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2019-20

High School Catalog

Our Focus. Your Future.

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Our Focus. Your Future. A quality educational choice – where people like to be and everyone can succeed

VISION

MISSION Enrich lives by delivering exceptional career-technical educational outcomes for a changing world.

VALUES 2 EastlandFairfield.com

Relationships Integrity Passion for Learning Accountability

Our Focus. Your Future.

This is your moment. A pivotal moment. To Inspire. To Discover. To Create. To Grow.

Wouldn’t you rather choose your future than have your future choose you? There are so many choices to make leading up to a successful future. How do you know you’re making the right ones? That’s why we’re here. Whether you’re a high school student, adult student, or a business professional searching for qualified employees, we can help. Get on the path to success with career counseling, career planning, and programs to get ahead. We know college requirements and opportunities, what’s happening in the job market, and what businesses are looking for in employees. Let EastlandFairfield Career & Technical Schools help with your journey to a secure future. Don’t wait. Put your skills and interests to work in an education that will lead to a high-wage, high-demand, and highly rewarding career. It’s all about your future Let us help you make the right choices.

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What’s Inside

High School Programs

General Information

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Eastland Career Center Programs

Fairfield Career Center Programs

Satellite Programs

Academics

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Agriculture & Heavy Equipment

Animal Management

College Credits

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Automotive

Automotive

Architecture/Construction Management:   Gahanna Lincoln High School

Frequently Asked Questions

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Auto Body & Paint

Construction

Student Organizations

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Aviation

Cosmetology

Where to Find Us

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Cosmetology

Criminal Justice

Programs

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Criminal Justice

Cyber Security

Culinary Arts

Dental Assisting

Dental Assisting

Exercise Science

Electrical

Heating, Ventilation,   Air Conditioning & Refrigeration

Graphic Design Interactive Media Landscape Design & Management Medical Office Pre-Engineering

Bioscience: Gahanna Lincoln High School Employability Prep (​Off-Site) Environmental Science:   New Albany High School Fashion Merchandising:   Canal Winchester High School Marketing & Logistics Management:   Groveport Madison High School Multimedia:  Pickerington High School North

Nail Services

Performing Arts:  Reynoldsburg High School

Pharmacy

Project SEARCH:  Off-Site Program   at Fairfield Medical Center

Pre-Nursing

Teaching Professions:   Gahanna Lincoln High School

Programming & Software Development Welding

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What’s the Career Center Difference? Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical School District is an extension of 16 school districts in Fairfield, Franklin, and Pickaway counties:

General Information

• Amanda-Clearcreek • Berne Union • Bexley • Bloom-Carroll • Canal Winchester • Fairfield Union • Gahanna-Jefferson • Groveport Madison • Hamilton • Liberty Union-Thurston • New Albany-Plain Local • Pickerington • Reynoldsburg • Teays Valley • Walnut Township (Millersport) • Whitehall

What Are the Admission Requirements? We offer college preparatory and dual college credit academics in addition to nearly 40 career & technical programs designed to prepare students for college and a career. Eastland-Fairfield programs prepare you for your future—whether you’re planning to go to college or right into a career. In a career center program, you will learn hands-on skills, using industry standard procedures and tools. Opportunities to earn college credits and industry certifications are available through many of our programs. Many EastlandFairfield programs allow you to participate in internships and apprenticeships. All students who successfully complete a career center program receive a career passport, which contains many valuable documents that will benefit you in your future career path.

Who Can Apply? Any student residing within one of our 16 associate school districts can apply to an Eastland-Fairfield program after completing two years of high school or turning 16 years of age. Students (including public school, private school and home-educated students) who are eligible to attend an EastlandFairfield participating school, and who meet admission requirements, shall have first priority in all programs. Students admitted through open enrollment, who meet admission requirements, shall have second priority in all programs.

For admission to Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools, the Admissions Review Team will assess the following criteria: 1. full junior status, or the equivalent, or the age of sixteen (16) by the first week in October of the anticipated enrollment year; 2. must have earned four (4) credits required for graduation, or the equivalent, by the first week in October; 3. applicants with sophomore status are assigned the highest priority in the selection process; 4. must meet any requirements of the particular program in which the student wishes to enroll. Specific program requirements are available by contacting the Admissions Review Team; 5. competitive GPA from grades 9 and 10; 6. competitive attendance rate in excess of 90%; and 7. limited discipline history. Applicants who are not selected for their first program choice are considered for their second choice. Applicants who are not accepted into their program choice are informed by their home school counselor and/or a Career Center representative. Applicants who are not selected for either their first or second choice are placed on a waiting list and considered for acceptance into requested programs as space becomes available. You will be notified by your school counselor and by mail at the close of each round of applications if you have been accepted into a career center program. See “When Should I Apply?” for details on each round of application. Status letters will be mailed after each round.

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Can Homeschooled Students Apply? All references to a “student receiving home education” or a “home-educated student” shall mean a student who is receiving home schooling and is excused from the compulsory education laws.

This is Your Moment To Inspire. To Discover.

To Create. To Grow. This is a pivotal moment as you decide if you will embrace a new journey that will help define your future. You can be part of a bold group of students who take the leap into a new adventure.

A student residing in an Eastland-Fairfield participating district who is receiving home education and who is not enrolled in the participating district shall be eligible for admission, and attend tuition-free. However, a student residing in one of the participating districts who is receiving home education and who is not enrolled in the participating district should enroll in that participating district prior to applying for admission to the Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools. A student residing in one of the participating districts who is receiving home education and who is not enrolled in the participating district shall, prior to admittance, provide to the Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools all school records. Applicants that are not enrolled in a city, local, or exempted village school district are not eligible for services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

Check Us Out. When a student receiving home education seeks to enroll in the Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools after being home schooled, the following conditions will apply: 1. applicants must follow the application process. Note that enrollment in certain programs may be limited to the start of each academic year. 2. the Superintendent shall make the final determination with regard to placement, awarding of credits and/or evaluating whether specific course or program prerequisites have been met (hereinafter referred to as “placement”). The Superintendent may designate a Home Education Review Team to make evaluations and recommendations with regard to these placement determinations, although the Superintendent shall retain final discretion to accept or reject such recommendations. The Superintendent and/or designated admissions Home Education Review Team will consider the following in determining appropriate placement: 1. the child’s most recent annual academic assessment report;

The best way to learn about Eastland-Fairfield programs is to visit. All sophomore students are invited to visit Eastland, Fairfield, and satellite programs on your school’s designated visitation date in November. Additional opportunities are available to visit on designated dates between January and April. Plan on attending the annual Open House in December. Bring your parents/guardian and take advantage of this opportunity to meet students, instructors, school administrators, school counselors, and more!

Don’t Delay, Apply Soon. Applications are available online at www.EastlandFairfield.com. Submit applications by early February for Round 1 consideration, mid-March for Round 2 consideration, and through the summer (as space permits) for Round 3 consideration. See your school counselor for specific deadline dates or more information. Many programs fill quickly and it is advised to get your application in by February for first consideration.

2. requiring the child to take any or all standardized achievement tests that are regularly scheduled for students of similar age; 3. other evaluation information that may include an interview with the child and/or parent.

Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, ancestry, disability, or military status in its employment, programs, and activities, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Any alleged act of discrimination in reference to age, ancestry, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, or sex (gender) equity, should be referred to Shelley Groves at (614) 836.4530, Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools District Office, 4300 Amalgamated Place, Groveport, Ohio 43125.

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Academics

Academic Courses

College Credit Plus (CCP)

Special Needs Services

English, math, science, social studies, electives… if I choose a career field now, why do I need the rest? Sometimes it is hard to understand how a particular course will help you in your future. The academic courses available through Eastland-Fairfield will help you connect what you are doing in high school with the world of opportunities that await you upon graduation.

College Credit Plus credits enable qualified students the opportunity to earn college credits and high school credit at the same time. EFCTS currently has agreements with Hocking College. Successful students will graduate from high school with a college transcript and credits that can transfer to many other colleges and universities. Classes are taught at ECC or FCC by EFCTS academic teachers.

The following pages describe the academic courses offered to juniors and seniors who are enrolled in fulltime programs at Eastland or Fairfield Career Center.

Academic credits earned through Hocking College include:

Eastland-Fairfield offers a wide range of educational options for students with special needs. General education and special education services are provided at both Eastland and Fairfield Career Centers to students with an IEP or a 504 Plan. The Eastland-Fairfield district does not provide special education services to students enrolled in one of its satellite programs; arrangements are made between the home school and the program site.

The courses you will take at Eastland-Fairfield are determined by the credits you’ve already earned, the requirements of your career-technical program, the requirements for graduation from your home school, and the requirements for admission into a post-secondary program.

• ENGL 1510 – English Composition I   4 semester hours - ECC & FCC • ENGL 2123 – English Composition II   3 semester hours - ECC & FCC • MATH 1130 – Pre-Calculus   6 semester hours - ECC & FCC • MATH 1163 – Calculus   5 semester hours - ECC & FCC • BIOS 1113 – College Anatomy & Physiology I   4 semester hours - FCC Process and Awarding of CCP Credits: • obtain qualifying Accuplacer score, or qualifying ACT/SAT score

Available on-site, Career Center services include: Academic and Technical Tutors provide individual assistance and support to students with IEPs who are in all general education academics. Student Learning Center is available at Eastland and Fairfield Career Centers for students to receive extra help as needed. Open for all students, all the time. Resource Classes are smaller-sized classes led by licensed intervention specialists available for all core academic subject areas.

• complete college application and be accepted by Hocking College • earn a grade of a C or higher in the college academic course; and • contact the college awarding the credits to obtain a transcript.

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English

Mathematics

English 3 Students will read fiction and non-fiction selections applying reading, writing, listening, speaking, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. Assignments and projects will develop language arts skills and will have a broad application to the world of today’s business and technology.

Integrated Math 3 This course provides a reinforcement of math skills necessary for students to successfully complete Algebra 2. Selected topics from algebra and geometry will be interwoven with introductory Algebra 2 math skills for students who may benefit from this course before taking Algebra 2.

English 4 Students will explore a variety of print materials noteworthy for excellence of style and content. They will continue to expand their competencies in reading, writing, listening, and speaking.

Algebra 2 Algebra 2 reinforces concepts of Algebra I and includes relations and functions, polynomial functions, and exponential and logarithmic functions. An emphasis will include applications of algebra in problem solving. This course provides opportunities for students to develop the math skills needed for success in their career and in Algebra 3, pre-calculus, or statistics.

Accelerated English 3 The primary focus of this course is to prepare students for the requirements of college entrylevel reading and writing. Literature and novels are studied as stimuli for writing. Accelerated English 4 Students successfully completing Accelerated English 4 receive a foundation for college entry-level language arts. Students will learn to refine and edit their own writing and continue to explore various literary forms as models for effective communication. English Composition I & II (CCP) These CCP courses are offered in partnership with Hocking College on Eastland and Fairfield campuses. Successful students will earn credit for English 12 as well as seven (7) semester hours of college credit from Hocking College. Writing as a process that involves organization, development, prewriting, and revision is emphasized. Only students who meet CCP requirements may take this course.

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Algebra 3 In this course, students will explore and solve mathematical problems, think critically, and communicate mathematical ideas clearly. Further exploration of topics from algebra, geometry, logical reasoning, measurement, statistics, and probability will be studied. This course provides opportunities for students to develop the math skills needed for success in their career and in pre-calculus, calculus and statistics. Geometry Geometry is the mathematical study of our physical world. Geometry includes the study of points, lines, planes, circles, angles, triangles, rectangles, area, and volume. Geometry helps to develop the ability to think critically while concepts are applied to reallife situations.

Science Transitions Math This course is intended to serve the needs of students who have completed Algebra 2 to prepare them for a successful career and college experience. The course focuses on reinforcing and extending skills in number sense, algebra, functions, probability, and statistics, with a further emphasis on the use of application-based experiences involving decision making in an everyday and/or professional setting. Pre-Calculus (CCP) This course allows students to explore elements of trigonometry, functions, series and sequences, logarithms, algebra, and geometry in preparation for advanced coursework in calculus at either the high school or college level. Students are strongly encouraged to obtain a graphing calculator. Students who meet CCP requirements may take this course for college and high school credit. Calculus (CCP) Calculus is a college level course in introductory calculus that includes concepts in elementary functions. It is intended for students who have a thorough knowledge of college preparatory mathematics, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and pre-calculus. A graphing calculator is required for this course. Students who meet CCP requirements may take this course for college and high school credit. Statistics (ECC) This full-year course studies the collection, organization, interpretation and analysis of data that apply to the real world, such as economic, scientific, athletic and political situations. There will be a focus on standard normal distributions, hypothesis testing, and correlation and causation. This course has a prerequisite of Algebra 2.

Environmental Science This course incorporates biology, chemistry, physics and physical geology and introduces students to key concepts, principles and theories within environmental science. Investigations are used to understand and explain the behavior of nature is a variety of inquiry and design scenarios that incorporate scientific reasoning, analysis, communications skills and real-world applications. Food Science (ECC) This is a biology-based course that develops specialized content to extend connections between humans and their food supply. Students will learn the scientific principles of food processing, nutritional value, food preservation, storage, packaging and distribution and the fundamental biological, chemical and physical scientific principles associated with the study of foods. In addition, safety and sanitation with food preparation (ServSafeÂŽ) will be included. Anatomy and Physiology This course introduces the structure and function of the human body. Students will scientifically study the major organ systems of the body including skeletal, muscular, nervous, integumentary, cardiovascular, urinary, reproductive, digestive, respiratory, endocrine, and sensory systems Plant Science (ECC) This is a laboratory-based course designed to introduce students to plant structure and physiology. Topics include: photosynthesis, plant classification, adaptations, roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruits, and reproduction.

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Social Studies College Anatomy & Physiology (FCC) This is an introductory college course in which human anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach, with emphasis on the interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Study includes basic anatomical and directional terminology; fundamental concepts and principles of cell biology; histology; the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems; and special senses. Students must meet CCP requirements to take this course. Physics This advanced course is the fundamental study of laws and nature that involves the learning of motion and energy, with emphasis on kinetics, gravity, momentum, potential and kinetic energy, electricity, forces, sound waves, and modern physics. This course will prepare students for post-high school physics courses as well as an understanding of the world around them. Chemistry This course provides students with a foundation is chemistry concepts and chemistry laboratory skills. Study deals with the materials of the universe and the changes these materials undergo. Topics include analysis of materials, nomenclature, bonding, stoichiometry, chemical equations, periodicity, atomic models, reduction and oxidation reactions, acids and bases, gas laws, intermolecular attractions, kinetics, and equilibrium processes.

Foreign Language French I, II and Spanish I, II, III Foreign language courses are offered online through TRECA Academy.

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Economics and Financial Literacy An overview of our economic system that explores contemporary economic problems and issues will be covered in this course. An in-depth focus will be placed on financial literacy where students will implement decision-making skills to become wise and knowledgeable consumers, savers, investors, users of credit, money managers, citizens, and members of a global workforce and society. American Government This course provides students an in-depth study of U.S. government and the essential features of American federal, state, and local governments that they need to successfully participate in the governmental process. Topics include the U.S. Constitution, federalism, civil rights and civil liberties, branches of government and their powers, citizen participation, rights, and responsibilities. Psychology This course is the study of human behavior. Topics include history of psychology, biological and environmental influences on the individual, methods of psychology, personality theories, theories of learning, sensations and perceptions, conflicts and adjustments, stress and frustration, and psychological disorders and treatment. Sociology This course focuses on how broad social forces shape the actions and attitudes of an individual. The course will relate basic sociological theories and concepts to the structure of American society. Topics will investigate how culture, race, ethnicity, gender, class, and age affect life in American culture.

The moments where we choose to find something bigger than ourselves are the ones that matter most. These moments shape communities, economies, and lives. “Finding Futures” is a short film produced by Eastland-Fairfield that follows current students, alumni, teachers, and business leaders. It showcases the threads that bind Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools together into contributing to successful economic growth in the region and, most importantly, to the successful futures of students and families.

Watch the film at EastlandFairfield.com

Other electives offered at Fairfield Career Center only: • Current Events • World War II • The Holocaust

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College Credits

On Your Way to College? Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools is dedicated to preparing students for a successful transition to college. Partnerships have been created with several colleges/universities and the Ohio Department of Higher Education to give students a head start on earning college credits while still in high school, saving both time and money. The college credits available through the CareerTechnical programs fall into three categories: 1. Articulated credits; 2. Career-Technical Credit Transfer (CT)2; and 3. College Credit Plus (CCP) credits. The type you earn depends on your qualifications.

1. Articulated Credits Articulated Credits are granted to eligible students in a Career-Technical program based on an agreement between EFCTS and a two or fouryear college/university. Students must attend the college/university awarding the credit. For details on what college/universities EFCTS has an agreement with, check out the specific program in which you are interested. Articulated Credits are a great place to start your path to the future by saving you time and money! 2. Career-Technical Credit Transfer (CT)2 Students are guaranteed the transfer of applicable credits among Ohio’s public colleges and universities through the Ohio Department of Higher Education. Students who successfully complete specific technical programs are eligible to have credit transfer to public colleges and universities. 3. College Credit Plus (CCP) Credits EFCTS has partnered with area post-secondary institutions to award both high school and college credit to eligible students in CCP academic courses. A transcript will be issued by the college with the awarded credits that can be transferred to any college or university and many others across the nation. In order to be awarded college credit on an official transcript, a student must complete at least one semester college course through EFCTS.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I apply? Applications can be found online at www.EastlandFairfield.com. See page 7 for details on the application process. When should I apply? You should submit your completed application online at www.EastlandFairfield.com as soon as you choose a program. There is no application fee. Applications are accepted from late November through the summer and are processed over three rounds. Submit your application by early February for Round 1 consideration, mid-March for Round 2 consideration, and through the summer (as space permits) for Round 3 consideration. Students interested in open enrollment to apply to the Career Centers are automatically considered in Round 3 along with applicants who are currently at Junior level status. See your school counselor for specific deadline dates or more information. Remember that many programs fill up fast, so don’t delay. Does it cost to attend Eastland-Fairfield? Eastland-Fairfield is an extension of 16 central Ohio public school districts. There is no tuition as long as you reside in one of our participating school districts. Fees for uniforms vary by program, but everything you buy is yours to keep and use once you’ve graduated.

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What will my school day be like? On an average day, Eastland-Fairfield students spend half of their day in a program lab. Students spend the remainder of the day completing academic coursework. The required courses are determined by the program you choose—and your academic plan for graduation. Will I graduate from Eastland-Fairfield? While enrolled in an Eastland-Fairfield program, you remain a student of your high school and will graduate from there. In addition to a diploma, qualified students will also receive a Career & Technical Certificate and a career passport (a portfolio that contains your resume, attendance, career plans, transcript, career & technical program competencies, career goals, and certificates). What if i want to participate in activities at my home school? Do it! We encourage students to be involved in their home school as well as Eastland-Fairfield. We have many students enrolled in our programs that are involved in athletics, clubs, band, or other activities at their home school. Is transportation available? Yes! Each participating school district provides bus transportation from your associate high school to the career centers each day. Contact your district’s bus garage for details in your area. However, transportation is NOT available to satellite programs housed at area high schools.

Are there programs and services for students with special needs? Yes! Eastland-Fairfield offers a wide range of educational options for students with special needs. See page 11 for details. How does placement into programs work? Applicants are placed into programs when they meet all admission requirements and there is space available in the program. Programs often fill quickly; so, it is important to apply early. All students should be striving for the best GPA and attendance possible during their 9th and 10th grade years. How will I know if I’m accepted? You will be notified by your school counselor and by mail at the close of each round of applications if you have been accepted into a career center program. See “When Should I Apply?” for details on each round of application. Status letters will be mailed after each round. What if I’m already a junior in high school? All applicants currently classified as Juniors will be considered during Round 3. You will be notified of your status by your school counselor and by mail upon the conclusion of each round of applications. How can I find out more information? Talk to your high school counselor. You can also contact your Eastland-Fairfield representative at 614.836.4530.

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Student Organizations

Business Professionals of America www.bpa.org

HOSA www.hosa.org

At Eastland-Fairfield there are many options for student involvement. You can be a part of a variety of organizations, take advantage of leadership opportunities, and take part in many student activities, even activities at your home school. Every student in an EastlandFairfield program is a member of a Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO). These groups offer direct connections to your career, plus opportunities for leadership, competitions, awards, and good times!

Business Professionals of America (BPA) is for business and information technology program students. This organization is designed to develop personal leadership and business skills.

HOSA is a national student organization for students enrolled in the Bioscience program. This organization promotes career opportunities in the health care industry and provides leadership development, motivation, and recognition to students who have interests in pursuing careers in health professions.

The CTSOs at Eastland-Fairfield are…

Distributive Education Clubs of America www.deca.org Marketing & Logistics Management students are members of the Distributive Education Club of America (DECA), which develops leadership and career understanding. Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America www.fcclainc.org Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is an organization for students enrolled in food and hospitality programs. FCCLA helps students take charge of their roles in society through areas of personal growth, family life, career preparation, and community involvement. Educators Rising www.educatorsrising.org Educators Rising is for students enrolled in the Teaching Professions program. This organization is designed to develop the skills and strong leadership traits that are found in high-quality educators.

National FFA www.ffa.org Future Farmers of America (FFA) is for students enrolled in the Agriculture & Heavy Equipment and Landscape Design & Management programs in preparation for careers in agriculture. FFA provides motivation, enthusiasm, activity, competition, and fun. National Technical Honor Society www.nths.org National Technical Honor Society is for students enrolled in an Eastland or Fairfield program and is based on outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, and service. To be inducted, you must have an outstanding attendance record, a high grade-point average, and recommendations from instructors and administrators. SkillsUSA www.skillsusa.org

Where to Find Us Eastland Career Center 4465 South Hamilton Road Groveport, Ohio 43125 Phone: (614) 836.5725

Fairfield Career Center 3985 Coonpath Road NW Carroll, Ohio 43112 Phone: (740) 756.9243 or (614) 837.9443

Adult Workforce Development 4300 Amalgamated Place Groveport, Ohio 43125 Phone: (614) 836.4541

SkillsUSA is for all students enrolled in trade, industry, and health-related career programs. Their motto is “Preparing for leadership in the world of work.”

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Agriculture & Heavy Equipment Eastland Career Center

Shift into high gear. Interested in the mechanics of machines and enjoy learning how they work? Like getting your hands dirty to learn the process for yourself? If that’s so, Agriculture & Heavy Equipment may be for you.

Get a head start. Learn how to diagnose, repair, and maintain a variety of equipment, including lawnmowers, tractors, skid steers, excavators, and other heavy equipment. In addition, this program teaches you how to safely handle tools, understand technical manuals and schematics, and how to use electronic and computerized diagnostic equipment. Those who successfully complete this program can advance to careers in agriculture, forestry, refuse and recycling, construction, and the military, among many others. College credits are available through: • University of Northwestern Ohio Analyze the machinery. Students learn to identify and analyze mechanical problems as they repair and overhaul gas and diesel engines. Areas of study include: • Equipment • Operations • Hand and Power Tools • Safety Practices • Diagnostics • Electronic Controls • Hydraulic Systems • Welding/Cutting • GPS Operations Career Pathways Use your know-how of all types of engines to build your career in the transportation field. Explore careers such as:

Contact Us: ekunka@efcts.us

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• Field Service Technician • Fleet Mechanic • Heavy Equipment Mechanic • Service/Parts Manager

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Animal Management Fairfield Career Center

Animal Lover. Animal Career. Are you looking for a career in helping animals and the people who love them? The Animal Management program will train you in the skills necessary to be a vet assistant working side-by-side with professional veterinary team members.

Veterinary assistants play a vital role in the daily activities in a veterinary setting. They assist veterinarians and licensed veterinary technicians with every aspect of animal care, such as: feeding, bathing, and exercising animals; clean, sterilize exam/operating rooms/equipment; administer medications; properly restrain patients for blood/urine collection; perform lab tests; and maintain charts. Care for the animals. The veterinary industry continues to grow as pet ownership continues to increase in the United States. Individuals interested in this career should have an aptitude for general science, math and biology, and demonstrate basic language and communication skills. Animal wisdom. Gain valuable, real-world, hands-on experiences including preparation for the Approved Veterinary Assistant exam (sponsored by NAVT). Areas of study include: • Animal Health • Animal Anatomy & Physiology • Companion Animal Selection • Veterinary Science Career Pathways As the animal science industry continues to grow, make the choice for your future with these careers:

Industry Credentials Available • CPR/First Aid • OSHA 10-Hour Training

Contact Us: lhelser@efcts.us

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• Veterinary Assistant • Veterinarian • Pet Groomer • Zoologist • Zookeeper • Pet Store Retailer • Pet Store Manager • Animal Trainer • Animal Breeder • Animal Scientist

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Architecture/Construction Management Satellite Program at Gahanna Lincoln High School

Design your project. Design the buildings and homes of the future. This program, housed in the state-of-the-art classroom at Gahanna Lincoln High School’s Clark Hall, was custom built for students who can visualize a project, work through mathematical problems, and communicate ideas to an audience. Students interested in this program should have a strong math foundation.

Review the blueprints. Most employers are seeking candidates who have good problem solving skills, are creative, take initiative and communicate effectively. Students will be given the opportunity to prepare themselves for future employment and to be successful in college. Students get on the fast track while participating in the program and earn credits through the following colleges: • Columbus State Community College • Central Ohio Technical College • Hocking College Create the model. Students learn architectural design, problem solving, and explore other creative mediums through visits from professional partners, projects developed with business partners, job shadowing, and mentoring. Areas of study include: • Architecture • Design • Site Planning • Model Building • Computer Design • Landscape Architecture Career Pathways There are many options available to those interested in entering a career in the architecture and construction field. Examples are: • Architect • Construction Manager • Civil Engineer • Interior Designer

Contact Us: jmcgee@efcts.us

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• Landscape Architect • Urban Designer

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Auto Body & Paint Eastland Career Center

Estimate. Traffic mishaps occur daily, so there’s always a demand for qualified and talented collision repair technicians who can make damaged vehicles look new again. Auto Body & Paint is a one-year senior only program for those who like to work with their hands, work on cars, and solve problems.

Students explore the details of collision repair, structural materials, and technological advances, including the ins and outs of auto body construction, surface prep, dent repair, welding, and cutting. Students will learn to replace or repair and paint damaged body panels and how to straighten the frame of cars twisted from the force of an accident. Students also learn the art of fabrication of restored vehicles including custom painting and air brushing. Prime and paint. Prepare for a career in Auto Body & Paint through this program located at Eastland Career Center. Areas of study include: • Damage Estimating • Glass Replacement • Unibody/Conventional Frame Repair • Sheet Metal Straightening/Replacement • Vehicle Painting/Detailing Career Pathways Use your love of cars to build your career in the transportation field. Explore careers such as:

Industry Credentials Available • ICAR Collision Repair

• Automotive Refinishing Technician • Collision Repair Manager • Auto Body & Paint Technician • Estimating Claims Adjuster

Contact Us: jkuffel@efcts.us

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Automotive

Rev it up. Most employers are seeking candidates with technical training and experience to work in this field. Go further faster with the availability of credits with the following colleges:

Eastland & Fairfield Career Centers

• Columbus State Community College

Start your engines. Turn your hobby under the hood into a career in our Automotive program. Those who successfully complete this Eastland-Fairfield program generally have a job waiting for them at graduation. This program is part of the national AutomotiveYES program that enables qualified students to work alongside master technicians during their senior year and earn a paycheck at the same time. These businesses tend to hire the students full-time upon graduation.

Contact Us: ECC: dtrippier@efcts.us FCC: tchance@efcts.us

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• University of Northwestern Ohio • Lincoln College of Technology • Universal Technical Institute College credits are also available through the (CT)2 process through the Ohio Department of Higher Education. Shift into high gear. Prepare for a career in auto technology through this program located at both Eastland and Fairfield Career Centers. Areas of study include: • General Maintenance • Brakes • Suspension & Steering • Electrical • Engine Performance Career Pathways Take your hobby to a new level with careers in the transportation field. Explore careers such as: • Entry-level Technician • Service Advisor • Part Sales • Car Sales Industry Credentials Available • ASE-Brakes • ASE-Steering & Suspension • ASE-Electriconic/Electrical System • ASE-Engine Performance • ASE-Maintenance & Light Repair

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Aviation Eastland Career Center

Take flight. This brand new program takes flight during the 2019 - 2020 school year! Students enrolled in the Eastland Career Center Aviation program will learn the principles of flight, basic principles of aviation, air traffic control systems, ground maintenance, and FAA rules and regulations. Students will also engage with drones and flight simulators with the prospect of earning industry credentials and licensures over the course of the program. Industry Credentials Available • Part 1 of Remote Pilot Certification (Drone Pilot License)

Soar to new heights. Most employers in this high-demand industry are seeking candidates with technical training and experience to work in this field. Go further faster in your future aviation career by exploring the various fields within this industry. Potential college credits may be available in this program. Ignite the engine. Prepare for a career in aviation through this program located at Eastland Career Center. Areas of study include: • Aviation Fundamentals • General Aviation Maintenance • Basic Pilot Training (non-flight) • Air Traffic Control • Airport Management Career Pathways Take your love of flying to new heights by preparing for a multi-faceted career in the aviation industry. Explore careers such as: • Air Traffic Control • Aircraft Manufacturing Specialist • Airport Management • Aviation Maintenance/Mechanic • Military Careers • Pilot

Contact Us: ajones@efcts.us

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Bioscience Satellite Program at Gahanna Lincoln High School

Hypothesize. If math and science are your favorite subjects, Bioscience is the program for you. With its unique focus on the uses for science, Bioscience explores a variety of fields including agriculture, medicine, forensics, genetics, food science, and others. Students in this program gain intense experience in a stateof-the-art clinical facility performing various experiments as part of the research-based curriculum. Students also study and practice proper lab data reporting techniques.

Plan your experiment method. Careers in this field require education beyond high school. College credits are available through: • Cincinnati State Technical & Community College Analyze and discuss your results. If you have dreams of becoming a scientist, engineer, or medical professional, get started in the Bioscience Technologies program located in the state-of-the-art laboratory in Clark Hall of Gahanna Lincoln High School. Areas of study include: • Molecular Biology • Microbiology • Plant Technology • Career Exploration • Cloning • Data Reporting & Presentation • Environmental Engineering • Experiment Design Career Pathways Turn your love for science into a lucrative career in: • Bioengineering • Cancer Research • Environmental Engineering • Medical Research • Microbiologist

Industry Credentials Available • OSHA 10-Hour Training • Lean Six Sigma Greenbelt Certficate

• Pharmacy • Physician • Quality Assurance

Contact Us: klewis@efcts.us

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Construction Fairfield Career Center

Check the blueprint. Build your future in the growing field of construction. Learn the fundamentals needed to get ahead in the Construction program located at Fairfield Career Center.

Lay the foundation. Most employers are seeking candidates with experience and a desire to learn to work in this field. Get on the fast track with the opportunity to enter an apprenticeship at an advanced level with local Registered Apprenticeship Programs. Paid school-to-apprenticeship placement is available after the junior year for qualified students. By graduation, qualified students will have completed the second year of a four-year apprenticeship. College credits are also available through: • Columbus State Community College • Hocking College Build your career. Construction students learn all aspects of constructing buildings, from site layout to exterior finishing. Other areas of study include: • Blueprint Reading • Drywall Installation • OSHA 10 Hr. Certification • Rough-Framing Masonry • Finish Carpentry • Bobcat Training • Roofing • Siding • Electrical Installation • Plumbing Installation Career Pathways The construction field is wide open to both men and women. Pathways include:

Industry Credentials Available • OSHA 10-Hour Training • NCCER Core • NCCER Level 1 Carpentry • CPR/First Aid Contact Us: tdennison@efcts.us

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• Carpenter • Construction Crew • Construction Manager • Drywaller • Estimator • Equipment Operator Framer • Inspector • Laborer • Mason • Plumber • Roofer

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Cosmetology

Highlights for your future. Occupations in the beauty and fashion industries cover a wide range of education and training levels. Get a jump start on continuing education with the availability of credits from:

Eastland & Fairfield Career Centers

Share your creativity. Express your creative side while helping and being of service to others. Cosmetology students learn to care for hair, skin, and nails, including shampooing, conditioning, shaping, styling, perming, hair coloring, manicuring, and performing facials. This program is designed to prepare students to take the State Board of Cosmetology Exam required to become a licensed cosmetologist.

• Central Ohio Technical College • University of Akron • North Central State College • Hocking College Set the style. The cosmetology programs at Eastland and Fairfield Career Centers are hands-on and let you help people feel better and more confident about themselves. Areas of study include: • Anatomy & Physiology • Haircutting • Infection Control • Skin Disorders & Diseases • Hair Color Techniques • Nail Care • Chemical Perming/Relaxing Facials • Shampooing • Special Occasion Styling • Make-up

Industry Credentials Available • Ohio State Board of Cosmetology

Career Pathways Keep up with the trends of the beauty industry with these careers: • Cosmetologist • Esthetician • Manufacturer’s Representative

Contact Us: ECC: sbethel@efcts.us FCC: tcoyer@efcts.us  or apatterson@efcts.us

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• Nail Technician • Platform Artist • Salon Manager

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Criminal Justice

Write your own ticket. Upon graduation, successful completers of this program can enter the military or pursue further education towards a police-training program. Get ahead with the availability of credits through the following colleges:

Eastland & Fairfield Career Centers

Protect and serve. The Criminal Justice program is looking for honest and mature individuals with good judgment and strong character. Students study patrol tactics, arrest techniques, search and seizure, and Constitutional law. Physical training, Emergency Telecommunications Certificate, and first aid/CPR are also a part of this program.

• Central Ohio Technical College • Columbus State Community College • Hocking College Wanted: Knowledge. Students in the Criminal Justice program gain basic patrol skills, as well as investigative skills which can to lead to a variety of career options. Areas of study include: • Unarmed Self-Defense Training • Leadership • Constitutional Law • Patrol Tactics • First Aid/CPR • Arrest Techniques • Search & Seizure • Fingerprinting • Physical Fitness Training • Dispatcher Certification • NIMS + ICS Certification

Industry Credentials Available • CPR/First Aid • National Incident Management System 100, 200, 700, 800 • OSHA 10-Hour Training • ASP Baton Certificate

Contact Us: ECC: ewallace@efcts.us FCC: wmoore@efcts.us

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Career Pathways In the aftermath of 9/11, security has become a top priority. Learn how to keep the peace with careers such as: • Corrections Officer • Federal Officer • Forensics • Homeland Security • Local Police Officer • Military • Security Officer • State Officer

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Culinary Arts

Cook up something good. Occupations in the culinary industry cover a wide range of education and training levels. Get a jump start on continuing education with The American Culinary Federation.

Eastland Career Center

What’s on the menu? Create your own recipe for success at our Culinary Arts! Students will gain handson experience in a variety of methods for preparing creative dishes. Successful students are eligible for college scholarships and credits, allowing students to get a head start in this field. Students also compete in local, state, and national competitions as a part of our Culinary Arts and management teams.

Industry Credentials Available • National Restaurant Association ServSafe • CPR/First Aid

College credits are also available through the (CT)2 process through the Ohio Department of Higher Education. • Central Ohio Technical College • Hocking College Check the ingredients. Students in Culinary Arts learn the basics of culinary terminology and appropriate food preparation techniques, which lay the foundation for advanced skills. Areas of study include: • Appetizers • Garde Manger • Entrees • Culinary & Management Competitions • Desserts, Baking, & Pastry Principles • Menu Planning & Writing • Catering Operations • Restaurant Management & Accounting Career Pathways For those who love to create cuisines, there are many opportunities available, such as: • Caterer • Culinary Restaurant Manager • Executive Chef • Pastry Chef • Personal Chef

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• Restaurant Manager • Sous Chef

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Cyber Security Fairfield Career Center

Be the one they call for help. Our world has never been more connected, and the demand for securing our networks has never been greater! Become a network security professional and join the fight against cyber-attacks with the Cyber Security program at Fairfield Career Center. This two year program is designed around certifications from industry leaders such as CompTIA and Cisco in preparation for the information technology workforce. Students will learn how to design and build computer networks, and enhance their security skills. Interested students should have a strong math and reading foundation. Industry Credentials Available • Cisco Certified Network Associate • Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician • Cisco Certified Routing & Switching • CompTIA Network+

Learn at fiber-optic speed. Get a jump start on college with the availability of college credits through: • Central Ohio Technical College • Columbus State Community College College credits are also available through the (CT)2 process through the Ohio Department of Higher Education. Get the experience. Become skilled at network design in addition to network monitoring and hardening, network penetration testing, physical network security, and social engineering awareness. Prepare for certifications such as Network+, Cisco CCENT, and Security+. Test your skills when you design your own network and learn to craft a virtual fortress around your creations. Areas of study include: • Computer and Network Security • Network Design • Network Configuration • Threat Management • Penetration Testing Career Pathways As computer technology continues to grow, so does the need for qualified employees. Possible careers include: • Consultant • System Administrator • Network Administrator • Network Security Specialist • Penetration Tester • Information Security Analyst

• CompTIA Security+ • CompTIA Strata IT Fundamentals Contact Us: tjames@efcts.us

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Dental Assisting Eastland & Fairfield Career Centers

A career in smiles. Students learn proper chairside procedures and techniques, x-ray exposure, processing and mounting, office management technology, sterilization techniques, and mixing of restorative and impression materials. They work on lab projects such as bleach trays, mouth guards and clear retainers. Clinical experience and professionalism are put into practice at The Ohio State University College of Dentistry. Students can earn State Certification for Dental Assisting, State X-Ray Certificate, and Certification in First Aid and CPR.

Industry Credentials Available • Commission on Ohio Dental Assistants Certificate (CODA) • CPR/First Aid

Dental demand. Occupations in the healthcare industry are in great demand, and cover a wide range of education and training levels. Students with an interest in becoming an EFDA hygienist or dentist can begin their career here and get a jump start on continuing education. Dental variety. The dental assistant’s duties span a variety of areas. Students are made work-ready, and may choose to work in a general dental practice, or specialty fields such as working with children, oral surgery, orthodontics and much more. The Dental Assisting program, located at both Eastland and Fairfield Career Centers, includes studies in: • Chairside Assisting • 4-Handed Dentistry • Sterilization Techniques • Restorative & Impression Materials • Dental Lab Projects • X-Ray Exposure/Processing • X-Ray State Certificate • Digital X-Ray & Intra-Oral Photography • Oral Hygiene Instruction • Computerized Business Practices Career Pathways Dentistry is a unique profession in that there are so many avenues to explore. Think about careers such as: • Certified Lab Technician • Dental Assistant • Dental Hygienist • Dental Insurance Claims Adjuster • Dental Office Manager Dentist

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• Expanded Functions Dental Auxiliary (EFDA)

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Electrical Eastland Career Center

Install a secure future. Students in the Electrical program will learn and use electrical theory and equipment. Skill areas include installation and wiring of entrance panels, circuits, solar systems, fire alarm systems, and controls. Successful students should enjoy science and math, like working with their hands, and have good eye-hand coordination. Apprenticeship opportunities and college credits are available for students in the senior year.

Industry Credentials Available • CPR/First Aid • OSHA 10-Hour Training • NCCER Core • NCCER Level 1

A security system for your future. Many employers are seeking candidates with a two- to four-year degree to work in this field. Get a jump start as an Electrical Trade Center apprentice or in college with the availability of credits through: • Columbus State Community College • Hocking College Power it up. The Electrical program located at Eastland Career Center allows you to combine your love for technology with your desire to understand how it works. Fields of study include: • Installation & Wiring • Commercial Wiring • Residential Wiring • Renewable Energy • Control Wiring • National Electrical Code • Fire Alarm Systems Career Pathways What happens behind the wall? Find out with the Electrical program and career opportunities available such as: • Journeyman Electrician • Fire Alarm & Low Voltage Installers • Line Installer & Repair

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• Electrical Engineer Technician • Electrical Engineer

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Employability Prep

This program offers students with disabilities (ages 16-21) the opportunity for placement into a variety of community job sites. This supported, on-site training program prepares students for future employment by developing the good decision-making and problem-solving skills necessary to meet each student’s and business partner’s needs.

Off-Site

Uncover skills you never knew you had. Employability Prep is for those students looking for a personalized, transitional program to develop positive work habits and other employability skills.

Students must be recommended to this program by supervisors, teachers, work-study coordinators, or other school personnel. In addition, a completed application and tour of the downtown training program are required to be considered for acceptance. Upon acceptance, your interest areas and skills will be considered for placement in an appropriate work experience. Let’s work together. Increase your potential with skills that will prepare you for future employment wherever you go! Skills and benefits from this program include: • Positive work habits • Good decision-making skills • Employability skills • Real-world job experience • Intervention & follow-up • Mentoring • Self-esteem • Self-confidence Career Pathways Gain meaningful work experience through opportunities available as a part of this program. You will learn valuable skills which can easily be applied to careers in: • Automobile Detailing • Childcare • Community Services

Contact Us: rlangel@efcts.us cmckee@efcts.us

• Convention Services • Food Service • Maintenance • Shipping & Receiving

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Environmental Science

Explore. Many career opportunities are available when you complete this program, but you can move ahead quickly with a two- to four-year degree in this field.

Satellite Program at New Albany High School

Discover the world. Environmental Science students focus on the “real science” behind environmental problems and issues in Eastland’s Environmental Science lab and 75-acre Wetland Nature Preserve at New Albany High School. Students also have the opportunity to enroll in geological studies or a year-long research project involving a topic of the student’s choosing. Students interested in this program should have a strong science foundation.

Prepare for adventure. Learn to identify and analyze environmental problems, evaluate the relative risks related to these problems, and examine alternate solutions for resolving and/or preventing them. Students will study biotic and abiotic monitoring procedures, environmental chemistry, and can continue environmental studies at the advanced placement level. Field studies and summer internships are available. Areas of study include: • Biochemistry • Ecosystem Concepts • Environmental Restoration • Risk Assessment • Biomonitoring • Environmental Journalism • Natural Resource Management • Wildlife Research Career Pathways The field of environmental science has opportunities available for scientific minded individuals who are interested in protecting the environment. Examples are: • Compliance Officer • Conservation Specialist • Environmental Scientist • Environmental Technician • Marine Biologist

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• Park Ranger

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Exercise Science Fairfield Career Center

Stretch your potential. Jump into the in-demand field of exercise science. The Exercise Science program is for the student who is interested in helping people prevent injuries or working with patients to help relieve their pain and increase their strength and mobility. Students interested in this program should have a strong science foundation.

Strengthen your future. Occupations in the Exercise Science industry cover a wide range of education and training levels. The Exercise Science program prepares students for the ACSM Personal Trainer Certifcation. Get a jump start on continuing education with the availability of college credits at the following college: • Columbus State Community College Exercise your knowledge. Put your good foundation in science to work as you promote health and help patients. The Exercise Science program includes studies in: • Health Education • Health and Fitness • Anatomy • Physiology • Exercise Programming & Prescription • Safety & First Aid • Rehabilitation & Mobilization of Injury • Massage Techniques & Relaxation • Nutrition • Sports Psychology • Career Exploration • Preparation for Personal Training Exam Career Pathways As the healthcare industry continues to grow, make the diagnosis for your future with these careers:

Industry Credentials Available • CPR/First Aid • American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)

Contact Us: svalentas@efcts.us

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• Athletic Trainer • Exercise Physiologist • Massage Therapist • Occupational Therapist • Occupational Therapist Assistant • Personal Trainer • Physical Therapist • Physical Therapist Assistant • Wellness Coach

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Fashion Merchandising Satellite program at Canal Winchester High School

The business of fashion. This satellite program offered at Canal Winchester High School gives students a unique opportunity to explore the creative side of fashion that is anchored in strong business skills. When most people think about the fashion industry they immediately think of fashion design. Yet there’s so much more that needs to happen for the latest designs to get out into the world and into the hands of the customers who will wear them.

Forecast your future in fashion. The Fashion Merchandising program is designed to stimulate a comprehensive experience of the business of fashion. The experience will bring alive the economics, distribution, promotion, and the retail of fashion from a global perspective. Students who enroll in this program will learn the fundamentals of fashion, fashion merchandising, the forecasting of fashion, and essential strategies of promoting and selling fashion. Upon completion of this program, students could attend college, further developing their design, business, and marketing skills, or be ready for the retail of fashion at the entry level. Sense of style. Students interested in this program should have both a sense of style and an interest in the world of business. Areas of study include: • Leadership & Communications • Business Economics • Marketing Research & Operations • Pricing & Sales • Branding • Product Development • Marketing Fundamentals • Project Management • Data Research & Analysis • Business Ethics and Law • Inventory Management Career Pathways As the fashion industry continues to grow, make the choice for your future with these careers:

Contact Us: tdurkin@efcts.us

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• Catalog Production Manager • Designer • Fashion Buyer • Fashion Director • Merchandise Display Artist • Production Development Manager • Retail Store Manager • Textile Manager

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Graphic Design

Design a plan to succeed. Most employers are seeking candidates with a two- to four-year degree to work in this field. Get on the fast track with the availability of credits at the following colleges:

Eastland Career Center

• Columbus State Community College

Express your artistic side. Combine a love of art with stateof-the-art computer software training to prepare for a career in graphic design. Creativity, originality, and professionalism are stressed as students develop a portfolio of original traditional art and computer graphics pieces for entry into an art/design college or to obtain employment.

• University of Northern Ohio • Central Ohio Technical College • Virginia Marti College of Art & Design Create your future. Students train in a variety of fine art techniques in addition to using computer software, such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe InDesign, to develop desktop publishing and HTML/web design skills. Areas of instruction include: • Computer Graphics • Graphic Design • Vinyl Graphics & Sign Design • Advertising Design • Desktop Publishing • Illustration • Web Design Career Pathways There are a variety of possibilities for individuals interested in designing their own careers in visual arts and communications. Examples include: • 3-D Animator

Industry Credentials Available • Adobe Certified-Using Adobe Illustrator • ACA Print & Digital-Using Adobe InDesign • ACA Visual Communication-Using Adobe Photoshop

• Advertising Designer • Computer Graphics Artist • Graphic Designer • Illustrator • Vinyl Graphic Designer

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• Web Designer

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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration

Heat it up. Today employers are seeking candidates with hands-on experience and a desire to learn to work in this challenging field. A variety of industry certification opportunities are available. Get on the fast track with the opportunity to earn college credits from:

Fairfield Career Center

Keep your cool. Understand more than just how to adjust the thermostat in the HVAC/R program. Students gain skills in heating, cooling, ventilation, refrigeration, and customer service while working toward EPA universal certification on residential and light commercial applications. Students also learn essential technologies for a variety of environments, such as clean room environments, computer rooms, and commercial high-rise buildings.

Industry Credentials Available • OSHA 10-Hour Training • EPA-Refrigerant Recovery Type 1, 2, 3 • EPA-Refrigerant Recovery Universal

Contact Us: ptackett@efcts.us

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• Columbus State Community College • University of Northwestern Ohio College credits are also available through the (CT)2 process through the Ohio Department of Higher Education. Troubleshoot the system. Students interested in this program will learn problemsolving skills in the mechanical, electrical, and design disciplines with the freedom of creative, self-paced learning. The HVAC/R program, located at Fairfield Career Center, allows you to combine your love for technology with your desire to understand how it works. Fields of study include: • Residential/Commercial Cooling • Electrical Schematics • Gas/Electric • Heating Refrigeration Design & Repair • Building Systems Design • Customer Service • Energy Efficiency • Ventilation Systems • HVAC Controls • Blueprint Reading • Residential/Commercial Electricity • Green Energy Applications Career Pathways What happens when you adjust the thermostat? Find out with the HVAC/R program and career opportunities available such as: • HVAC Equipment Installer • HVAC/R Technician • Indoor Air Quality Service Technician • Preventative Maintenance Technician

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Interactive Media Eastland Career Center

Lights, camera, action. This exciting program is designed for enthusiastic students who are creative, like to work with technology, and are not afraid to experiment with new ideas. Students will create video and audio productions, including editing, special effects, animated motion graphics, soundtracks, and sound effects. Students will learn to create videos like a pro… writing scripts, creating storyboards, and operating professional equipment to capture high-quality audio and video.

Industry Credentials Available • Adobe Certified - Using Adobe Illustrator • Adobe Certified - Using Adobe Premiere Pro • ACA Visual Communication - Using Adobe Photoshop Contact Us: tseymour@efcts.us

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That’s a wrap. Most employers are seeking candidates with a two- to fouryear degree to work in this field. Get on the fast track with the availability of credits through the following colleges: • The Art Institute of Pittsburgh • Central Ohio Technical College • Columbus State Community College • The Illinois Institute of Art - Chicago • University of Northwestern Ohio • Virginia Marti College of Art & Design Behind the scenes. With an emphasis on sound and video production, learn how to use the most current technology to create various types of media. The Interactive Media program located at Eastland Career Center allows you to express your artistic side while enhancing your computer expertise. Areas of study include: • Animation • Audio/Video Production • 3D Modeling/Environments • Interactive Digital Media • Motion Graphics • Media Design • Social Media Management • Special Effects • Vector & Bitmap Graphics • Video Operation Career Pathways Gone are the cut-and-paste days of media design. In its place are opportunities for computer savvy individuals to express their creativity. Examples include: • Animator • Film/Video Editor • Graphic Designer • Photographer • Producer/Director • Project Developer • Sound Engineer

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Landscape Design & Management Eastland Career Center

Make some green on the green. Prepare for a career in the horticulture industry through Landscape Design & Management. This is a program for students who are creative, love the outdoors, and desire to grow, build, and maintain outdoor spaces. Students are introduced to a diversity of career opportunities within the year-round green industry. This program will prepare students for careers in landscape design, landscape maintenance, landscape installation, greenhouse management and production, as well as the growing fields of golf course and sports turf management.

Cut above the rest. Students in this program will have the opportunity to design and plan residential and commercial landscape settings, diagnose and prescribe treatment for a variety of turf and landscape diseases, fungi and pests, operate and maintain the wide-range of equipment used in landscaping, and maintain desirable turf and landscapes. Go green. Prepare for a career in the horticulture industry through this program located at Eastland Career Center. The Landscape Design & Management program area of study includes: • Landscape Systems Management • Landscape Design • Turf Science & Management • Landscape Hardscapes Career Pathways The field of Landscape Design has a variety of opportunities for those who have a desire to grow, build, and maintain outdoor spaces. Explore careers such as: • Garden Center Specialist • Greenhouse Operations • Lawn Care Technician • Landscape Installation

Industry Credentials Available • Ohio Certified Nursery Technician - Landscape

• Landscape Design • Landscape Maintenance • Golf/Sports Turf Technician

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Marketing & Logistics Management Satellite Program at Groveport Madison High School

Explore the market. The Marketing & Logistics Management program is ideal for those who dream of owning their own business and have an interest in promoting and selling products and ideas.

This program is designed for enterprising students who are creative and like to work with people. Students enrolled in this program will put theory into practice as they take on the challenge of operating a school store. From writing a marketing plan to deciding which products will be offered, students will play an integral role in the start-up and dayto-day operation of this entrepreneurial venture. Develop a strategy. Most employers are seeking candidates with a two- to four-year degree to work in this field. Get on the fast track with the availability of credits at the following colleges: • Central Ohio Technical College • University of Northwestern Ohio • Columbus State Community College Design your plan. This program, located at Groveport Madison High School, provides an understanding of marketing fundamentals and its relationship to logistics. Areas of study include: • 4 “P”s of Marketing • Customer Service • eMarketing • Global Competition • Materials Handling • Advertising • Distribution Channels • Forecasting • Market Strategy • Purchasing Career Pathways Business is booming, and careers in marketing and logistics are available in all career fields with careers such as:

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• Communications Specialist • E-commerce Specialist • Logistics Manager • Marketing Researcher • Product Manager • Public Relations Specialist

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Medical Office Eastland Career Center

A career that cares. The Medical Office program at Eastland Career Center prepares students to work in many different areas of healthcare. Students will possess the skills needed to apply for various healthcare jobs right after graduation. Your two years in the program will be filled with coursework that trains you for your future in medical office procedures, medical records, medical reports, medical terminology, medical transcription, and medical office software.

Industry Credentials Available • Microsoft Office Specialist-Word 2016 • Microsoft Office Specialist-Word 2016 Expert • Microsoft Office Specialist-Excel 2016 • Microsoft Office Specialist-Powerpoint 2016 • Microsoft Office Specialist-Outlook 2016 • Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) • OSHA 10-Hour Training • CPR/First Aid Contact Us: lkocher@efcts.us

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Experience careers in action. Students take part in field trips, job shadowing, and internships in various healthcare and business settings. They network and meet various healthcare employers in the area. Positions are available in this field directly out of high school. To increase opportunities for advancement, employers recommend a two- to fouryear degree. Successful students can get on the fast track to continuing education with the availability of credits through the following colleges: • Columbus State Community College • University of Northwestern Ohio • Central Ohio Technical College • Hocking College Answer the call. Get a head start on your career in the medical business industry with skills learned in this program. Areas of study include: • Electronic Health Records • First Aid/CPR Training • HIPAA • Medical Billing • Medical Terminology • Medical Office Procedures • Medical Office Software • Medical Transcription Career Pathways Be the glue that holds an office environment together with careers such as: • Healthcare Administrator • Medical Administrative Office Assistant • Medical Office Manager • Patient Billing/Scheduling • Patient Support Assistant • Scheduling Coordinator • Unit Coordinator • Lab Assistant

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Multimedia

Jump on the fast track. Most employers are seeking candidates with a two- to four-year degree to work in this field. Get on the fast track with the availability to earn college credit through the following colleges:

Satellite Program at Pickerington High School North

Find out how websites are born. Combine your love for technology and your creativity into a successful career. Students learn to combine creativity with technical skills to produce compelling experiences focusing on the design and development of websites. Students are exposed to web design, digital media design, digital photography, video/film production, information technology basics, and core business concepts.

• Central Ohio Technical College • Virginia Marti College of Art & Design • Columbus State Community College Get the know-how. Learn how to use the latest technology to create all types of media—from capturing digital images to designing graphic layouts and websites. The Multimedia program at Pickerington High School North allows you to express your artistic side while enhancing your computer expertise. Areas of study include: • Animation • Graphic Design • Digital Video • Digital Media Production • Motion Graphics • Photography • HTML, CSS, jQuery • Web Design Career Pathways Gone are the cut-and-paste days of media design. In its place are opportunities for computer savvy individuals to express their creativity. Examples include: • Graphic Designer • Photographer • UX /UI Designer • Video Editor

Contact Us: drider@efcts.us

• Video Producer • Web Designer • Web Developer

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Nail Services

Attention to detail. Nail technicians go the extra mile to satisfy their clients. Hone your listening and customer service skills, learn time management and salon management, as well as how to work independently.

Fairfield Career Center

Polish your skills. Express your creativity while learning the skills needed to be a successful nail technician. Nail Services students learn how to perform quality manicures, pedicures, and implement the techniques of artificial nail implementations all in a safe and sanitary manner. This one-year senior program is designed to prepare students to take the State Board Licensing Exam required to become a licensed nail technician.

You’re in good hands. The Nail Services program at Fairfield Career Center is hands-on in a state-of-the-art simulated nail salon. This program allows you to learn how to help others feel more confident. Areas of study include: • Acrylic Nails • Gel & Dip Nails • Nail Tips & Overlays • Pedicures • Manicures • Nail structure • Skin disorders of the nail, hand & feet • Bacteriology & Infection control • Salon operations • Tools and equipment in nail treatment • Nail enhancement removal • Health and hygiene • Nail art

Industry Credentials Available • Ohio State Board of Cosmetology Manicurist

Career Pathways Keep up with the trends of the beauty industry with these careers: • Entrepreneur • Instructor • Manager

Contact Us: cnorris@efcts.us

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• Manicurist • Nail Technician • Pedicurist

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Performing Arts

Expand your talent. Get on the fast track with the availability to earn college credit in high school! Credits are available through:

Satellite Program at Reynoldsburg High School - Livingston Campus

• Columbus State Community College

Set the stage. Combine a love of the theatre and the desire for a successful performance career into a reality through the Performing Arts program located at Reynoldsburg High School. The state-of-theart theatre and lab, including a dance studio, scene shop, dressing rooms, and a theatre library, set the stage for many impressive performances. Students of the Performing Arts program have many opportunities to be involved in program productions and are also encouraged to participate in their home school performances.

Contact Us: Acting: tbrowning@efcts.us Dance: glevan@efcts.us

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Learn the techniques. Students choose to focus their studies in acting, dance, music, or technical theatre while studying various aspects of theatre. Areas of study include: • Acting • Choreography • Costume Design • Dance Technique • Directing • Improvisation • Light/Sound Design • Musical Theatre • Playwriting • Set Design • Stage Combat • Stage Management • Theatre & Dance History • Vocal Music Career Pathways Opportunities and earning potential vary greatly in this field. Possible careers include: • Actor • Choreographer • Dancer • Costume/Wardrobe Specialist • Director • Light & Sound Designer • Make-Up Artist • Producer • Set Designer • Stage Manager Students interested in becoming a dance or acting major will be required to audition.

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Pharmacy Fairfield Career Center

Sharing knowledge. Promoting health. As with the medical field in general, the demand for pharmacy technicians is expected to increase faster than the average growth rate over the next decade because of the development of new drugs and an aging population that continues to grow.

Pharmacy technicians assist pharmacists in providing patients with medication and other healthcare services. The program introduces students to the basics of pharmacy practice in various pharmacy settings. Topics include professionalism, medical terminology, Pharmacy, an overview of pharmacy law, and the proper use of drug information resources. Mix it up. Students will learn technical procedures for preparing and dispensing drugs in the hospital and retail settings. Topics include drug packaging and labeling, outpatient/hospital dispensing procedures, non-sterile compounding, aseptic technique, sterile compounding, and medication errors. A dose of knowledge. Gain valuable, real-world, hands-on experiences including preparation for the Certified Pharmacy Technician exam (CPhT). Areas of study include: • Health Science • Pharmacy • Medical Terminology • Medical Techniques • Medical Technology

Industry Credentials Available • Ohio State Board of Pharmacy-Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) (EXPCT)

Career Pathways If you’re interested in the pharmacy technician program, you have the opportunity to explore these career paths: • Pharmacy Technician • Pharmacist • Physician Assistant • Physician

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• Nurse’s Aide • Nurse

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Pre-Engineering

Design your plan. Post-secondary training is recommended in this field. Get on the fast track with the availability of credits from the following colleges:

Eastland Career Center

• Virginia Marti College of Art & Design

Create your future. Students are introduced to all aspects of computer-integrated manufacturing. They will learn about automation, manufacturing processes, computer modeling, computer numerical control (CNC) programming, and manufacturing equipment (mills and lathes). With these skills, students will be able to take a drawing they completed using computer-aided drafting (CAD) software to advanced manufacturing machines and make the object come to life.

• Columbus State Community College College credits are also available through the (CT)2 process through the Ohio Department of Higher Education. Formula for success. Learn how to use the most current technology to create all types of drawings—from paper and pencil sketches to computer-generated blueprints. The skills learned in the Pre-Engineering program located at Eastland Career Center can be used in virtually any industry. Express your artistic side while enhancing your computer expertise with areas of study including: • Technical Illustration • Detail & Assembly Drawing • Computer-Assisted Drafting • Design Modeling • CNC Machining • 3D Modeling • 3D Printing • Manufacturing Basics Career Pathways If you’re interested in what happens before objects are manufactured or built, check out these careers: • CNC Machinist • Fabricator • Industrial Engineer • Mechanical Drafter • Mechanical Engineer

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Pre-Nursing Fairfield Career Center

Doctor’s orders. Students in the Pre-Nursing program gain an overview of the healthcare field. They study body mechanics, infection control and blood borne pathogens, legal issues and communication, therapeutic nutrition, personal care, wellness and disease process, phlebotomy, and advanced nursing skills. With this cross-training of skills, students have the opportunity to work as an entry-level caregiver in a variety of health care settings, including hospitals.

Industry Credentials Available • State Tested Nurse Assistant (STNA) • CPR/First Aid

Contact Us: jjenkins@efcts.us mmaskulinski@efcts.us twhitney@efcts.us

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Students receive training required by the state of Ohio for the State Tested Nurse Aide (STNA) and have the opportunity to take the state test if they meet requirements. American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) and Red Cross Responding to Emergencies training is also offered. Senior students learn advanced patient care skills for the acute care setting and receive child care provider training. Workbased learning is also available for qualified seniors. Students interested in this program should have a strong science foundation and grade-level reading ability. Prognosis: A bright future. Occupations in the healthcare industry cover a wide range of education and training levels. Get a jump start on continuing education with the availability of college credits at the following colleges: • Central Ohio Technical College • Columbus State Community College • Hocking College Knowledge: STAT. Put your good foundation in science to work as you promote health and help patients. The Pre-Nursing program includes studies in: • Human Growth Development • Electrocardiography • Sterile Technique • Wound Care & Dressing • Medical Terminology • Nurse Aide Training • Phlebotomy • Specimen Collection Career Pathways As the healthcare industry continues to grow, make the diagnosis for your future with these careers: • Medical doctor • Nursing assistant • Physician assistant • Radiology technician • Licensed Practical Nurse • Patient Care Technician • Registered Nurse

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Programming & Software Development Eastland Career Center

Explore the possibilities. In this program, students study database design and management, software development, application/ operating systems programming, and web programming. There are projects focused on the application of programming.

Learn at broadband speed. Most employers are seeking candidates with a two- to fouryear degree to work in this field. Get on the fast track with the availability of credits through the following colleges: • Central Ohio Technical College • University of Northwestern Ohio • Columbus State Community College • Hocking College Get in the know. Computers are used in almost every aspect of our lives today: at work, at home, and even in our cars. The Programming & Software Development program at Eastland Career Center can help turn your love for computers into a career. Areas of study include: • Visual Basic.NET, JAVA • Database Administration/Management

This program is comprised of these courses: • Programming • Object-Oriented Programming • Mobile Computing • Web Development Industry Credentials Available • Microsoft Technician Association (MTA)-Database • Microsoft Technician Association (MTA)-Developer Contact Us: mbuziewicz@efcts.us

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• Software Design • Web Development Career Pathways As computer technology continues to grow, so does the need for qualified employees. Become a part of this wide open field with these careers: • Application Developer • Computer Systems Analyst • Database Administrator • Information Systems Manager • Software Engineer • Systems Support Specialist

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Project SEARCH Off-Site Program at Fairfield Medical Center

Start the transition. Project SEARCH is a one year, high school transition program which provides training and education leading to employment for individuals with disabilities. Project SEARCH serves as a workforce alternative for students in their last year of high school. Three elective high school credits can be earned for successful completion of the Project SEARCH program. All students must be eligible for services with the Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities Agency to participate.

Get the skills. The cornerstone of Project SEARCH is total immersion in a business setting. Students report daily to Fairfield Medical Center where they will learn employability skills in the classroom and job skills during three internship rotations. Students participate in monthly progress meetings to define their career goal and plan necessary steps to achieve that goal. If available, students may utilize public transportation. Do the job. Managers at the internship sites work with the Project SEARCH instructor and job trainers to support the students. Students get continual feedback from the internship manager, co-workers, and Project SEARCH staff. Students end their day with reflection, problem solving, planning and journaling their key learnings. The ultimate goal upon program completion is competitive employment utilizing the skills learned on the internships and throughout the program. Sponsored by: • Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools • Fairfield Medical Center • Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities • Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities Agency • Project SEARCH

Contact Us: lferguson@efcts.us

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Teaching Professions Satellite Program at Gahanna Lincoln High School

Head of the class. Use your passion to make a difference in children’s lives and guide them as they learn and grow. The Teaching Professions program located in the state-of-the-art classroom at Gahanna Lincoln High School’s Clark Hall gives you an opportunity to develop skills in designing learning environments and classroom management. In addition to learning in the classroom, students will participate in shadowing experiences, internships, and field trips to prepare for a career as a teacher.

Make the grade. Careers in this field require education beyond high school. Do your homework. The coursework and work-based experience will provide you with a solid foundation for a successful teaching career. Areas of study include: • Understanding the Learning Process • Organizing & Designing Lesson Plans • Creating a Positive Class Environment • Classroom Management • Presenting Effective Lessons • Teaching Methods and Strategies • Portfolio Development • Child Development Get a jump start on college. • CTAG Course (Education Principles) • Students successfully completing a course portfolio could receive Introduction to Education college credit at public universities in Ohio. Career Pathways Get to the head of the class with education-based careers: • Librarian • School Administrator

Industry Credentials Available • CPR/First Aid • OSHA 10-Hour Training • OCTF – Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention • ODJFS Communicable Disease Prevention

• School Counselor • Speech Pathologist • School Psychologist • Teacher Aide • Teacher: Preschool Through High School • University or College Professor • Youth Ministry

Contact Us: rhilderbrand@efcts.us

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Welding Eastland Career Center

Holding it together. Welding is an essential part of the structure of our world. From military bases, space centers, labs, hospitals, factories, and construction sites all around the world to the local welding/repair shop in your home town, welding is in high demand everywhere. Students in this program learn to design, build, and repair projects using many types of welding such as: Shielded Metal Arc, Gas Metal Arc, Gas Tungsten Arc, and Flux Cored Arc.

Industry Credentials Available • American Welding Society (AWS) Certified Welder • OSHA 10-Hour Training

Contact Us: bhuston@efcts.us

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Seniors in the program may begin their welding careers right away, or take their education to a higher level after graduation. Apprenticeship programs are also available after high school. Get on the fast track with the availability of credits from: • Central Ohio Technical College • Columbus State Community College College credits are also available through the (CT)2 process through the Ohio Department of Higher Education. Ignite the torch. Welding is found in virtually every industry and has endless career opportunities. Learn the skills you need to enter a high-tech, in-demand, high-paying career field with skills including: • Blueprint Reading • Tool Use & Safety • Design & Build Projects • Fabrication • Shielded Metal Arc • Gas Metal Arc • Gas Tungsten Arc • Flux Cored Arc • CNC Programming Career Pathways Choose an industry that interests you and puts your welding skills to work. Welders are in high demand in careers such as: • Business Owner • Laser Technician • Metal Artist • Robotics Welder • Sales Representative • Underwater Welder • Welder/Fitter • Welding Technician

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One Day isn’t so far away and by making the decision to attend Eastland-Fairfield you are making your a reality now. Maybe you aren’t 100% certain what you will be doing in the future or maybe you’ve been sure since childhood. No matter where you are at on your journey, be assured that the decision to build a skill, learn a trade, prep for postsecondary, earn a credential and save money is smart. It’s brave. And you’re is on the right track by enrolling in one of our programs. We know you might be nervous. We know you and your family have questions. We know this is a bold decision. That’s why we want to get you ready for the Eastland-Fairfield student experience. We know you might be nervous. We know you and your family have questions. We know this is a bold decision. That’s why we want to get you ready for the Eastland-Fairfield student experience.

The Video Series Our exclusive One Day: The EastlandFairfield Student Experience series follows six of our students as they navigate their day learning their skills, taking academics and balancing life. Each episode focuses on a special topic important to students and families.

Beyond One Day is a podcast to help families go beyond the video series and learn even more about careertechnical education and EFCTS. Each episode of the podcast features a special guest like alumni, parents, teachers, and an associate school counselor, along with the students in the video series. Beyond One Day is hosted by Beth Probst, founder and CEO of At The Core, which was founded to serve students as they prepare to make the very important decisions that surround their transition from high school to their future. You can also listen to the podcast on

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Adult Workforce Development

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Improve Employee Retention Good employees are hard to find. Retaining them can also be a challenge. Offering employees opportunities to advance their skills through customized training can improve employee satisfaction and loyalty. A small investment in training existing employees can offset the costs associated with excessive overtime and high turnover rates due to low employee morale. Improve Productivity Improved productivity translates into increased profits. An investment in the skills of your existing workforce can increase productivity to allow for additional orders and increased revenues. Customized training can focus on the specific skills needed to improve cycle times and eliminate unnecessary waste. It can also improve the quality of performance and customer satisfaction. Train at your facility… or our facility We have education centers located minutes from downtown Columbus or Lancaster. Each center includes state-of-the-art computer labs and meeting rooms with easy access from major interstates and highways. Our instructors will travel! When the need exists, our instructors are able to travel to your facility to provide on-site training. We recognize the fact that some training should occur in the same work environment as the work itself. We also recognize the challenges of forcing employees to travel away from work for training.

Remove language barriers Do you have a language barrier in your workplace? We can help! English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) courses are available to improve communication skills. Improve computer skills Do your employees struggle with Word documents or Excel spreadsheets? If so, we can teach them everything from the basics to the most advanced. Assess the skills of your potential new hires Would you like to assess the employability skills of your potential new hires before your hire them? Hiring a new employee can be quite an investment. We provide WorkKeys assessment services to employers who want to know what their employee candidates can do before they offer them a position.

We’ve provided customized training for: • Bob Evans Corporate Offices • Central Ohio Transit Authority • Columbus Catholic Diocese • Columbus Regional Airport • Corna Kokosing • Fairfield County Auditor’s Office • Fairfield County WorkNet • Gorsuch Realty • Jewish Family Services • Nationwide Children’s Hospital • United States Postal Service • Whitehall City Auditor • and more…

Popular customized training areas: • Computer Courses • Welding • HVAC • CNC Machining • Electricity/Electronics • Construction • Safety • Industrial Maintenance

Contact Info: For more information regarding customized training, contact: Todd Hoffman, Supervisor Adult Workforce Development 4300 Amalgamated Place Groveport, OH 43125 (614) 836.4541 ext. 1560 thoffman@efcts.us

• Facilities Maintenance • ESOL Classes

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Customized Training

The training you want, when you need it For more than 20 years, Eastland-Fairfield Adult Workforce Development has delivered customized support to business, industry, and government agencies throughout Central Ohio. Regardless of your specific needs, our professional staff can work with you to identify your needs, develop a training plan, and deliver that training at a time convenient for you and at an affordable cost.

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Welding Adult Workforce Development Center  |  Adult Training

Life’s good, under the hood. Whether you realize it or not, the work of a welder touches every aspect of our lives. If you are looking for a new and fulfilling profession – put on your gloves and get started today!

Students in this program will learn various skills, such as blueprint reading, metal fabrication methods, cutting, and welding processes. This program blends classroom and hands-on training to teach students the common manual and semi-automatic welding processes. Fabricating your future. The Welding industry is growing at a rapid pace and needs highly-trained individuals. Students in this program are made work-ready and are able to choose employment in a number of fields such as construction, manufacturing and maintenance shops, ship yards, steel erection operations, and much more! Expertise you can bond with. Prepare for a career in the welding industry through this program located at the Eastland Career Center. The Welding program includes studies in: • Safety • Welding fabrication principles • Gas metal arc welding • Flux cored arc welding • Advanced welding systems • Materials science/inspection/testing • Welding detail drawings • Shielded metal arc welding • Oxygen acetylene, plasma, arc gouging cutting • Gas tungsten arc welding

Contact Us: awdadmissions@efcts.us EastlandFairfield.com (614) 836.4541

Skills for Now. Skills for Life.

Location: Eastland Career Center 4465 S. Hamilton Road Groveport, OH 43125

Start Date: May 2020 Program Costs: Tuition/Fees: $8,136 Books/Supplies: $364 Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

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Class Schedule: Monday – Thursday 5:00pm – 10:00pm 680 hours For Gainful Employment information, go to: EastlandFairfield.com

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Network and Cybersecurity Specialist Adult Workforce Development Center  |  Adult Training

Be the one they call for help. The Network and Cybersecurity Specialist program prepares students for employment in the network and cybersecurity specialty areas of the Information Technology field. The network and cybersecurity industry is growing at a faster than average rate. Students in this program are made work-ready, and may choose to work in computer repair, network set up and maintenance, cyber security, and more!

Contact Us: awdadmissions@efcts.us EastlandFairfield.com (614) 836.4541

Skills for Now. Skills for Life.

Location: Adult Workforce Development Center 4300 Amalgamated Place Groveport, OH 43125

Start Dates: October 2019

Get the experience. Training in our state-of-the-art facility allows students to experience the professional environments they can expect after graduation. Students in this program also complete an externship at our partnering businesses. Earn the certifications. Prepare for a career in network and cybersecurity through this program located at the Adult Workforce Development Center. The Network and Cybersecurity Specialist program allows students the opportunity to earn the following certifications: • CompTIA IT Fundamentals • CompTIA A+ • CompTIA Network+ • CompTIA Security+ • CySA+ • CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner+

Class Schedules: 600 hours

Program Costs: Tuition/Fees $8,638 Books/Supplies $1,362 Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

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Monday – Thursday 8:00am – 1:30pm For Gainful Employment information, go to: EastlandFairfield.com

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Multicraft Maintenance Adult Workforce Development Center  |  Adult Training

Maintaining your business is our business. Multicraft Maintenance Technicians ensure that the mechanical systems and equipment within a building remain running like welloiled machines. This program combines classroom and practical experience to prepare students to enter the profession and to have the knowledge and ability needed to advance to a managerial position or entrepreneurship related to the maintenance field.

Contact Us: awdadmissions@efcts.us EastlandFairfield.com (614) 836.4541

Skills for Now. Skills for Life.

Location: Eastland Career Center 4465 S. Hamilton Road Groveport, OH 43125

Start Date: August 2019

Expect the best. The Multicraft Maintenance industry is rapidly growing as employers are seeking qualified individuals to maintain their facility from the inside. Students in this program are made work-ready and may choose to work in a wide variety of facilities. Experience excellence. Prepare for a career in the maintenance industry through this program located at the Eastland Career Center. The Multicraft Maintenance program includes studies in: • Workplace safety • Hand tools/power tools • Green environment • Blueprint reading • Shielded metal arc welding • Oxyfuel and plasma cutting • Programmable logic controllers • Electrical control systems & 480/3PH • Hydraulics, pneumatics, & industrial mechanics • CNC machining

Program Costs: Industrial Track Tuition/Fees: $10,630 Books/Supplies: $370 Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

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Class Schedule: Monday – Thursday 5:00pm – 10:00pm 900 hours

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Medical Assisting Adult Workforce Development Center  |  Adult Training

Healing hands. Caring hearts. Medical Assistants enjoy an exciting career that is both essential and influential in the health and well-being of the public. Students in this program will learn various skills, such as managing patient medical records, assisting with examinations, laboratory procedures, administering medication, and electrocardiography.

Contact Us: awdadmissions@efcts.us EastlandFairfield.com (614) 836.4541

Skills for Now. Skills for Life.

Location: Fairfield Career Center 3985 Coonpath Road NW Carroll, OH 43112

Start Date: August 2019

Training in our state-of-the-art facility allows students to experience the professional environments they can expect after graduation. Clinical experience and professionalism are put into practice during an externship at our partnering medical offices. The future of healthcare. Occupations in the health care industry are in high demand and cover a wide range of education and training levels. Students are made work-ready and may choose to work in physicians’ offices, hospitals, and other health care facilities. Areas of study include: • Anatomy & physiology • Infection control & hazards management • General office procedures • Patient examinations • Nutrition • Medical database • Medical emergencies & facility safety • Laboratory procedures • Medications • Pathology • Phlebotomy

Program Costs: Tuition/Fees: $9,296 Books/Supplies: $1,248 Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

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Class Schedule: Monday – Thursday 8:00am – 2:45pm 900 hours For Gainful Employment information, go to: EastlandFairfield.com

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HVAC Adult Workforce Development Center  |  Adult Training

Let’s clear the air. Step outside and take advantage of the challenging, yet satisfying career that awaits you in HVAC. Those employed in this field benefit from an array of opportunities for employment as well as advancement. Students in this program will learn various skills, such as HVAC terminology, refrigeration and electrical applied theory, safe field procedure, and mechanical and electrical operation. This program combines classroom and hands-on training to teach students how to install, operate, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain climate control equipment.

Contact Us: awdadmissions@efcts.us EastlandFairfield.com (614) 836.4541

Skills for Now. Skills for Life.

Location: Eastland Career Center 4465 S. Hamilton Road Groveport, OH 43125

Turn up the heat on your career. The HVAC industry is growing at a faster than average rate. Students in this program are made work-ready and may choose to work in commercial and residential heating/ cooling, industrial refrigeration, and facility maintenance departments. Turn to the experts. Prepare for a career in the HVAC industry through this program located at the Eastland Career Center. The HVAC program includes studies in: • Workplace safety • Refrigeration and air conditioning • Basic tools and equipment • Air distribution • Basic electricity • Load calculations • Heating and ventilation equipment • Single/split phase – ECM, 3-phase motors • Basic piping and tubing skills • Basic digital controls

Start Dates: November 2019 April 2020 Program Costs: Tuition/Fees: $10,348 Books/Supplies: $427 Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

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Class Schedule: Monday – Friday 8:00am – 1:30pm 900 hours

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Dental Assisting Adult Workforce Development Center  |  Adult Training

Something to smile about. Dental Assistants are a vital part of the dental care team. They ensure that procedures are performed smoothly, efficiently, and comfortably. Students learn chairside procedures and techniques, x-ray exposure, processing, mounting, office-management technology, sterilization techniques, and mixing restorative and impression materials. Training in our state-of-theart facility provides students exposure to the professional environments they can expect in the workplace.

Contact Us: awdadmissions@efcts.us EastlandFairfield.com (614) 836.4541

Skills for Now. Skills for Life.

Location: Fairfield Career Center 3985 Coonpath Road NW Carroll, OH 43112

Start Date: August 2019

Clinical experience and professionalism are put into practice during an externship at our partnering dental offices. Beyond your expectations. Occupations in the healthcare industry are in high demand, and cover a wide range of education and training levels. Students are made work-ready and may choose to work in a general dental practice or specialty fields. Areas of study include: • Chairside assisting • 4-handed dentistry • Sterilization techniques • Restorative & impression materials • Dental lab projects • X-ray exposure/processing • X-ray state certificate • Digital x-ray & intra-oral photography • Oral hygiene instruction • Computerized business practices

Program Costs: Tuition/Fees: $10,335 Books/Supplies: $715 Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

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Class Schedule: Monday – Thursday 11:00am – 5:45pm 900 hours For Gainful Employment information, go to: EastlandFairfield.com

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CNC Machining Adult Workforce Development Center  |  Adult Training

Turning dreams into reality. CNC operators play an important role in the manufacturing industry. These individuals use CNC machine tools to produce precision and intricate parts. If you have an eye for detail and are interested in a career that offers excellent opportunities for growth, this field may be for you!

Design your future. Occupations in the manufacturing industry are in high demand and cover a wide-range of education and training levels. Students are made work-ready and may choose to work in factories, aerospace, automotive, machine shops, and more! Committed to quality. Prepare for a career in CNC Machining through this program located at the Eastland Career Center. The CNC Machining program includes studies in: • Workplace safety • CAD/CAM software • Materials science, inspecting, and testing • Milling • Machining • Engineering drawings • Programming and operation • Turning

Contact Us: awdadmissions@efcts.us EastlandFairfield.com (614) 836.4541

Skills for Now. Skills for Life.

Location: Eastland Career Center 4465 S. Hamilton Road Groveport, OH 43125

Start Date: August 2019 Program Costs: Tuition/Fees: $7,775 Books/Supplies: $500 Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

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Class Schedule: Monday – Thursday 5:00pm – 10:00pm 750 hours For Gainful Employment information, go to: EastlandFairfield.com

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Basic Police Officer Training Adult Workforce Development Center  |  Adult Training

Put your hands up… If you’re ready for a new career. The Basic Police Officer Training program prepares students to become certified peace officers in the State of Ohio. This program follows a curriculum set forth by the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC). Students will learn various skills, such as ethics and professionalism, firearms, gang awareness, motor vehicle offenses, terrorism awareness, subject control techniques, and the Ohio Revised Code.

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Location: Eastland Career Center 4465 S. Hamilton Road Groveport, OH 43125

Start Dates: TBA

Building safer communities together. Occupations in the law enforcement industry are in high demand and cover a wide range of education and training levels. Students are made work-ready and may choose to work in local and state law enforcement agencies, private investigation, and other types of protection agencies. Commitment and excellence. Prepare for a career in law enforcement through this program located at the Eastland Career Center. The Basic Police Officer Training program includes studies in: • Legal • Human Relations • Subject Control Techniques • Firearms • Driving • Patrol • Homeland Security • Physical Conditioning • Investigation • Traffic

Class Schedules: 746 hours*

Program Costs: Tuition/Fees: $6,275* Books/supplies are not included in tuition. Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

Mon – Fri, some weekends 8:00am – 1:30pm (day) 5:00pm – 10:30pm (evening) For Gainful Employment information, go to: EastlandFairfield.com

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Aspire Adult Workforce Development Center  |  Adult Training

A no-cost opportunity to improve skills.

Our Aspire adult education program offers FREE academic skills instruction, which can help you: • increase employability skills • learn English as a second language • earn a High School Equivalency • prepare to enter post-secondary education • and much more! We offer flexible scheduling at our many locations near Columbus, including Groveport, Whitehall, Reynoldsburg, and Lancaster. Computer-based instruction is also available to assist you in preparing for the high school equivalency and other academic entrance or employment tests. Increase your earning potential. Whether your goal is to earn your High School Equivalence Diploma, prepare for college, learn a second language, or improve your skills to advance your career, our experienced and knowledgeable instructors will prepare you to take that next step towards fulfilling your goals. Participation in our tuition-free program guarantees an excellent return on investment.

Learn More. Earn More.

Did you know? Students who earn their High School Equivalency Diploma can easily transition to one of our full-time credentialed programs at Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools – Adult Workforce Development.

Contact Us: EastlandFairfield.com (614) 836.4541

Skills for Now. Skills for Life.

Registration Details Career and College Preparation and High School Equivalency Courses Individuals who wish to enroll in classes must attend a mandatory, three-day orientation.

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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Individuals who wish to enroll in classes must attend a mandatory, two-day testing session.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools Adult Workforce Development accredited? Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools Adult Workforce Development (EFCTS-AWD) is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE). Who can enroll in classes? Students must be at least 18 years of age or at least 21 years of age for the Basic Police Officer Training program. They must also have a high school diploma or GED/high school equivalency certificate. Homeschooled students must contact the Student Services Office for instructions on required documentation. How do I register for classes? Refer to the admission procedures on page 6. Do you offer online classes? We do not currently offer online or hybrid courses. Do students receive certifications or certificates of completion for attending classes? All full-time programs at EFCTS-AWD allow students the opportunity to earn industry recognized credentials.

Where is EFCTS-AWD located?

Can I obtain financial aid to attend EFCTS-AWD? Financial aid is available through a variety of sources for qualified individuals in full-time programs.

How do I register for English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) courses? To register, visit www.EastlandFairfield.com/aspire, or call (614) 836.4541 for more information.

When is the deadline to register? Register as soon as possible after you decide which course you would like to take. Space is limited in many of our classes.

Is career counseling available? A certified counselor is on staff to provide assistance with barrier intervention and guidance. Does EFCTS-AWD offer high school equivalency testing? For information about test locations and registration, please call (614) 836.4541. How do I register for career and college preparation, and high school equivalency preparation courses? To register, visit www.EastlandFairfield.com/aspire, or call (614) 836.4541 for more information.

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Adult Workforce Development Center 4300 Amalgamated Place Groveport, OH 43125 Eastland Career Center 4465 South Hamilton Road Groveport, OH 43125 Fairfield Career Center 3985 Coonpath Road NW Carroll, OH 43112 Do you provide transportation? Students must provide their own transportation. Contact COTA for bus route information.

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Disability Services

The Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools Adult Workforce Development Center (AWDC) is committed to providing an accessible environment for all its students in both academic and nonacademic programs as required by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Students with disabilities have the right to: • Access courses, programs, services, activities, and facilities • Work, learn, and receive reasonable accommodations, academic adjustments, and/or auxiliary aids and services • Confidentiality about their disability, except as disclosures are required/permitted by law.

Procedures for Requesting Reasonable Accommodations It is the responsibility of the student to submit all necessary documentation of a disability for review prior to receiving any accommodations. The AWDC requires documentation be comprehensive and reflective of the student’s current functioning. 1. Provide documentation - The AWDC accepts documentation from treating professionals as valid if the date of the service/testing is within three to five years from the time of admission into the program. A copy of the student’s high school IEP or 504 Transition plan can prove helpful. Student Services will review the documentation and identify, in consultation with the student, on a case-by-case basis, the range of reasonable accommodations. 2. Request accommodation - The student must meet with the Career Counselor to request an accommodation. Services and accommodations will not be offered until a student makes this request and attends this meeting. It is in the student’s best interest to make this request as early as possible. 3. Receive a letter of accommodation Once the request is received and analyzed with the student, the Career Counselor will generate a letter to be provided to the Student’s educators outlining what reasonable accommodation(s) has/have been determined to be appropriate.

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4. Follow up with educators - It is important that the student communicate with his/her instructors about the specifics of his/her accommodations. Examples might include determining arrangements for extended time testing and/or testing in a private testing area, etc. 5. Contact Student Services for further assistance – If the accommodation(s) a student is currently receiving should be revisited, or should a student encounter resistance to the accommodations for which they are eligible, he/she should contact the Student Services Career Counselor. Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools’ officers, agents, and financial aid professionals will act, speak, and behave with students, co-workers, and the public in a manner that exemplify the school’s policies of inclusion, fairness, and honesty. Any student who is not in agreement with the reasonable accommodations they are afforded may request an informal review by the Adult Workforce Development Center Director or utilize the Section 504 Grievance procedure. Contact the Career Counselor Lisa Duckworth lduckworth@efcts.us (614) 836.4541 www.EastlandFairfield.com

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Student Services

Student Services We provide career counseling and barrier intervention for prospective and current students. Services include assisting full-time students with: • Employability skills • Learning, studying, and test taking • Managing and/or overcoming barriers to school and employment success • Identifying training programs that best suit their ability, skills, and interests. Employability Skills Instructors help develop the occupational skills necessary for employment. Some students may need one-on-one assistance to better prepare them in pursuing and obtaining employment. The Career Counselor is available to assist students throughout the program as well as post-graduation.

Learning, Studying, and Test Taking Successfully completing a program and starting a new career are big milestones in one’s life. Three things that can have a huge impact on your ability to succeed are: learning the material and skills, study habits, and the ability to retain information. These areas can be challenging for some students, but the instructors and student services staff are here to assist.

Contact the Career Counselor Lisa Duckworth lduckworth@efcts.us (614) 836.4541 www.EastlandFairfield.com

Barrier Intervention Hurdles in any area of life can get in the way of your ability to do well in school and at work. It’s important to address practical issues like finances, housing, medical and dental care, child care, and transportation to maintain good attendance and concentrate on your studies. The Career Counselor assists students with managing or overcoming barriers that may impede succeeding in school or in the workplace. Please connect with the Career Counselor if you have any concerns.

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Financial Aid

What is Financial Aid? Financial aid provides funding for qualified students through a variety of sources, each with its own eligibility and application guidelines. Our staff will help you navigate the financial aid process, such as filing applications for federal programs and completing required loan documents. Most financial aid work can be completed online at home or in our Student Services Office. What Types of Financial Aid are Available? Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools offer students enrolled in full-time credentialed programs four forms of Federal Student Aid: Pell Grants, Direct Subsidized Loans, Direct Unsubsidized Loans, and Direct Parent Loan to Undergraduate Student (PLUS) Loans. Pell Grant A Federal Pell Grant is based on financial need. This grant is part of the Title IV entitlement of the Higher Education Act of 1965. Since the Federal Pell Grant is an entitlement, it does not have to be repaid, if the student completes his/her program.

Federal Direct Student Loans Students and parents can apply for three types of Federal Direct Loans, including: Subsidized, Unsubsidized, and Parent PLUS. Each of these loans have a fixed interest rate and can be repaid over a period of 10-25 years, depending on the repayment plan you choose. Interest rates for all Federal Direct Loans are set each spring for new loans being made in the upcoming award year. These rates are tied to financial markets and are fixed for the life of the loan. The amounts that students can borrow are determined by their dependency status. Student borrowers are not required to undergo a credit check. Parent borrowers must apply for PLUS loans and their credit is checked during that process. Students whose parents are turned down for PLUS loans may be able to borrow more money than their dependency status normally permits. Direct Subsidized Loan - A Direct Subsidized Loan is available to eligible students with financial need. The Federal Government pays the interest on the loan while the student is in school or in the grace period following the class. The student is allowed a six month grace period after leaving school before repayment must begin. Students who first borrowed subsidized loans after July 1, 2013 can only receive subsidized loans for 150 percent of the published length of their current program.

Direct Unsubsidized Loan - Eligibility for this loan is not based on financial need. The borrower can pay the interest while in school, during grace and deferment periods, or the interest can be accrued and added to the principal at the time of repayment. Direct Parent Loan to Undergraduate Student (PLUS) Loans - The Direct PLUS Loan is not based on financial need, but the borrower must be creditworthy. The amount of a PLUS loan cannot exceed the student’s cost of attendance minus other financial aid. Other financial assistance options may be available to students from one or more of the following government programs: • Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation • Trade Adjustment Act • Veteran Benefits • Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act We also offer payment plans. Contact the Financial Aid Administrator Mandy Smith msmith@efcts.us (614) 836.4541 www.EastlandFairfield.com

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General Information

Full-time Programs Admission Requirements Applicants seeking enrollment must: • Be at least 18 years of age and cannot be enrolled in high school; at least 21 years of age for Basic Police Officer Training program • Have a high school diploma or GED/high school equivalency certificate. Homeschooled students must contact the Student Services Office for instruction on required documentation.

To register for full-time programs: • Secure funding/complete payment obligation: • For Federal Student Aid, file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and complete all additional requirements for Title IV funding • For self-pay provide down payment for tuition & fees, plus optional school provided books & supplies • For third party funding sources, provide supporting documentation Documents provided in a language other than English should be translated to English. • Create a student profile at www.EastlandFairfield.com under the Adult Workforce menu • Submit a registration form along with a $75 non-refundable registration fee

A quality educational choice – where people like to be and everyone can succeed

To register for Career & College Preparation and High School Equivalency courses: • Individuals who wish to enroll must attend a mandatory, three-day orientation. • Visit www.EastlandFairfield.com/aspire to register or call (614) 836.4541 for more info. To register for English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) courses: • Individuals who wish to enroll must attend a mandatory, two-day testing session. • Visit www.EastlandFairfield.com/aspire to register or call (614) 836.4541 for more info. Prospective students that would like to meet or talk with an instructor, the Financial Aid Administrator, or Career Counselor should contact the Student Services Office at (614) 836.4541.

• Create an Ohio Means Jobs account

VISION

• Undergo a BCI background check at the Adult Workforce Development Center located at 4300 Amalgamated Place in Groveport. BPOT registrants will receive separate background check instructions.

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• Provide a high school diploma or official transcript, or GED/high school equivalency certificate. Homeschooled students must contact the Student Services Office for instruction on required documentation.

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• Provide proof of required vaccinations/ immunizations and TB test results (Dental/Medical Assisting only) • Complete a scheduled academic assessment

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• Attend a mandatory new student orientation Admission to the BPOT program requires additional procedures. Information is provided by the Student Services Office upon request and at the time of registration.

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