Class of 2022
National Winner
FCCC
BPA 1st Place
Preschool Graduation
Scholarships
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Senior
Recognition Day

Watch as 412 students
receive their
Career Passports
and are recognized for
Student Achievements

Ceremony Link

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1st in the Nation

1st in the Nation

Four County Career Center is pleased to announce that Tyler James (Bryan) placed 1st in the Nation and received a Gold Medal at the 58th annual National Leadership & Skills Conference of Skills USA held in Atlanta, Georgia.  He is in the Mechanical Systems and Piping program at the Career Center and competed in a hands-on Plumbing skills competition.

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Nominations Accepted

Nominations Accepted

Nomination forms for the Four County Career Center Wall of Fame and the Distinguished Service Award are now being taken.  You can go to the website at www.fourcounty.net and fill out either of the forms electronically or print them out and send in a hard copy to Four County Career Center at 22-900 State Route 34, Archbold, Ohio  43502.  Or, if you wish, you can call the school at 419-267-3331 and request a nomination form be mailed to you.  The deadline for submitting nominations is July 31, 2022.  

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Summer Camp

Summer Camp

Four County Career Center sponsored a week long “Summer Camp” for 7th, 8th and 9th graders.  Students had the opportunity to create claymation characters in their own movies, create new art masterpieces through abstract creation, explore the world of vet science, and market their own business they created, all from experienced instructors.  Students worked on many activities throughout the week in Stop-Motion Claymation, Creative Building Blocks, Animal Adventures, and Marketing Madness!
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Summer Work Experience

Summer Work Experience

To keep our career and technical training programs up-to-date with state-of-the-art technology, Four County Career Center instructors are eligible to participate in a Work Experience program sponsored by the Career Center.  Instructors have the opportunity to participate with a local employer in an internship experience in the career and technical area of their expertise.  Following their internship time, the instructors include the up-to-date training methods into their curriculum to give the best possible education to students attending the Career Center.  The local internship site is not responsible for wages to instructors during their training.  Through these types of partnerships with local businesses, Four County Career Center exists to serve the people of northwest Ohio.
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