Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Two MVCTC Programs Honored

Receiving the Southwest Ohio School Board Association recognition for participating in the 2016 Student Achievement Fair from MVCTC are Cassidy Alspaugh (senior from Dixie), Chloe Price (senior from Arcanum), and MVCTC Biotechnology Instructor, Mrs. Erin Molden.
Receiving the Southwest Ohio School Boards Association
Multi District Impact Program award from MVCTC are Nicholas Combs
(senior from Dixie), Dylan Kemp (senior from Eaton) and
Computer Network Engineering Instructor, Mr. John Underwood.
Englewood, Ohio – The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) Computer Network Engineering and Biotechnology programs were both honored at the Southwest Ohio School Board Association (OSBA) Fall Conference on Thursday, October 13, at MVCTC.

The Computer Network Engineering program was given the “Outstanding Multi District Impact” award. As stated in the nomination, “Teaching in the 21st Century requires a multi-talented individual that cares about kids and Mr. John Underwood (MVCTC Computer Network Engineering instructor) more than fits the bill. He works to make learning engaging and fun for students. His passion and enthusiasm for teaching coupled with a genuine concern for kids makes him a true educator and Computer Network Engineering an outstanding Multi District Impact Program.”

The Biotechnology program was recognized for being selected as a 2016 Student Achievement fair Participating program. MVCTC Biotechnology instructor, Mrs. Erin Molden, will be representing MVCTC at the 2016 OSBA Capital Conference in November. Her students will be presenting “Improving our Future with Biotechnology.”

For more information about MVCTC, please visit www.mvctc.com.

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