Student ambassadors represent MVCTC


ENGLEWOOD — The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) has 42 senior students who will act as Student Ambassadors during the 2015-16 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 network 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, call 937-854-8056.

MVCTC Ambassadors for the 2015-16 school year are:

* Jesse Bailey, Auto Technology student from Wayne

* Cameron Bayer, Electrical Trades student from Tri-County North

* Bayley Boston, Dental Assistant student from Brookville

* Anthony Caballero, Hospitality Services student from Northridge

* Dynasty Clay, Criminal Justice student from Northmont

* Dakota Cox, Diesel Power Technologies student from Tri-County North

* Michael Davis, Early Childhood Education student from Vandalia Butler

* Ashleigh Deeter, Animal Care Management student from Versailles

* Sophia Delegato, Biotechnology student from Valley View

* Emma Deranek-Williams, Cosmetology student from Valley View

* Logan Dickison, Natural Resource Management student from Milton-Union

* Austin Dougherty, Graphic Commercial Art student from Preble Shawnee

* Austin Elliott, Digital Design student from West Carrollton

* Randy Ellish, Jr., Heavy Equipment Operator student from Bethel

* Dylan Feix, Construction Carpentry student from National Trail

* Kelly Fourman, Graphic Commercial Photography student from Franklin Monroe

* Bryant Fox, Business Ownership student from Ansonia

* Autumn Fredrick, Computer Network Engineering student from Brookville

* Lillian Goffinet, Health Careers Academy student from Tipp City

* Kenzi Gordon, Medical Office Management student from Valley View

* Griffin Hopkins, Architectural Design student from Northmont

* Adam Kaup, Air Force Junior ROTC student from Bethel

* Wesley Kincaid, Firefighter/EMS student from Northmont

* Scot Kirby, Sports Management & Marketing student from Miami East

* Noah Kuzniczci, Retail Agriculture Services student from Northmont

* Jacob Moore, Precision Machining student from Twin Valley South

* Lauren Muncy, Veterinary Science student from Eaton

* Rylie Myers, Cosmetology student from Miamisburg

* Alexandria (Ali) Pompeii, Aviation Maintenance Technician student from Northmont

* Adriana Ramirez, Allied Health student from TriVillage

* Shad Ream, Robotics & Automation student from Vandalia Butler

* Hayley Roberts, Allied Health student from Arcanum

* Ryan Sanford, Computer Repair & Technical Support student from Miamisburg

* Gabrielle Seitz, Culinary Arts student from Valley View

* Shanaz Shareef, Allied Health student from Trotwood Madison

* Daniel Smith, Auto Services student from Northridge

* Madeline Stewart, Computer Technology student from Twin Valley South

* Luke Stoner, Construction Carpentry student from Twin Valley South

* Jorden Stuart, Biotechnology student from Wayne

* Nicholas (Nick) Wheeler, Natural Resource Management student from Milton-Union

* Parker Wilken, Sports Medicine student from Eaton

* Seth Wright, Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning student from Eaton

New for the 2015-16 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.

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For more information about MVCTC, visit For over 40 years, MVCTC has been providing career technical education for 27 partner school districts encompassing five counties, including Darke, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, and Warren Counties.

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