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BPA Students Compete at Regionals

BPA Students Compete at Regionals

Forty-seven Four County Career Center Business Professionals of America (BPA) Chapter members recently placed in the top six among the several hundred area students competing in the regional contests held at the University of Toledo.  Thirty-seven of these winners have qualified for State BPA Skill Competition.
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Student Makes History at FCCC

Student Makes History at FCCC

FIRST TIME EVER IN THE HISTORY OF FCCC TO HAVE A STUDENT ACCEPTED INTO ONE, POSSIBLY TWO, MILITARY ACADEMIES!
Listen as Jim Funderburg at WQCT in Bryan interviews Brendan Degryse, a senior in the I.T. Academy, who has been accepted into the United States Military Academy at West Point and is currently waiting on results from the United States Air Force Academy.  Brendan talks about his process in applying and acceptance into the Academy and his nominations by Senator Rob Portman and Congressman Bob Latta.  FCCC is proud of this young man for making the decision to attend Four County and allowing FCCC to play a role in his education as he sets his sights high for his future!
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2022 Spa Days

2022 Spa Days

The Four County Career Center Cosmetology Salon will be hosting “2022 Spa Days” March 22, 23 & 24.  Patrons are invited to indulge themselves and enjoy the day with complete make-overs along with coffee, tea or orange juice in the morning and a healthy lunch prepared by the Chef Training/Culinary Arts Management students at the Career Center.  During their visit, patrons will enjoy a therapy facial, spa pedicure with warm wax treatment, OPI manicure with warm wax treatment, and Paul Mitchell wash house experience and style.
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Career Night Open House

Career Night Open House

Four County Career Center hosted a Career Night Open House with the Career Center’s career and technical labs and classrooms open to the public and especially to sophomores and their parents.  Instructors and counselors were available to answer questions and acquaint visitors with the career and technical programs and college credit options.
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