Medina County Career Center is one of 36 Full-Service Centers in the state that works to train and retrain Ohio’s work force. Please select one of the following topics to learn about the services and training MCCC can provide to you and your organization. Effective October 1, 2021 all part time courses must be paid in full at the time of registration.
The Medina County Career Center is a smoke-free environment.
The Medina County Career Center reserves the right to cancel, postpone or combine courses before or on the first night of class. Courses that do not attain the required minimum enrollment may be cancelled.
The Medina County Career Center is fully handicapped accessible including physically impaired automatic access doors at both the front and rear entrances. Handicapped restroom facilities are on each floor and an elevator is at the northeast entrance of the building.
WITHDRAWALS and REFUNDS
Registration does not automatically carry with it the right of a refund or reduction of indebtedness in cases of inability to attend class or in cases of withdrawal. The student assumes the risk of all changes in business or personal affairs.
NON-SUFFICIENT FUND CHECKS
Any check, regardless of the amount, returned to the Medina County Career Center for insufficient funds will be given to the proper authorities and an additional $35 charge will be assessed.
Students are required to equip themselves with the necessary protective clothing and safety glasses and to adhere to all school and lab regulations. Certain risks may be involved in each course described herein. Students who do not have proper safety equipment, as deemed by the course instructor, will not be permitted to engage in activities which will put them at risk. The Medina County Career Center shall not be liable for any losses or injury, whatsoever, to persons or property arising from enrollment in any course described herein. By registering for a course, the registrant acknowledges the assumption of those risks and releases the Medina County Career Center from any liability whatsoever. Specific courses or activities may require registrants to sign a separate waiver of liability and release. Students enrolled in courses offered through the Adult Education Department are subject to the Medina County Career Center regulations and policies including those pertaining to student conduct and discipline.
When school is closed, due to inclement weather, television stations 3 (WKYC) and 5 (WEWS) are our official TV stations. It is also broadcast on 8 (Fox News), on the school website at www.mcjvs.edu and many radio stations which are associated with the TV stations. Please confirm closings on the website as Adult Education classes may continue as scheduled.
Medina County Career Center Adult Education programs are approved by the Ohio Department of Higher Education and the Division of Career and Technical Education. Medina County Career Center Adult Education Department is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE), 7840 Roswell Road, Building 300, Suite 325, Atlanta, GA 30350. Telephone: 770-396-3898 / FAX: 770-396-3790, www.council.org.
IN CASE OF DISCRIMINATION
The grievance procedures begin with the student or staff member presenting in writing his or her alleged grievance to their supervisor or the Adult Education Director. A copy of the complete grievance procedure is available upon request from the Office of the Title IX Coordinator, Janice Kollar, Medina County Career Center, 1101 West Liberty Street, Medina, OH 44256. The IX Coordinator may be reached by phone at (330) 725-8461, ext. 158.
In this day of rapidly expanding and ever changing technology, it is extremely important that the District have an adequate facility and programs to meet the present and future vocational needs of the adults of the Medina County community. The responsibilities for assisting students beyond high school, on the job, for additional training and education, military service or post-secondary counseling, should remain an on-going obligation of the staff.
Programs are structured to provide the foundation on which adults may build their future lives. As a part of this overall foundation, it is vitally important to provide a wide variety of program selections and specific training in the occupations which best fit the students’ abilities, interests, and needs.
Although actual experience in preparation for the world of work is of the utmost importance, it is important to develop a sense of responsibility as it pertains to citizenship in a democratic society.
Due to the rapidly changing technology and the mobility of people in this society, the District must provide opportunities for the training and retraining of adults as their jobs change drastically or become obsolete.
District Mission Statement
We are a learning community providing students with a competitive advantage through career technical education and academic excellence.
Monday – Thursday 8:00a-8:00p, Friday 8:00a-3:00p
Registration is open through the first week of classes on a space-available basis.