Thursday, April 23, 2015

MVCTC Electives, Business, and Information Technology Students of the Month March 2015

MVCTC Electives, Business and Information Technology Department Students of the Month for March 2015, Brittany Howell (Milton-Union), Sean Wilt (Vandalia-Butler), and Emily Weaver (Franklin Monroe).
Englewood, Ohio - The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC), in order to honor outstanding accomplishments and leadership in Career Tech Education, is proud to announce the March 2015 Career Tech Students of the Month honorees from the Electives, Business, and Information Technology Department.

Brittany Howell, member of the Medical Office program taught by Mr. Rusty Sink, Sean Wilt, member of the Game Programming and Web Applications program taught by Mrs. Melissa Goodall, and Emily Weaver, member of the Business Academy taught by Mr. Ken Kessler, received a plaque to honor their selection and a gift certificate from Wendy’s Restaurant.

Brittany Howell, Milton-Union High School, was recognized by her instructor for her hard work, doing things the right way, and great attendance. Mr. Sink stated, “Brittany is one of those students you can rely on in your business. She does what it takes to get the job done the right way.”

Sean Wilt, Vandalia Butler High School, was recognized by his instructor for doing an outstanding job in working with an MVCTC client to create a web page as well as volunteering to assist on another project. Mrs. Melissa Goodall stated, “Sean has worked hard to prepare for Business Professionals of America, assisted during Sophomore Career Days, presented at the Ohio School Boards Association, and volunteered on several occasions.”

Emily Weaver, Franklin Monroe High School, is a senior student in the Business Academy and was recognized by her instructor for maintaining both a 4.0 GPA as well as perfect attendance. In addition, Emily was recognized for earning over 50 semester hours from Sinclair Community College and securing an internship at Greenville National Bank. Mr. Kessler stated, “Emily works very hard and is a goal oriented student with high expectations for herself and others around her.”

Congratulations to Brittany, Sean and Emily for being recognized as the Electives, Business, and Information Technology Students of the Month at MVCTC. Special Thanks to Wendy’s Restaurant on 7200 Hoke Road, Clayton, Ohio for their efforts in sponsoring outstanding student accomplishments at Miami Valley Career Technology Center.

For over 40-years, MVCTC has been providing career technical education for 27 partner school districts encompassing five counties in Southwest Ohio. MVCTC is dedicated to providing in-demand workforce training for youth, adults, and organizations in the Miami Valley.

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