Chloe Wolfe and Taylor Baughn, both seniors in our Health Science Academy, hold up sweatshirts presented to their CC+ Research Writing class. Liz Cicchetti from Sinclair Community College welcomed the class to college academics. The CC+ Research Writing class earns students college credit that can be used at Sinclair or at most colleges and universities in Ohio.
The Veterinary Science team of Makayla Dean, Gavin Estes, Shelby White and Laura Lewis placed recently second nationally in Animal Health at The Big E, a career development event sponsored by FFA. The group was ranked first in the Team Presentation subcategory. The competition was held in West Springfield, Massachusetts. The Veterinary Science program at GCCC is taught by Dr. Kelly Rickabaugh.
A group of regional partners has been awarded a $50,000 Local Government Innovation Fund grant from the Ohio Development Services Agency to fund a study to examine an aerospace engineering training center to benefit high school and adult students in Greene County and the surrounding region. Greene County Career Center has been identified as the project lead in conjunction with identified collaborative partnerships of Beavercreek City Schools, Clark State Community College, Wright State University plus business partners Aerospace Professional Development Center, Peerless Technologies and The Greentree Group. All Greene County School Superintendents have indicated their support for the project as have various education, government and private industry partners.