ENGLEWOOD – The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) has 42 senior students who will act as Student Ambassadors during the 2015-2016 school year. These students learn leadership skills and public speaking to represent MVCTC as spokespersons for the school.
The MVCTC Student Ambassadors visit the 27 MVCTC partner school districts in the fall to share their experiences, career technical programs, and career goals with high school sophomores. All of the sophomores from the 27-partner school have the opportunity to select two career programs to visit at MVCTC during the annual Sophomore Career Days in December. For more information about Sophomore Career Days or visiting MVCTC, please call 937-854-8056.
MVCTC Ambassadors from Vandalia-Butler High School for the 2015-2016 school year are Michael Davis, andEarly Childhood Education student and Shad Ream, a Robotics & Automation student.
New for the 2015-2016 school year, thanks to an Ohio Straight A Fund Grant, MVCTC is now the regional Robotics & Advanced Manufacturing Technology Education Collaborative (RAMTEC) facility for a 12 county area in the Miami Valley. The grant money allowed MVCTC to create a 21st century advanced manufacturing and robotics lab where both high school and adults students will now be able to receive industry certifications from the largest robotics and industrial maintenance companies in the world including, FANUC and Yaskawa Motoman Robotics, Allen-Bradley and Mitsubishi PLCs, and Parker Hydraulics.
Reach MVCTC at www.mvctc.com.