Career Based Intervention (CBI)

The Career-Based Intervention Program is designed to help students improve academic competency, develop professional skills, and implement a career plan that will serve them on the path to graduation and beyond. The CBI program at utilizes a combination of in-class and on-site learning opportunities to maximize student success.

Middle School Career Development

Medina County Career Center provides activities and experiences for 7th and 8th grade students throughout the country to help each student achieve future career success.

7th Grade Career Exploration
Students are assisted with the process of self-assessment and connections to future careers.  Student identify their interests, strengths, and preferences and learn how these characteristics and attributes relate to future career choices.

8th Grade Tours
Students explore the many career choices available to them in the future.  They are encouraged to research post-secondary educational requirements and training, along with setting up a time to job-shadow careers of interest.

Manufacturing Awareness Week

Medina County Manufacturing Partners (MCMP) and the Medina County Career Center (MCCC) collaborations provides a series of workshops showing students the various career paths in manufacturing. Students begin their day at MCCC and travel to host manufacturing facilities for a series of hands-on, visual and interactive workshops. Students learn about the variety of manufacturing career paths including engineering, tool & die, precision machining, quality, supply chain, sales, office administration, industrial automation, and more.

Project Lead the Way (PLTW)

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.

PLTW courses are designed to help students develop and apply in-demand, transportable skills by exploring real-world challenges. Through PLTW pathways in computer science, engineering and biomedical science, students learn technical skills as well as ways to solve problems, think critically and creatively, communicate and collaborate.

To learn more about Satellite Programs, please contact Kristy Dobes, Director of Student Services/Satellite Programming at 330.725.8461 x334