power Technologies/Versailles), Dr. Nick Weldy (MVCTC Superintendent), Joe Petrock (Computer Repair & Technical Support/Northmont), Ben Lawson (Diesel Power Technologies/Brookville), Bryan Prosser (Aviation Maintenance Technician/Milton-Union).
http://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2017/09/web1_2017-08-17-10_45_40.jpgMiami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) Student Ambassadors and MVCTC Superintendent Dr. Nick Weldy, welcome the Class of 2019 to their first day of school. Front row (left to right) James Bucio (Computer Network Engineering/West Carrollton), Kaitlyn Jurgens (Graphic Commercial Art/Tipp City), Rylee Emig (Graphic Commercial Photography/Twin Valley South), Erin Shipe (Veterinary Science/Milton-Union), Isabelle Middleton (Business Ownership/Tri-Village), Alyxandria Adams (Medical Office Management/Preble Shawnee), Logan Hayes (Sports Management & Marketing/Miami East); 2nd row (left to right) Zantiago Velasco (Culinary Arts/Tri-County North), Kasey Wilken (Sports Medicine/Eaton), Augusten Morales (Graphic Commercial Art/Valley View), Fletcher Durham (Architectural Design/Eaton), Preston Pietrzak (Business Ownership/New Lebanon), Travis Blanton (Natural Resource Management/Twin Valley South), Cody Matchett (Animal Care & Management/Mississinawa Valley). back row (left to right) Carter Nolte (Media & Video Production/Valley View), Cody Wright (Game Programming & Web Applications/Northridge), Ivan Pohlman (Diesel Power Technologies/Versailles), Dr. Nick Weldy (MVCTC Superintendent), Joe Petrock (Computer Repair & Technical Support/Northmont), Ben Lawson (Diesel Power Technologies/Brookville), Bryan Prosser (Aviation Maintenance Technician/Milton-Union).

R-H Staff