The MCCC Road Show!
Over four weeks, school presentations were made to over 1,800 sophomore students throughout Medina County school districts: Black River, Brunswick, Buckeye, Cloverleaf, Highland, and Medina. Coordinator of Enrollment Services and Associate School Liaison Christopher Kalina and Real-World Learning Coordinator Danielle McMaster, and Enrollment Services Administrative Assistant Carol Hawley along with MCCC student ambassadors provided creative and positive educational opportunities to 10th grade students in Medina County.
Don’t miss your chance to enroll early for the 2023-2024 school year! Mark your calendar for the MCCC First Chance Application Night events scheduled for February 2 & 8, 2023 | 6p – 8p. Students are strongly encouraged to apply as early as possible. Space is Limited! Learn more here
Project Lead the Way Collaboration
The Medina County Career Center hosted Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Collaboration Day on November 10, 2022. Middle School & High School PLTW teachers from Brunswick, Buckeye, Highland, Medina, and Saint Ambrose collaborated about MCCC- sponsored PLTW classes and curriculum and discussed student activities and events. The county PLTW team was joined by Miranda Szink, the PLTW Director of School Success for Ohio. Attendees enjoyed a meal prepared by the Chef & Restaurant Management students.
Medina County Career Center proudly offers Project Lead the Way (PLTW) programming to associate schools through Medina County to provide a transformative learning experience for students and teachers in the Brunswick, Buckeye, Medina, and Saint Ambrose school districts. Community & Satellite Programs
Toys for Tots
Construction Trades and Teaching Professions students are sponsoring a collection for new and unwrapped toys this holiday season! This event runs November 13 – December 2, 2022. Toys can be dropped off in bins located near the MCCC High School office.
Vision Care students organized a school-wide food drive for the Akron Canton Regional Food Bank. All career-technical education majors were challenged with a donut party for the most collected items. The final count was over 1,600 food items! Congratulations Criminal Justice students for winning the challenge!
Wreaths Across America
Each year, instructor Darin Lewis leads his Automotive Technology students in remembering and honoring our veterans through Wreaths Across America.