Career Partners

The Medina County Career Center Adult Education department works closely with local business and service partners to ensure that we provide pathways of training and learning to meet the needs of employers, and make training accessible for anyone looking to gain or enhance their employability skills.

We thank our Advisory Council members for their time and expertise in steering us toward fulfilling local needs.

Adult Education Advisory Council
  • Robert Arnold, Arnold Architectural Strategies, LLC
  • Grant Aungst, City of Brunswick
  • Deborah Boehmke, Medina County Board of Dev. Disabilities
  • Carol Carter, Village of Seville
  • Pamela Crombie, Jobs for Ohio Graduates
  • Bethany Dentler, Medina County Economic Dev. Corp.
  • Barbara Dzur, City of Medina
  • Mark Dzurec, Bay Pointe Technology
  • Jeffery Felton, Medina Job & Family Services
  • Sandy Frommeyer, Medina County Career Center
  • Beth Kereszturi, Proximity Marketing
  • Paul Koontz, 484 Consulting
  • Cheryl Mason, Jobs for Ohio Graduates
  • Cheryl Parzych, Community Member
  • Diana Riley, RPM International Inc.
  • Stefanie Robinson, Ohio Guidestone
  • Richard Shewbridge, Cleveland Clinic Medina General¬† Hospital
  • Don Simmons, Simmons Brothers Construction
  • Angela Smith, Ohio Means Jobs
  • Denise Testa, Medina County University Center
  • Krista Wasowski, Medina County Health Department
  • Jacinda Yonker, Medina County ESC

College Partners

The Medina County Career Center partners with regional colleges and universities to facilitate transition from our programming to additional educational opportunities.

Articulation Agreements: students can be awarded college credits by specific institutions based on successfully meeting criteria established in bi-lateral agreements between the institution and the Medina County Career Center.

Career Technical Credit Transfer: college credits are awarded based on completion of approved courses; the credit is transcripted and accepted by public colleges and universities in the Ohio Department of Higher Education system.

One-Year Option: 30 credit hours toward an Associate of Technical Studies degree are awarded to students that successfully complete a 900 hour program at a Career Technical Center and accepted by public colleges and universities in the Ohio Department of Higher Education system.