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Students Place in the Top 10 at BPA State Competition

Thirteen students from Four County Career Center placed in the top ten in the 2019 Business Professionals of America (BPA) State Leadership Conference and six students will be attending the BPA 2019 National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California.

Students who placed in the top ten include (FRONT - LEFT TO RIGHT) Travis Seedorf (Liberty Center) Network Administration Using Microsoft - will be competing at Nationals; Braden Yates (Hilltop) Network Administration Using Microsoft - will be competing at Nationals; Makinzi Loutzenhiser (Fairview) Basic Office Systems & Procedures - will be competing at Nationals; Taylor Brown (Montpelier) Basic Office Systems & Procedures; Madisan Carpenter (Evergreen) Advanced Office Systems Procedures; Jewelle Roberts (Delta) Network Design Team; (BACK - LEFT TO RIGHT) Kody Bennett (Hicksville) Network Design Team; Tyler Seedorf (Liberty Center) Network Design Team; Matthew Yochum (Edgerton) SQL Database Fundamentals - will be competing at Nationals; Christina Shafer (Bryan) Fundamental Word Processing; Kaitlyn Mallett (Hicksville) SQL Database Fundamentals; and Matthew Christiansen (Pettisville) JAVA Programming - will be competing at Nationals. Absent from the photo is Trenton Peluso (Evergreen) Network Administration Using Microsoft - will be competing at Nationals.



Mechanical Systems & Piping Students Work With Williams County K-9 Unit

Four County Career Center’s Mechanical Systems and Piping students utilized their skills and worked with the Williams County Sheriff’s K-9 Unit and built Scent Training Walls for their dogs. The students designed and constructed the walls for the Sheriff’s Department to use as training tools for the dogs to learn to find the specific location of certain types of narcotics. They will also share this training technique with other law enforcement agencies in the area.


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Four County Career Center has several areas of focus that provide services to the public. 

Cosmetology Salon.....Four Star Cafe.....Preschool       Click here to check them out!