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2960 W. Enon Road, Xenia, OH 45385

937.372.6941

www.greeneccc.com

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The Greene County Career Center serves students from the seven public school districts in Greene County plus those who attend private and parochial schools. Home-schooled students are also able to find success through the Career Center’s many career pathways. Today GCCC offers 22 career-technical programs for high school juniors and seniors. These programs are offered at the main campus located on West Enon Road near Xenia and also at various high schools in the county. Additionally, the Career Center provides foundation classes in many of the same county high schools in content areas like Work and Family, Marketing, Engineering, Agriculture Science and Agriculture Business.

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PROGRAMS Allied Health Technologies . . . . . . . . . . Architectural Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Auto Collision Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Automotive Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . Biotechnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Building and Property Maintenance . . . Business Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carpentry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cosmetology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Criminal Justice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Culinary Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Digital Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Electrical Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Engineering Technology . . .. . . . . . . . . . Food and Hospitality Management . . . Information Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . Marketing Management . . . . . . . . . . . . Medical—Legal Office Technology . . . . Natural Resource Technology . . . . . . . . Power Equipment Mechanics . . . . . . . . Teacher Prep Academy . . . . . . . . . . . . . Welding and Metal Fabrication . . . . . .

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Graduation Credits Review . . . . . . . . . . Enrollment Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Application For Admission . . . . . . . . . . A Student’s Success is Our Success . . . .

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We provide each learner with the skills and knowledge necessary for career, academic and personal growth.

 Beavercreek City School District 937.429.7547

 Cedar Cliff Local School District 937.766.1871

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Janet Baughn Associate School Career Pathway Counselor 937.426.6636, ext. 269 Carol Edmiston, 937.426.6636, ext. 113 Counselor for Allied Health Technologies, Biotechnology, Culinary Arts, Food and Hospitality Management, Medical Legal Office Technology, Natural Resource Technology, and Power Equipment Mechanics.

The Greene County Career Center has dedicated itself to providing equal admission, education, and employment opportunities to all people regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability and is in compliance with Title VI, Title IX and Section 504 regulations.

Regina Pike, 937.426.6636, ext. 199 Counselor for Architectural Design, Building and Property Maintenance, Carpentry, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Electrical Wiring and Motor Controls, and Teacher Prep Academy.

No student will be denied entry into a Greene County Career Center program because of inability to pay program fees. Economically disadvantaged students should consult with the Career Center Guidance Office to determine eligibility for assistance.

Michael Smith, 937.426.6636, ext. 115 Counselor for Auto Collision Repair, Automotive Technology, Digital Media, Information Technology, Marketing Management, and Welding and Metal Fabrication.

This publication provides basic information concerning programs and services offered by the Greene County Career Center. Changes to programs and services may have occurred after the printing of this document.

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937.879.3611 Greeneview Local School District 937.675.9711 Sugarcreek Local School District 937.848.3737 Xenia Community School District 937.372.6983 Yellow Springs Exempted School District 937.767.7224

Madelyn Harris, 937.426.6636, ext. 353 Counselor

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In December, all Greene County sophomores are invited to participate in Career Awareness Days. A Career Center representative will be making information presentations about the Career Center’s programs and career connections during October and November. At that time, sophomores may sign up to visit three exciting programs of their choice during the designated days in December. The dates of Career Awareness Days are as follows: December 1 — Fairborn, Greeneview and Yellow Springs December 2 — Beavercreek and Bellbrook December 3 — Xenia and Cedarville Transportation on these days is provided to and from the Career Center by each participating high school. See your guidance counselor for more information. Students who are home-schooled or who may attend a private school may contact us to arrange a visit during one of these days.

The Career Center sponsors an Open House and Chili Supper on December 9, 2010. All eighth, ninth, and tenth graders and their families are encouraged to attend. The Open House allows students and parents to meet our career-technical and academic teachers, future employers, and college representatives.

The Career Center buzzes with activity. You can see what’s happening by following us on FaceBook (Greene County Career Center) or Twitter (GreeneCCC).

Call us at 937.426.6636 or 372.6941.

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You’ll learn with cutting-edge technology in a hands-on environment. A word-class educational experience means you will be better prepared for your next step—whether it’s the world of work or post-secondary education.

All GCCC students become members of the Career-Technical Student Organization (CTSO) that represents their careertechnical program. These organizations are an integral part of the Career Center experience. CTSO’s enhance the student’s experience by developing leadership and social skills. Local, regional, state and national competitions give participants a chance to excel within their field of expertise.

Whether it means providing extra help with academic studies or helping our students find employment or college placement, our mission is always to help our students achieve personal success.

Whether going straight into a career or on to college after graduation, GCCC will work with you to make your transition seamless. Many of our career-technical programs offer the ability to earn scholarships, college credits, and industry certifications in your field of study.

Some of these organizations include:  Business Professionals of America  DECA  Family, Career and Community Leaders of America  Future Educators Association  Health Occupations Students of America  FFA  SkillsUSA

At the Career Center students are rewarded for excellence in their attendance, grades, exceptional reading and more. Awards are given quarterly.

GCCC’s students have access to an in-house store operated by Marketing Management program students. Buy anything from T-shirts and medical uniforms to gifts and seasonal items. Located just inside the lobby and open to the community during operating hours.

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All students are presented with a Career Passport upon graduation. The Career Passport presents the skills each student has mastered both at school and on the job. Items included in the Passport are: Resume, Certification of Completion, Endorsement from the Superintendent and Director of Secondary Education, Summary of the student’s career-technical and academic achievements, Grades and attendance record, and Letters of Reference from employers and educators.

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College Tech Prep Option

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of academic courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11, English 12  Integrated Math, Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus, Calculus  Chemistry, Forensic Science  Anatomy, Physics  Government, Current Issues  Financial Literacy  History of Medicine

Allied Health Technologies provides opportunities to enter post-secondary education or the world of work. The multi-discipline program allows you to discover your strengths and interests and then follow through in any of a wide array of health-related career pathways. You spend the first year gaining a strong academic foundation before focusing on the career area of your choice. This program also provides opportunities to earn college credit through Sinclair Community College or Clark State Community College.

Clark State Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships through Clark State Community College are awarded on a competitive basis. The scholarships require prospective students to have a high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher and 95 percent attendance during their junior and senior years of high school. The scholarships are for $1,200 per year for full-time students for a total of $2,400 toward the completion of a college degree.

Health-related career fields remain among the fastest growing in the nation and opportunities for success abound.

Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

Nurse, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Physical Therapy Assistant, Medical Technician/Assistant, Respiratory Therapist, Surgical Assistant, Dental Assistant/Hygienist, Athletic Trainer/Sports Medicine Assistant, Radiology Assistant, Dietetics and Nutritional Manager, Exercise Science/Trainer, Health Information

Please see page 27 for admission requirements.

Students in the Health Science Academy are among the leaders at the Career Center in organizing community service projects.

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College Tech Prep Option A variety of career pathways await you in Architectural Design. Engineering principles, technology, building design and space planning are areas you will master in this program. Experience exterior and interior residential design, exterior and interior commercial design, and civil engineering. You will analyze and design a number of physical objects utilizing models, equipment, machinery, colors, furniture and structures. You will also learn manual drafting and Computer Aided Design (CAD) to reinforce engineering, architectural and design principles and concepts.

Helpful Courses Computer Aided Design, Drafting, Graphic Arts, Industrial Arts, Mathematics

Architect, Interior Designer, Drafter, Space Planner, Architectural Engineer, Civil Engineer, Building Inspector, Building Contractor, Survey, Urban Planner

Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of academic courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11  English 12  Integrated Math  Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus  Calculus  Chemistry  Forensic Science  Anatomy  Physics  Government  Current Issues  Financial Literacy For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com

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Did you know that jobs in the architecture field are expected to grow between nine and 17 percent through 2014? 6.


The auto repair industry is growing in leaps and bounds as the designs of cars and trucks change to meet safety and style requirements.

At the Career Center, you can . . .

Today’s vehicles are designed with materials that absorb energy upon impact. This assures higher safety ratings, but also means cars need more intricate repair than ever before.

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From body repair to repainting, attention to detail is key in this exciting, challenging career area. Gain experience by repairing and painting project vehicles in the lab as you learn all types of repairs and refinishing, sheet metal shaping on bodies and fenders, uni-body and light frame straightening, welding, painting replacement of glass, shop organization and operation, job estimating, and pricing.

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Nashville Auto Diesel College (NADC) Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Automotive Youth Educational Systems (AYES) Universal Technical Institute (UTI)

After working in the Auto Body industry for two years, graduates may test for the following certifications.:  ASE Painting & Refinishing  ASE Non-Structural Analysis and Damage Repair  ASE Structural Analysis and Damage Repair

Body and Fender Technician Body Shop Estimator Insurance Adjustor Auto Parts Clerk Paint Technician Sheet Metal Technician Glass Installer Fiberglass Technician Frame Straightener Detailer

This program is certified by the National Institute of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and is affiliated with the Automotive Youth Educational System organized by the major auto manufacturers. Students are eligible for mentoring and job placement programs through these affiliations.

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of Academic Courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11  English 12  Integrated Math  Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus  Calculus  Chemistry  Forensic Science  Anatomy  Physics  Government  Current Issues  Financial Literacy 7.

For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com

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College Tech Prep Option As new vehicles become more technologically advanced the need for high trained technicians continues to grow. Maintenance and repair necessitates the use of state of the art equipment.

Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

In the lab you will learn to use electronic diagnostics equipment like the OTC scan tool and labscope, Hunter alignment machine, Coats Sonar tire balancer, and Midtronics Battery, Starting and Charging Tester. Major areas of instruction include engine performance, brake systems, steering and suspension and electrical systems.

Helpful Courses Computer Diagnostics and Programming, Electronics, Engineering

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New Car Technician Specialty Shop Technician Auto Part Specialist Auto Technician Truck Technician Factory Technician Service Advisor

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of academic courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11, English 12  Integrated Math, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus  Calculus, Chemistry, Forensic Science  Anatomy, Physics  Government, Current Issues  Financial Literacy For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com

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ment programs through Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and Automotive Youth Educational System ( AYES).  This program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.

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ASE Brakes ASE Steering and Suspension ASE Engine Performance ASE Electrical Systems


College Tech Prep Option Biotechnology takes the basic ingredients of life and uses them to make new, consumable products. The Biotechnology program utilizes cutting edge technology while serving as a true applied science. You will thrive in this program if you enjoy hands-on experimentation and the study of areas like genetics, microbiology, anatomy and physiology, proteomics, forensics, bioethics, bioinformatics, environmental science, and chemistry.

Biotechnology is affiliated with Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), a Career Technical Student Organization ( CTSO). HOSA is organized to help students develop their technical and leadership skills.

This program offers high-level study in science with a pre-college curriculum. It also features College Tech Prep scholarship opportunities to Sinclair and Clark State. A strong industry presence provides opportunities for placement after high school or college. Articulated college credits are available if you are enrolled in this program.

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Lab Assistant Research Laboratory Technician Geneticist Pharmacist Bio-Medical Technician Molecular Biologist Forensic Lab Technician Tissue Culture, Genetic Engineer

Clark State Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships through Clark State Community College are awarded on a competitive basis. Base requirements for the scholarships require prospective students to have a high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher and 95 percent attendance during their junior and senior years of high school. The scholarships are for $1,200 per year for full-time students for a total of $2,400 toward the completion of a college degree. Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

 Sinclair Community College  Clark State Community College

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of Academic Courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11  English 12  Integrated Math  Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus  Calculus  Chemistry  Forensic Science  Anatomy  Physics  Government  Current Issues  Financial Literacy For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com 9. Please see page 27 for admission requirements.

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Your start to a career in Building and Property Maintenance begins at Greene County Career Center! Broaden your career Horizons by learning the principles of masonry, plumbing, HVAC and EPA refrigerant certification, wood products technology, roofing, drywall, basic electricity and basic carpentry. After building a strong foundation during the junior year, spend your senior year mastering one or more of these areas and take a great set of skills to the job market. You will learn how to troubleshoot and maintain building systems by mastering these basic skills and mechanical repair techniques.

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Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of academic courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11, English 12  Integrated Math, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus  Calculus, Chemistry, Forensic Science  Anatomy, Physics  Government, Current Issues  Financial Literacy  Blueprint Reading

At the Career Center, you can . . .

You earn the credits you need to receive your high school diploma through your partner school district and the completion of your career Passport at GCCC. Each Career Center student who successfully completes the requirement of their career-technical program earns a Certificate of Completion to place in their Passport, a detailed portfolio that highlights your skills, certifications, and accomplishments. It is an excellent tool for use during job interviews and the college application process.

For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com

Advanced placement is available to certain seniors who meet grade, attendance and behavior requirements. It allows you to enter the workforce during the senior year. If you have the proper grades, attendance and teacher recommendation, you may be eligible for the Apprenticeship program during your senior year. Our Placement Coordinator can help you with both initiatives once you’ve proven yourself at GCCC.

Building and Property Maintenance allows “hands-on” students the opportunity to learn basic maintenance skills then focus on one or more for specialized learning.

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Maintenance Technician Building Supervisor HVAC Technician Plumber Electrician Cabinetmaker Carpenter Construction Worker Hospital Maintenance Technician Home Center Customer Service Representative

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College Tech Prep Option Begin your college studies in a variety of business applications while still in high school. You will develop computer application and communication skills that will allow you to become more effective in today’s fast growing, high-tech business office environment. Gain a thorough understanding of business management, marketing and international business. Learn methods of conducting business using state-of-the art technology. The program’s focus is to provide a total integration of all business technology skills needed for today’s technology-intensive careers including collaborative teamwork, decision-making skills, leadership skills, time management skills, and hands-on learning.

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Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

Accounting Business Administration Financial Management Business Information Systems Paralegal Marketing Management Hospitality Management Supply Chain Management

Academic courses for Business Technology are taken at Bellbrook High School. For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com

You can continue your business education at a four-year school such as Wright State University, University of Dayton, University of Cincinnati, Central State University, Wilberforce University, Xavier University or Urbana University.

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College Tech Prep Option In the Carpentry program you experience the actual construction of a project house during your junior and senior years. The home, built to state and county building codes, will introduce you to the use of tools, rough framing, roofing, drywall installation, and interior and exterior finish. The Carpentry program is nationally-recognized by NCCER and allows students to earn college credit at both Sinclair Community College and Hocking College in a variety of construction pathways.          

Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

Materials Salesperson Cabinetmaker Construction Worker Remodeler General Contractor Home Improvement Specialist Carpenter Roofer Drywall Installer Construction Superintendent

Hocking College Students are eligible for 19 credit hours toward construction certification or Associate’s Degree in Construction Management.

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Students in good standing are eligible for the apprenticeship program during their senior year or for advanced job placement during the second semester of their senior year. This program is recognized for its hands-on approach to learning. Students are also eligible to earn National Certification through the National Center for Construction Education & Research.

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of academic courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11, English 12  Integrated Math, Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus, Calculus  Chemistry  Forensic Science  Anatomy, Physics  Government, Current Issues  Financial Literacy For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com

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NCCER Core Curriculum (National) NCCER Carpentry Level One (National) Associated Builders and Contractors (National) Home Builders Association


College Tech Prep Option Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of academic courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11, English 12  Integrated Math, Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus, Calculus  Chemistry, Forensic Science  Anatomy, Physics  Government, Current Issues  Financial Literacy For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com

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Clark State Community College

Become a licensed cosmetologist. This popular career area trains you to become proficient in over 100 competencies including shampooing, hair shaping and styling, coloring, permanent waving, manicuring, giving facials and pedicuring. Skills are mastered through intense practice in the laboratory where students operate a full-service salon that is open to the public. Through this experience, future cosmetologists learn professionalism, customer relations, and salon management. These are the keys to success in this ever-changing field. In addition to hands-on learning in the lab, students receive instruction in bacteriology, anatomy, physiology, sanitation and chemistry. They also complete a 150-hour summer internship through any of a variety of salons in the area.

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Hair Stylist Salon Technician Nail Technician Esthetician Sales Consultant Education Associate Salon Owner

College Tech Prep Scholarships through Clark State Community College are awarded on a competitive basis. The scholarships require prospective students to have a high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher and 95 percent attendance during their junior and senior years of high school. The scholarships are for $1,200 per year for full-time students for a total of $2,400 toward the completion of a college degree.

Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

A Cosmetologist License from the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology includes:  Hair Stylist  Nail Technician  Esthetician

Gaining both practical and academic experience gives students the foundation to succeed on the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology Exam. Students must pass the 13. exam for Ohio certification.

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College Tech Prep Option Learn the knowledge and skills applicable to a variety of public safety careers with a direct pathway to criminal justice and corrections professions. Specialized classroom and practical learning experiences are directed by law enforcement professionals and representatives from local agencies. A blend of safety, law enforcement, investigation, ethics, human relations and equipment training offers an in-depth view into the world of criminal justice and public safety. Discipline and respect play a large part in the day-to-day operation of the program. Because a large number of Career Center students choose to attend a two- or four-year college or university, a full range of academic classes are offered as well.

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Police Officer Corrections Officer Federal Agent, Detective Investigator Security Officer Dispatcher Probation/Parole Officer Forensic Scientist

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of academic courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11  English 12  Integrated Math  Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus  Calculus  Chemistry  Forensic Science  Anatomy  Physics  Government  Current Issues  Financial Literacy For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com

Clark State Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships through Clark State Community College are awarded on a competitive basis. The scholarships require prospective students to have a high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher and 95 percent attendance during their junior and senior years of high school. The scholarships are for $1,200 per year for full-time students for a total of $2,400 toward the completion of a college degree.

Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

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College Tech Prep Option Explore the world of culinary expertise and restaurant management in this exciting, fast-paced career preparation program. Gain experience by learning all facets of restaurant and food service operations, by actually managing an active restaurant during the school year. Develop proficiencies in food preparation, menu planning, restaurant operations, care and use of equipment, safety and sanitation and customer service. Learn about nutrition, portions, quality and cost control from our ProStart curriculum.

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Pastry Chef Chef/Cook Food Service Supervisor Waiter/Waitress Cashier/Hostess Purchasing Agent Caterer Hospitality Manager Executive chef Sous Chef Restaurant Owner

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College Tech Prep Scholarships through Clark State Community College are awarded on a competitive basis. Base requirements for the scholarships require prospective students to have a high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher and 95 percent attendance during their junior and senior years of high school. The scholarships are for $1,200 per year for fulltime students for a total of $2,400 toward the completion of a college degree.

Sinclair Community College

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of academic courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include: English 11, English 12, Integrated Math, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Chemistry, Forensic Science Anatomy, Physics, Government, Current Issues, Financial Literacy, BIS 160—for Sinclair Credit For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com.

College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

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National Restaurant Association ServSafe Pro-Start Certificate of Achievement

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College Tech Prep Option With the viral popularity of YouTube and other similar web sites, corporate America has switched gears and shifted toward cheaper marketing and advertising strategies. Because of this, Digital Media has evolved to embrace the marriage of television and world wide web along with the greater importance of digital audio. In addition to music, mixing has again found favor with movies and short film and voice-overs. Flash animation still has a stronghold on internet marketing. Graphic design has found its way to digital highway billboards and sports arenas with the introduction of large LCD screens. Digital photography has gained popularity in wedding and corporate portfolios. Art has gained a new medium in the past few years with manipulation software such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. Greene County Career Center’s Digital Media program offers any student who possesses an artistic flair, musical talent, an eye for graphic design, and exceptional creativity an outlet for expression.

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Video Producer Web Site Designer Graphic Designer Animator Photographer Videographer Film Producer

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of academic courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11, English 12, Integrated Math, Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Chemistry  Forensic Science, Anatomy, Physics  Government, Current Issues, Financial Literacy

Clark State Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships through Clark State Community College are awarded on a competitive basis. The scholarships require prospective students to have a high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher and 95 percent attendance during their junior and senior years of high school. The scholarships are for $1,200 per year for full-time students for a total of $2,400 toward the completion of a college degree.

Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com

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Students in the Digital Media program recently assisted in the production of a feature motion picture filmed in the Miami Valley. “The Line Shack” was shown in theaters regionally. Students helped with sound, lighting, camera operation, props, etc.


College Tech Prep Option Learn and apply the basic theory of electricity to commercial, residential, and industrial construction projects. In addition to hands-on practice in a new state-of-the art laboratory area, you will learn the theory of electrical flow, Ohm’s Law and the mathematics of voltage, amperage and wattage. Gain a broad understanding of the National Electrical Code, estimating materials, electrical systems and troubleshooting, programmable controllers and fire alarm systems. Graduates traditionally find employment with union and non-union contractors. Learn how green technologies using solar power apply to this career field. This includes studying photovoltaic cells, sun tracking, solar radiation, shading analysis, site surveys, and stand alone and hybrid systems.

This program gives you a head start on earning Journeyman status as a certified electrician. Students who excel academically and in their career-technical program and have met a stringent attendance requirement may apply for the Apprenticeship program.

Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

 NCCER Core Curricula  NCCER Electrical Certification  Wiring Level I

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Electrician Appliance Repair Technician Electrical Inspector Electrical Assembler Maintenance Worker Construction Electrician Home Remodeler

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of Academic Courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11  English 12  Integrated Math  Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus  Calculus  Chemistry,  Forensic Science  Anatomy  Physics  Government  Current Issues  Financial Literacy 17. For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com

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College Tech Prep Option—Offered at Fairborn H.S. and Xenia H.S. Begin your career studies in a variety of engineering applications while still in high school. Through agreements with Sinclair Community College and the University of Dayton, you can get a head start on your college degrees. The Career Center’s Engineering program is offered at Xenia and Fairborn High Schools. There, you will employ state-of-the-art technology in areas like CNC, CAD/CAM, computer programming, robotics and electronics.

Engineering is offered at Xenia High School through Project Lead the Way (PLTW) which starts in ninth and tenth grades. It’s curricula makes math and science relevant for students. By engaging in hands -on real-world projects, students understand how the skills they are learning in the classroom can be applied in everyday life. PLTW helps students succeed by building strategic partnerships among middle schools, high schools, colleges, universities and business and industry. This program provides students with rigorous, relevant, reality-based knowledge necessary to pursue engineering or engineering technology programs in college. For more information concerning the PLTW at Xenia, please contact the Xenia Guidance Office.

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Students from any Greene County High School can enroll in Engineering classes at Xenia High School or Fairborn High School if space permits. For more information contact Mr. Oldiges (doldiges@greeneccc.com or 562-9693) at Xenia or Mr. Kaiser (bkaiser@greeneccc.com or 879-3611, ext. 132) at Fairborn.

Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

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Automation and Control Technician CAD Technician CIM Technician Civil and Architectural Technician CNC Programmer Electrical Engineering Technician Engineering Technician Industrial and Systems Engineer Industrial Technician Manufacturing Engineer Materials Science Engineer Mechanical Engineer Quality Manager

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The Food and Hospitality Management program is open to students interested in travel, food service and the hotel industry. The goal of the program is to prepare students to secure and succeed in entry level, technical, and skilled job opportunities. Students will learn in a hands-on laboratory and participate in cooperative work experiences at a variety of local organizations

Food and Hospitality Management provides you with a chance to customize your career with its multi-pathway approach.

and businesses. The program features an on-campus restaurant that allows students to prepare, present, sell and serve dinerinspired menu items to both staff and students. ServSave certification is offered and rewarded after you receive a satisfactory score on the exam. Skills learned include introduction to hospitality, sanitation and safety, menu development, customer relations, food preparation, banquet set-up, dining and hospitality software, and equipment operation.

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Hospitality Attendant Housekeeping Attendant Food Prep Worker Front Office Attendant Dietary Aide Travel Agent

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Dining Room Attendant Short Order Cook Crew Leader Caterer Kitchen Manager Hotel Manager

At the Career Center, you can . . .

You earn the credits you need to receive your high school diploma through your partner school district and the opportunity to complete your Career Passport at GCCC. Each Career Center student who successfully completes the requirement of their career-technical program earns a Certificate of Completion to place in their Passport, a detailed portfolio that highlights your skills, certifications, and accomplishments. It is an excellent tool for use during job interviews and the college application process.

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of Academic Courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11, English 12  Integrated Math, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus  Calculus, Chemistry, Forensic Science  Anatomy, Physics  Government, Current Issues  Financial Literacy

Available to seniors who meet advanced placement grades, attendance and program requirements. It allows you to enter the workforce during the senior year.

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College Tech Prep Option One of the most dynamic career areas today involves the multi-faceted Information Technology (IT) industry. From the cutting edge technology to the years of experience offered by our teaching staff and support personnel, the Career Center’s IT lab is considered a world-class operation. Gain the necessary skills to build, repair and troubleshoot computers, systems and software, create software, provide technical assistance, and management information systems. You can obtain advanced on-the-job training and experience through mentorship with local IT firms while earning high school credit. The IT program is divided into specialties where you can explore and become proficient, including: Information Services and Support, Programming and Software Development/Applications, Network Systems, A+ PC Repair and Troubleshooting, and Network Security Administration.  Tech Support Representative  Software Specialist  Database Technician  Hardware Specialist  Network Technician  Software Designer  Network Security Administrator

Clark State Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships through Clark State Community College are awarded on a competitive basis. The scholarships require prospective students to have a high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher and 95 percent attendance during their junior and senior years of high school. The scholarships are for $1,200 per year for full-time students for a total of $2,400 toward the completion of a college degree.

You can collect college credit through College Tech Prep while still in high school. Credit can be earned in A+, Network+ and programming. CompTIA A+ and Network+ industry certification is available. Advance to Sinclair Community College or Clark State Community College and continue to a four-year college or university.

Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of academic courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11, English 12  Integrated Math, Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus, Calculus  Chemistry, Forensic Science  Anatomy, Physics  Government, Current Issues  Financial Literacy

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College Tech Prep Option—Offered at the Main Campus and at Beavercreek H.S. You will be interested in the Marketing Management program if you have a desire to enter college and pursue a degree in Marketing, Business Administration or Management. You can explore fields like sales, market research, advertising and sales promotion, public relations, sport and entertainment marketing, fashion merchandising and retail management.

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Procurement Management/Distributor Fashion Buyer/Fashion Merchandiser Sales Executive Research and Statistical Analyst Event Planner Advertising Account Manager Creative Media Designer Internet/Interactive Media Professional Public Relations Representative Sports Promoter/Agent Entrepreneur

In addition to the Career Center’s Marketing Management program, Marketing Technology is a one-year program offered for seniors at Beavercreek High School. The program builds a foundation for careers in marketing, management, entrepreneurship and service occupations. Skills learned in Marketing cross all industries and are transferable. Beavercreek students should see their Guidance Counselor for more information.

 Clark State Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships through Clark State Community College are awarded on a competitive basis. The scholarships require prospective students to have a high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher and 95 percent attendance during their junior and senior years of high school. The scholarships are for $1,200 per year for fulltime students for a total of $2,400 toward the completion of a college degree.

Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of academic courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11, English 12  Integrated Math, Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus, Calculus  Chemistry, Forensic Science  Anatomy, Physics  Government, Current Issues  Financial Literacy For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com

Career Center students operate a school store, “CC Expressions,” that is open daily to the student population. You can be responsible for product buying, pricing, stocking, 21. very own store! displaying and managing of your

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Clark State Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships through Clark State Community College are awarded on a competitive basis. The scholarships require prospective students to have a high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher and 95 percent attendance during their junior and senior years of high school. The scholarships are for $1,200 per year for full-time students for a total of $2,400 toward the completion of a college degree.

Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

      Medical-Legal Technologies offers you two distinct career pathways within one program. Interested in working in a medical office environment? How do you feel about working in a law office? Placement opportunities and college connections abound in both career areas. In Medical Technology, you learn various methods of medical coding, patient information input techniques and other medical office skills including CPR. In Legal Technology, you will master legal terminology and research, document preparations (will, deeds, contracts etc.) and other policies and procedures crucial to the operation of a successful law office.

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Medical Office Coding Specialist Health Information Manager Medical Billing Specialist Medical Reocrds Clerk Medical Transcriber Medical Receptionist Administrative Assistant Legal Receptionist Legal Transcriber Law Library Clerk Paralegal

Microsoft Office Specialist American Red Cross First Aid CPR/Adult CPR/Infant Automated External Defibrillator HIPPA—Privacy Act

This two-pathway program offers flexibility for students who want basic skills to help them succeed in a business setting. Basic computer and office management skills are bolstered by specialized instruction in the medical and legal career areas.

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of academic courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11, English 12  Integrated Math, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus  Calculus, Chemistry, Forensic Science  Anatomy, Physics  Government, Current Issues  Financial Literacy For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com. 22.


College Tech Prep Option Anyone entering this multi-discipline program will be exposed to a wide variety of experiences. On-the job laboratory projects with related instruction may be applied to commercial, residential, governmental and recreational environments. You can learn the basics of the “green” industries before declaring an area of concentration. Multiple career pathways lead graduates to excellent post-secondary opportunities at area community colleges and technical schools or open doors that lead directly into the job market. Areas of concentration include Environmental Forestry Management, Golf Course and Turf Grass Management, Landscape Architecture Design, Retail Garden Center and Horticulture Management, Water and Soil Conservation Science, Entomology and Pest Science, Forestry Law, and Wildlife Management.

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Park Forestry Manager Golf Course Superintendent Retail Garden Manager Land Survey Technician Landscape Architect Lawn & Turf Care Technician Inventory Control Specialist Wildlife Manager Wildlife Officer Forestry Administrator Entomologist Tech Landscape Horticulture Designer

At the Career Center, you can . . .

Clark State Community College You can earn college credit from Clark State Community College by participating in the College Tech Prep Program. Students who complete this program as designed and earn a minimum 2.25 G.P.A. while at the Career Center are eligible for Tech Prep status and the Tech Prep scholarship. Sinclair scholarships total up to $2,400.

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Sinclair Community College Hocking College Ohio State University Ohio State ATI Wilmington College Kent State University

 Ohio Land & Nursery Association  American Landscape Contractors Association  Ohio State Certified Naturalist  Ohio Forestry Certification  Ohio Turf Certification

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of academic courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11, English 12  Integrated Math, Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus, Calculus  Chemistry, Forensic Science  Anatomy, Physics  Government, Current Issues  Financial Literacy For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com

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Transitioning to College Tech Prep Option Are you interested in learning hands-on skills working on gasoline and diesel engines, hydraulic and electrical systems, drivelines and steering/ suspensions, and basic fabrication and welding? You can gain these skills and more in the classroom and lab as you operate, maintain, and repair these systems on lawn and garden, industrial, and agricultural equipment.

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Greene County is recognized around Ohio for its strong agricultural base. Qualified technicians who can maintain and repair heavy equipment are in demand.

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 University of Northwestern Ohio  Edison Community College  Lincoln College of Technology

Automotive and Med/Heavy Truck Technician Heavy Equipment Technician Outdoor Power Equipment Technician Construction Equipment Technician Agricultural Equipment Technician Equipment Maintenance Technician Equipment Set-up and Delivery Technician Power Sports Technician Heavy Equipment Operator Parts Specialist General Welder

 Edison Community College  University of Northwestern Ohio

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of Academic Courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11, English 12  Integrated Math, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus  Calculus, Chemistry, Forensic Science  Anatomy, Physics  Government, Current Issues  Financial Literacy For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com

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Students in Power Equipment Mechanics become members of Future Farmers of America. The largest FFA Alumni Chapter in the State of Ohio is located in Greene county.

National FFA Organization & Alumni Farm Bureau Old Timers Club Ohio State University Komatsu Ohio CAT Cargill Monsanto

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At the Career Center, you can . . .

You can earn college credit from Sinclair Community College and/or Clark State Community College by participating in the College Tech Prep Program. Students who complete this program as designed and earn a minimum 2.25 G.P.A. while at the Career Center are eligible for Tech Prep status and the Tech Prep scholarship. Sinclair scholarships total up to $1,500. Clark State scholarships total up to $1,200.  $1,500 College Tech Prep Scholarship at Sinclair Community College  $1,200 College Tech Prep Scholarship at Clark State Community College

This seniors-only program prepares students for a future career in the teaching profession. You will attend classes for a half-day at your partner high school, then attend classes located at Clark State’s Greene Center. This program includes several placements with local schools where students work with experienced classroom teachers, observing a variety of age groups and ability levels. Areas of instruction include Intro to Education and Training, Organizational Processes, Communication, Technology, Learning and Developmental Characteristics, Assessment, Instructional Strategies, Learning Environment, and Professional Responsibilities.

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Sinclair Community College Clark State Community College Wright State University University of Dayton University of Cincinnati Lake Erie College Ohio University Miami University

High School Teacher Middle School Teacher Elementary School Teacher Pre-school Teacher School Administrator Tutor Counselor Special Education Teacher In the coming years, more than 10 million teaching jobs are expected to be available. This program gives high school students a head start on their post-secondary career and allows them to earn college credit on the way. Several local colleges and universities offer majors in education professions. 25.

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College Tech Prep Option Develop skills in welding and metal fabrication as you learn entry-level and advanced skills in shop safety, metal characteristics, welding applications and project management. Get hands-on welding experience in one of the most modern and complete labs in Ohio. Learn Oxyfuel Welding (OFW), Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding ( GMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Pipe (GTAWP) and Shielded Metal Arc Welding Pipe (SMAWP). You will learn to identify and weld carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum. The manufacturing industry is looking for talented and qualified welders. Apprenticeship and job placement programs are available for students during the senior year if GPA, attendance and teacher recommendation requirements are met.

Clark State Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships through Clark State Community College are awarded on a competitive basis. The scholarships require prospective students to have a high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher and 95 percent attendance during their junior and senior years of high school. The scholarships are for $1,200 per year for fulltime students for a total of $2,400 toward the completion of a college degree.

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Arc or Gas Welder Mig or TIG Welder Layout Technician Metal Fabricator Specialized Welder Aerospace Welder Oxyacetylene Welder Solderer Robotic Welding Welding Technician Welding Engineer

Sinclair Community College College Tech Prep Scholarships are available to qualifying students enrolling at Sinclair Community College. To be eligible students must earn a 2.25 grade point average during their junior year and first semester of their senior year of high school. The scholarship can total $1,500 per year for a total of $3,000 toward the completion of a college degree.

Students at the Career Center are able to take a variety of Academic Courses in addition to their program of choice, and they include:  English 11, English 12  Integrated Math, Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus, Calculus  Chemistry, Forensic Science  Anatomy, Physics  Government, Current Issues  Financial Literacy For more information, visit www.greeneccc.com

 Seniors may also learn Gas Tungsten Arc Welding on .030 stainless steel in

Phase I and Phase II in aerospace welding.  Seniors can earn 3G Welding Certification on 3/8 plate in shielded metal arc

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Credits earned in Career Center classes are used toward graduation. Diplomas are awarded by the student’s partner high school. Upon completion of a student’s program at the Career Center, students earn a Certificate of Completion that accompanies their Career Passport.

Graduation Requirements by High School for Career Center Students:

Beavercreek High School 4 credits of ENGLISH 4 credits of SOCIAL STUDIES 3 credits of MATH 3 credits of SCIENCE* 1/2 credit of PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1/2 credit of HEALTH 1 credit of FINE ARTS/PRACTICAL ARTS 22 Credits to Graduate

One half of each school day will be spent in the student’s career-technical program for a total of three credits per year.

Bellbrook High School 4 credits of ENGLISH 3 credits of SOCIAL STUDIES 3 credits of MATH 3 credits of SCIENCE 1 credit of PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1/2 credit of HEALTH 1/2 credit of COMPUTERS 1/2 credit of FINE ARTS or FOREIGN LANGUAGE 24 Credits to Graduate

One half of each school day will be spent in academic classes allowing the student to fulfill the associate school graduation requirements:

Students sometimes come to the Career Center lacking the recommended or required academic courses. Depending on the availability of courses, students may make up an extra credit of social studies, mathematics, science, or English.

Cedarville, Fairborn, Greeneview, Xenia and Yellow Springs High Schools 4 credits of ENGLISH 3 credits of SOCIAL STUDIES 3 credits of MATH 3 credits of SCIENCE* 1/2 credit of PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1/2 credit of HEALTH 1 credit of BUSINESS, TECHNOLOGY, FINE ARTS or FOREIGN LANGUAGE 21 Credits to Graduate

Students are encouraged to talk with a guidance counselor to develop a plan that will ensure that all credits required for graduation are earned. To help students retrieve needed academic credits for graduation, the Career Center offers a state-ofthe art credit recovery program. See a guidance counselor for more information. All students will be given a Student Handbook the first day of class. The Handbook defines building guidelines, policies for admission, code of conduct, transfers, credits and more.

* Science must include 1 Biological Science and 1 Physical Science.

NEW—Beginning with the 2011-12 school year, Greene County Career Center will offer foreign languages for all students via on-line learning.

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All students must apply for admission to the Greene County Career Center through their high school guidance office. Students enrolled in private schools and those being home schooled may contact the Career Center for an application or download the form from our website. Out-ofdistrict students may call the Career Center for information relating to open enrollment. Prospective students will be notified of their application status and potential acceptance into the Greene County Career Center pending review of transcripts and other applicable documentation. Due to enrollment limitations, students are encouraged to apply for admission early in the sophomore year. The application review process will begin in mid-February.

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Any student enrolled in one of the seven districts served in Greene County may apply for acceptance to the Career Center program. Students who attend private schools, home-schooled students, and out-of-district students may call the Career Center for information regarding open enrollment.

Any student who does not meet requirements may petition with a letter of recommendation from a teacher. Letters must be attached to the application.

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2 credits of ENGLISH 2 credits of MATHEMATICS 2 credits of SCIENCE 2 credits of SOCIAL STUDIES 1/2 credit of HEALTH 1/2 credit of PHYSICAL EDUCATION

No tuition is charged to attend the Career Center. Students are often required to pay equipment and supply fees. These fees vary by the careertechnical program .

Bus transportation is provided to and from the Career Center each day. Bus routes originate at each of the seven school districts in Greene County. Students may obtain a driving permit if they possess a valid driver’s license.

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The Career Center offers many benefits and advantages to attending students. Here are just a few:

Articulation Agreements Students can earn college credit while completing high school work. Greene County Career Center has articulation agreements with Sinclair Community College and Clark State Community College so Career Center graduates, in some programs, can earn their college degree faster without duplicating or repeating coursework. Students must make sure work reflects the high quality standards needed for articulation credit. Credit is awarded by the college and may or may not be transferrable.

Post Secondary Enrollment Options Program (PSEO) Students attending the Greene County Career Center who are interested in PSEO should contact their home school counselor soon after the second semester begins in January. Most partner schools (see page 2 for the list) have mandatory information meetings in late winter or early spring.

Advanced/Early Job Placement Job placement provides opportunities for successful adjustment from school to work with the help of the lab instructor and Placement Specialist. Many students qualify for placement during the second semester of their senior year. The School-to-Apprenticeship program is available in a variety of construction and manufacturing-related programs. Information on both of these initiatives is available through the Placement Specialist’s office. Advanced Job Placement is a privilege, not a right. Your grades, attendance, attitude, and job performance reviews and evaluations play a big part in your success.

The Career Passport provided by the Greene County Career Center highlights the skills each student has mastered both at school and on the job. Items included in the Passport are:  Resume  Certificate of Completion  Endorsement of student by the Superintendent and Director of Secondary Education  Summary of the student’s career-technical and academic achievements, grades and attendance record  Letters of reference from employers and educators

College Tech Prep College Tech Prep is an educational pathway that leads to a two-year degree and beyond. Tech Prep combines hands-on career-technical laboratory experience with academically challenging, college-preparatory classes. Through partnerships with Sinclair Community College and Clark State Community College, the Career Center provides a seamless transition into college for students in many programs.

Many employers rely on the Career Passport to serve as a true snapshot of the student’s abilities and potential. Students are able to market their skills and achievements by presenting this professionally prepared portfolio at job interviews.

Scholarships of up to $3,000 are available for students who successfully complete their College Tech Prep program at the Career Center. Several College Tech Prep satellite programs are offered at partner schools such as Business Technology (Bellbrook), Engineering Technology (Xenia and Fairborn) and Marketing (Beavercreek.) GCCC also provides Ag Business and Science at Cedarville, Greeneview and Xenia, and

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To apply to the Greene County Career Center, please contact Guidance at 937.372.6941, ext. 200.

2960 W. Enon Road, Xenia, OH 45385

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