Four County Electrical Students Learn Of Power Systems Program

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As part of the Four County Career Center’s Electrical career and technical education training, students recently had the opportunity to host several guest speakers from First Energy/Toledo Edison. They talked to the students about the PSI (Power Systems Institute) program that is offered through First Energy at Owens Community College. They also showed the students the lineman trucks and some of the tools of the trade. Shown following the presentation are (KNEELING – LEFT TO RIGHT) Elijah Alvardo (Archbold); Nate Smith (Fayette); Tristan Armstrong (Tinora); Jeremy Burt (Patrick Henry); Taylor Trent (Hilltop); Zach Hendricks (Bryan); Gary Keys (Toledo Edison Wauseon Branch Manager); Kimberly Wechter (First Energy PSI Workforce Development Rep); Carlos Flores (Defiance); Isaac Hutchinson (Montpelier); Doug Alberts (Delta); Dakota Mason (Edon); Colin Ashbaugh (Wauseon); Trevor Zachrich (Stryker); Josh Whetstone (Liberty Center); James Flickinger (Toledo Edison Lineman); and Jeff Vincent (Toledo Edison Lineman). Scott Williams, Electrical instructor, made the arrangements for the presentation.

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