Fourteen Four County Career Center students recently participated in the 28th Annual Northwest Ohio Student Leadership Conference held at the George M. Smart Athletic Center at Defiance College. In an effort to recognize the importance and encourage area high schools to work more closely together on leadership activities, students in leadership roles from 30 high schools in the seven county area attended the day event. The keynote speaker for the day was Ted Wiese, one of America’s best youth leadership development speakers. He used wit, wisdom, real-life stories and a whole lot of fun in his program. Wiese is the founder of Wiese Training and Development. LLC in Carmel, Indiana.
Shown with Wiese are Career Center students (FRONT – LEFT TO RIGHT) Kenzie Stein (Edgerton) Veterinarian Assistant; Roscia Creps-Burling (Delta) Medical Office Technology; Rebecca Mattimore (Delta) Health Careers; Erin Lange (Liberty Center) Veterinarian Assistant; Kori Kent (Napoleon) Health Careers; Elaine Snyder (Wauseon) Interior Design; Rachael Thompson (Hicksville) Fire & Rescue; Brynne Riegsecker (Fayette) Early Childhood Education; Alex Hinojosa (Tinora) Law Enforcement & Security Tactics; (BACK – LEFT TO RIGHT) Marissa Smith (Edgerton) Veterinarian Assistant; Wiese; Carl Pippin (Liberty Center) Software Development & Game Design; Gavin Yorks (Fayette) Culinary Arts Management; Aaron Conrad (Delta) Pre-Engineering; and Spencer Hines (Ayersville) Pre-Engineering.
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