The Medina County Career Center is proud of our many students that spent part of their spring and summer competing as part of their program’s Career Technical Student Organization.
Students are encouraged to be involved at MCCC. A great way to do that is through their program’s CTSO. Students learn to advance their skills through these competitions and MCCC had 147 students advance from their CTSO regional competitions to their CTSO State competitions. The CTSO National Competitions saw 14 MCCC competitors with 6 students placing in the Top 10 Nationally, and 1 student was in the Top 10 International Competition! Our students represented MCCC with pride this competition season! Learn more about MCCC’s Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO).
Business Professionals Association National Winners:
- Aaron Niedermyer, Cybersecurity & Digital Forensics, placed in the Top 10 in the “Server Administration Using Microsoft” National Competition.
- Conner Szakacs, Software Engineering & Web Development, placed 3rd in the “Fundamentals of Web Design” National Competition.
Educators Rising National Winners:
- Isabelle Casella & Allison Zerr, Juniors in Teaching Professions, placed 1st in the “Teacher Created Materials” National Competition.
Healthcare Occupation Students of America International Winner:
- Corrine Haberny, Diversified Medical Technologies, placed in the Top 10 in the International Clinical Nursing competition.
SkillsUSA National Winner:
- Levi Farnsworth, Power Equipment Technology, placed 3rd in the “Power Equipment Technology” National Competition.
FFA Agricultural Education State Winners who placed 1st in the Animal Management Competition:
- Gabrielle Reck, also placed 1st in the individual animal management competition.
- Ruby Olivier
- Lauren Nocifera
- Trinity Trott, also placed 3rd in the individual animal management competition.
- Tori Tessmer
- Brook Vargo
- Ciara May
- Aubrey Terrell
FFA Agricultural Education State Winners who placed 1st in the Grooming Competition:
- Trinity Trott, also placed 1st in the individual grooming competition.
- Kaelynn Stefan, also placed 3rd in the individual grooming competition.
Future Farmers of America will hold their National Competition this fall, and we wish our students the best of luck!