Four County Career Center Honors Career & Technical Education Month

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 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 during the presentation of the Career & Technical Education Month Proclamation are (LEFT TO RIGHT)Edon students Alexandria Durocher, Cosmetology; Jennifer Kowalis, Accounting & Business Management; Village of Edon Mayor Darlene Burkhardt; and Superintendent Tim Meister.

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 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 during the presentation of the Career & Technical Education Month Proclamation are (LEFT TO RIGHT)Edon students Alexandria Durocher, Cosmetology; Jennifer Kowalis, Accounting & Business Management; Village of Edon Mayor Darlene Burkhardt; and Superintendent Tim Meister.

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 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 during the presentation of the Career & Technical Education Month Proclamation are (LEFT TO RIGHT)Fayette students Cade Mercer, Pre-Engineering; Matt Storrs, Automotive Technology; Village of Fayette Mayor Ruth Marlatt; and Superintendent Tim Meister.

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 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 during the presentation of the Career & Technical Education Month Proclamation are (LEFT TO RIGHT)Fayette students Cade Mercer, Pre-Engineering; Matt Storrs, Automotive Technology; Village of Fayette Mayor Ruth Marlatt; and Superintendent Tim Meister.

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 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 during the presentation of the Career & Technical Education Month Proclamation are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Stryker students Mozelle Kunckel, Health Careers; Zach Cameron, Law Enforcement & Security Tactics; Village of Stryker Mayor Daniel Hughes; and Superintendent Tim Meister.

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 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 during the presentation of the Career & Technical Education Month Proclamation are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Stryker students Mozelle Kunckel, Health Careers; Zach Cameron, Law Enforcement & Security Tactics; Village of Stryker Mayor Daniel Hughes; and Superintendent Tim Meister.

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 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 during the presentation of the Career & Technical Education Month Proclamation are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Rick Hupe, Career & Technical Supervisor; Hilltop students Brandon Willis, Law Enforcement & Security Tactics; Joshua Phillips, Auto Collision Repair; Village Administrator of West Unity, Ric Beals; and Superintendent Tim Meister.

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 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 during the presentation of the Career & Technical Education Month Proclamation are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Rick Hupe, Career & Technical Supervisor; Hilltop students Brandon Willis, Law Enforcement & Security Tactics; Joshua Phillips, Auto Collision Repair; Village Administrator of West Unity, Ric Beals; and Superintendent Tim Meister.

In honor of Career & Technical Education Month, Four County Career Center hosted a luncheon for local elected officials from the four county area. Shown following the luncheon with Williams County Commissioners are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Cody Corwin, Computer Networking & Repair (Bryan); Allison Buttermore, Sports Fitness & Exercise Science (Fairview); Kylee Nickels, Medical Office Technology (Hilltop); Andrea Lewis, Accounting & Business Management (Fairview); Williams County Commissioner Brian Davis; Williams County Commissioner Lewis Hilkert; Williams County Commissioner Alan Word; and Superintendent Tim Meister.

In honor of Career & Technical Education Month, Four County Career Center hosted a luncheon for local elected officials from the four county area. Shown following the luncheon with Williams County Commissioners are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Cody Corwin, Computer Networking & Repair (Bryan); Allison Buttermore, Sports Fitness & Exercise Science (Fairview); Kylee Nickels, Medical Office Technology (Hilltop); Andrea Lewis, Accounting & Business Management (Fairview); Williams County Commissioner Brian Davis; Williams County Commissioner Lewis Hilkert; Williams County Commissioner Alan Word; and Superintendent Tim Meister.

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