Greene County Career Center will host a College and Career Fair on March 6 from 5-7 p.m. in the cafeteria. The event is open to students from all Greene County schools and will include representatives from area colleges and universities, career colleges, armed forces and apprenticeship programs.
Adrianna Holley, a Xenia senior from the Information Technology program, placed first in Word Processing Skills at the recent Business Professionals of America Regional Leadership Conference to lead all Greene County Career Center students. Holley advances to the BPA State Leadership Conference and competition in Columbus on March 16-17.
Led by three second place finishers at the District 4 regional event, the Beavercreek Marketing program will be sending nine competitors to the DECA State Leadership Conference in March. Sarah Alcorn, Nathaniel Casterline, Konner Curran, Michael Joiner, Aly Petering, Megan Shively, Jared Buckingham, Kelsey Hamblin and Jacob Reeves earned berths to represent Beavercreek High School and GCCC.
Fifteen Health Science students have advanced to the HOSA State Conference where they will compete in a variety of team and individual skills events. The State Conference will be held April 19-20 at the University of Toledo. HOSA is a national organization that provides networking, leadership and skill development opportunities for students in health-related career pathways.
Students who have achieved excellence in their career-technical program and academic classes are honored quarterly with honor roll status. Click through to see the list of students who earned such recognition for Fall Quarter, 2015.