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Nursing Assistant88 Graduates
HVAC and Refrigeration Engineering Technician26 Graduates
Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technician25 Graduates
Fire Science and Fire Fighting22 Graduates
Pharmacy Technician20 Graduates
Emergency Care Attendant (EMT)19 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science16 Graduates
Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technician15 Graduates
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They don't have any scholarships to offer, but they do have the medical multiskilled program and i haven't been able to find this program anywhere else.
Although I have yet to graduate, I know that even after graduation your lab instructors continue to check in with you. They make sure you're doing well in the job you were placed, or if not employed they have the assets to help find you work. Some students even start working for the school in the field that they trained in after graduation!
My school contains 5+ home schools. Every school in Warren county has the opportunity to attend the career center. Our student body is one of the most diverse in the area. Although many students stay closely alligned with their home schools, there's also a lot of interaction between students who did not attend the same school previously. Every student has a lab where he or she learns a trade, the majority of their time is spent there, with a mixed group of people. You learn to get along with all of your peers because while out in the work force, you won't always have a say in who you work with. Students here come from very different backgrounds from poor to rich, kids from the city, as well as kids from rural small towns. Here you learn to adapt and accept others regardless of their orientation.