Miller inducted into MVCTC Hall of Fame

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Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller receives his award from MVCTC Superintendent Nicholas Weldy.

ENGLEWOOD – Eaton High School graduate Andrew Miller, a current Miamisburg resident and President/Owner of Miller Network Innovations in Beavercreek, was inducted into the Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) Hall of Fame on Thursday, Oct. 6

Miller, a 1998 graduate of EHS, attended the Computer Technology Tech Prep program at MVCTC.

After completing the MVCTC Computer Technology Tech Program, Miller went on to Wright State University earning a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Computer Technology. Besides being president and owner of Miller Network Innovations, he is also the owner of a successful pizza restaurant.

In 2014, he purchased The Don’s Pizza in a landmark Greenville, location. Then, in 2016, he opened a communications and security product distribution, Vendor Discounters in Dayton. These investments are proving to be very successful for Miller. The vision he has for business is extraordinary, and his friendliness and creativity have made him successful in all of his ventures.

Miller has served as the President of Professional Referral Exchange, a member of the Far Hills Masonic Lodge, a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, a member of Microsoft Partners, a member of Sales Best Practices, a member of Entrepreneurs of Dayton, and a member of IT Focus Expert Group. According to his nomination, he has demonstrated the importance of career technical education by expanding his education and employment in the career field he studied at MVCTC.

Miller excelled as a student at MVCTC in both the classroom and in his Business Professionals of America experiences.

“He truly is an excellent representative of career technical education and MVCTC,” officials said.

“MVCTC provided the perfect balance preparing us for college and entry level positions within our career fields,” MIller said. “Attending MVCTC gave me the ability to enter my first technician job after high school graduation, which also paid for a large portion of my college education. Value this opportunity — many apply and only a few are selected.”

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Andrew Miller receives his award from MVCTC Superintendent Nicholas Weldy. Miller receives his award from MVCTC Superintendent Nicholas Weldy.

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