Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Franklin Monroe-MVCTC Business Satellite Program Year in Reveiw

Franklin Monroe-MVCTC Business Satellite students at the State BPA Conference in March.
Englewood, Ohio – The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) in partnership with Franklin Monroe schools offered satellite business programs starting the 2014-2015 school year at Franklin Monroe High School. The program taught by Carrie Wiant, offered students business and computer classes and the opportunity to participate in the Career Technical Student Organization Business Professionals of America (BPA). Here are some highlights of their great school year:

On November 19, 2014, five members of Franklin Monroe BPA traveled to Columbus, Ohio to attend the State Fall Leadership Conference. Students who attended the conference served as voting delegates to elect State Officer’s and attended leadership workshops. Students who participated were Austin Brown, Grace Fee, Caleb Flory, Bradey Hesler, and Zach Hyre.

On February 3, 2015, Franklin Monroe BPA students traveled to Greenville, Ohio to the Regional Contests Awards Ceremony. Students heard Greenville Mayor Mike Bowers speak about leadership and contributed monetary donations to benefit Special Olympics. Bradey Hesler – placed 5th in Financial Math & Analysis, Caleb Flory – placed 6th in Financial Math & Analysis, Alex Flora – placed 6th in Personal Finance Management Concepts, Kyle Ressler – placed 3rd in Administrative Support Concepts, Tara Goubeaux – placed 4th in Parliamentary Procedure Concepts, Regan Foster – placed 5th in Parliamentary Procedure Concepts, Austin Brown – placed 1st in Banking & Finance, Zach Hyre – placed 3rd in Banking & Finance, Caleb Flory – placed 4th in Banking & Finance, Bradey Hesler – placed 5th in Banking & Finance, Will Blackburn – placed 6th in Banking & Finance, Makenzie Kreitzer – placed 1st in Keyboarding Production, Josh Pratt – placed 4th in Keyboarding Production, Blake Mowry – placed 6th in Keyboarding Production, Kyle Ressler – placed 3rd in Fundamental Word Processing Skills, Sarah Miller – placed 6th in Fundamental Word Processing Skills, Kaleb Wysong – placed 3rd in Advanced Word Processing Skills, the Video Production Team of Maria Jamison and Lana Johnson placed 2nd; and the Small Business Management Team of Nychelle Cool, Grace Fee, Kinsey Goins, and Danielle McVey placed 1st.

On March 12-13, 2015, students who qualified traveled to State Competition in Columbus, Ohio. Austin Brown placed in the Top 10 for the Banking & Finance contest. The Small Business Management Team of Nychelle Cool, Grace Fee, Kinsey Goins, and Danielle McVey placed in the Top 10 of their event.

Students in the Business Academy program had the opportunity to travel to local businesses to learn about production and distribution. On December 23, 2014, students visited FRAM Filtration in Greenville, Ohio to learn more about the production process, tour the facility, and to discuss a partnership on an upcoming project. On March 27, 2015, students were invited to attend the Partnering for Progress Spring Economic Development Forum to speak about their experience working with FRAM on their sales project. On April 17, 2015, students visited Caterpillar Logistics in Clayton, Ohio and Greenville Technology Inc. in Greenville, Ohio. Students learned about the history, Human Resource Management, and took a tour of the facility. Students in the Business Academy program include Austin Brown, Caleb Flory, Bradey Hesler, Zach Hyre, and Kaleb Wysong.

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. MVCTC is currently working in partnership with other Darke County schools to offer satellite programming, this includes Agriculture Education at Mississinawa Valley and Tri-Village. For the 2015-2016 school year, MVCTC will be adding satellite Agriculture Education at Franklin Monroe and a Business Academy satellite at Mississinawa Valley.

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