The Medina County Career Center is committed with a continuing relationship with our community.
Highly-qualified individuals who provide industry-appropriate recommendations for continuous improvement of career-technical programs.
Area employers are invited to submit job postings to the MCCC Career Coordinator for distribution to our current and former students.
Use the Safe School Helpline to report threats of violence, suicide and illegal activity that could harm children in our school. Your call is private, confidential, and anonymous.
The Medina County CHALLENGE - Groups engage in activities and initiatives that encourage critical thinking and risk taking.
We love to hear from our graduates - tell us what you are doing today how MCCC impacted your career!
Online auctions may include furniture, educational items, equipment, and more.
A recent study released by the Fordham Institute indicated that students who were exposed to CTE were more likely to attend college and earn higher wages.