National Career Pathways Network 2009 Annual Conference. College Tech Prep Consortium Showcase Lifelong Learning . Akron Area College Tech Prep Consortium.
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College Tech Prep Consortium Showcase
Summer Teacher Workshop:
FY 2008 Highlights
FY 2009 Highlights
33% Market Share
Acceptance of College Ready Challenge
Cradle to Grave Engineering Pathway
Cradle to Grave Engineering Pathway cont.
Total Scholarship Awards for the Classes of 2008 & 2009
Total Sinclair Community College credits earned by the Classes of ‘08 & ’09
Graduated 26 student in the Engineering Technology Program
2009 Biotech Olympics
Bedford, Cloverleaf, Lakewood, Normandy, Parma Senior, and Valley Forge High Schools competed in the 2009 North Coast Tech Prep Biotech Olympics
The Valley Forge High School team of Nick Conroy, Jaime Furda, and Rebecca Kyler
The Cloverleaf team of Kelsey Allen, Bobby Easterling, Ben Goodreau, and Bret Nehrenz
“The Parma Senior High Biotech Dream
Team” of Nicole DiVincenzo, Mike Melnyk, Andrew Knauss, and Andrea Stojsavljevic
Parents & Community
Lindsey Stover, Elizabeth Hamilton, Kristin Rogers (Left to right)
Students from Ohio Valley Tech Prep's River Valley High School were awarded a $1000 scholarship for 2nd Place - High School Division at the Shawnee 6.0 Interactive Digital Technology Conference
Ohio Valley Tech Prep students:
1. Demonstrated interactive media knowledge and skills in the exhibition hall during the NCPN Conference in Cincinnati.
2. Worked on a Second Life project to demonstrate "How an Electrical Power Plant Works" for American Electric Power.
3. Earned college credit for information technology courses via dual credit enrollment and proficiency examinations.
4. Earned college credit for technical and academic courses via CLEP examinations.
5. Earned business and industry credentials via certification examinations in automotive, health and information technology.
6. Worked on Rio Cyber Club projects in collaboration with Shawnee State University's WIRED Grant.
Leadership Academy :Etiquette Session
Honoring College Tech Prep Excellence
Since 2008, the Consortium has awarded 48 cords to Tech Prep graduates
Following her completion of the Computer Communications Networking Technology program through the Technology Center (Fremont, Ohio) and receipt of a diploma from Columbian High School (Tiffin, Ohio), Janelle Runion will be going to the United State Military Academy at West Point this summer. She was nominated to West Point by Congressman Bob Latta.
2009 High School GraduateJANELLE RUNION – The Future Military Intelligence Officer
Following his completion of the Computer Communications Networking Technology program through the Technology Center (Fremont, Ohio) and receipt of a diploma from Fostoria High School (Fostoria, Ohio), Aaron Burrow will be attending the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). With a passion for positive change, he is on his way with a four-year, full scholarship.
2009 High School Graduate AARON BURROW – The Future Computer Engineer
National Career Pathways Network2009 Annual Conference
State of Ohio Updates
In Ohio, the Department of Education and the Board of Regents work collaboratively to ensure seamless pathway for students to easily matriculate to postsecondary education through several advanced credit, articulated credit options:
Ohio Department Education- Career Tech
Education programs and services that prepare youth and adults for a broad range of careers that require varying levels of education, from high school, apprenticeships and postsecondary certificates to college and university degrees
Ohio Board of Regents-University System of Ohio
Ohio’s public college and university system belongs to all the people of Ohio. While focused on stimulating economic growth in the state, we continue to build the highest quality, student-centered system of higher education in the country. Explore the pages of the Web site, and let us know what we can do for you as a student – or as a parent, alumnus or other stakeholder in business or the community – to make your great University System of Ohio even better. Link below:
College Tech Prep
College Tech Prep is implemented in Ohio through 23 consortia representing employers, community and technical colleges, universities and secondary schools. Ohio College Tech Prep is jointly managed by the Ohio Board of Regents and the Ohio Department of Education’s (ODE) Office of Career-Technical Education (CTE).
Ohio College Tech Prep programs are offered in areas that include:
Office of Vocational and Adult Education (OVAE)
Ohio Board of Regents
Ohio Department of Education
Anthony M. Landis, Director
Tawanna Fields-Mphande, Administrator
Kathy Shibley, Director
Rick Mangini, Associate Director
Nenna Davis, Consultant
Sharon Enright, Assistant Director