HUBER HEIGHTS — The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) Student Ambassadors talked to sophomores at Wayne High School on two separate days. Day 1 was: Sara Fuentes – Health Careers Academy (Bethel); Keijuan Foster – Robotics and Automation (Trotwood Madison); SaraRae Hallstein – Allied Health Technologies (National Trail); Joe Petrock – Computer Repair and Technical Support (Northmont); Keara Tellis – Biotechnology (Wayne). Students speaking on day two were: Kaitlyn Jurgens – Graphic Commercial Art (Tipp City); Linda Lahlali – Allied Health Technologies (Wayne); Ben Lawson – Diesel Power Technologies (Brookville); Erin Shipe – Veterinary Science (Milton-Union).
During the visit, ambassadors shared career technical training programs and college opportunities. MVCTC offers 40 career technical programs for high school juniors and seniors. MVCTC continues to prepare students for college and careers after high school. Over 85% of students earn college scholarships and over 93% of students are employed, in an apprenticeship, in the military, or enrolled in college six months after graduating.
All sophomores from the MVCTC 27-partner school districts have the opportunity to select two career programs to visit at MVCTC during the annual Sophomore Career Days. This year, Sophomore Career Days are scheduled November 28-30. The Annual MVCTC Sophomore Open House is scheduled for Thursday, November 30, form 4:30-7 p.m. For more information about Sophomore Career Days or visiting MVCTC, please call 937-854-8056.
For more information about MVCTC, please visit www.mvctc.com.
What started almost 50 years ago as the Montgomery County JVS has transformed into the Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC). While the name has changed, the mission remains the same. We are dedicated to providing training for in-demand jobs and college-readiness skills for high school and adult students across Darke, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, and Warren counties.