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  • Lorain County JVS Open House is January 28th

    Lorain County JVS Open House is January 28th
    JVS Precision Machine Technology student showcases his lab with parents and students during the JVS Open House last year

    January 19, 2018 -- Excitement is building as the annual Lorain County JVS Open House is expected to draw over 2,000 prospective students and their parents on Sunday, January 28th, from 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm.

    The Open House attendees get an in-depth view of the JVS career-technical programs in the following career areas: Building Trades, Business/Marketing, Community Service/Healthcare, Culinary, Manufacturing/Engineering and Transportation.

    Instructors from the JVS Connections Academy will also be available to discuss program options for 9th and 10th-grade students in the Career Readiness and Career Explorations Programs.

    This year the Open House campaign, “Create Your Success at JVS” highlights past students and their successes. “The Communications team wanted to showcase what alumni are doing after they’ve successfully experienced Lorain County JVS,” said Betty Halliburton, JVS Director of Communications. “We have former students on various career paths from attending college after receiving full scholarships to prestigious universities to enjoying successful careers right here in Lorain County.”

    Many of our alumni said JVS gave them the foundation that they needed to be successful. Jairo Cabrera, Lorain County JVS 2001 Masonry Trades program alum, is currently a Field Representative for the Cleveland Bricklayers Union Local 5 and shared how the JVS allowed him to develop a tool that he will have with him for life. “When I entered my apprenticeship program, I was advanced in my class versus other students. The JVS provided me with the tools and knowledge I needed to succeed.”

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  • Lorain County JVS Board of Education Has New Board Member

    Lorain County JVS Board of Education Has New Board Member
    Kathy Quintiliano

    January 18, 2018 -- The Lorain County JVS Board of Education welcomed new board member Kathy Quintiliano of Midview Schools on Thursday, January 18th. Quintiliano replaces board member Gary Wilson from her school district.

    In other action, JVS Board President Debbie Melda of Keystone Schools and Vice President Rex Engle of Amherst will remain in their current positions on the JVS Board of Education.

    Four others took the oath of office returning to their positions on the board. They are Dwayne Becker of Firelands, Charles Froehlich of Avon Lake, Dr. Richard Marcucci of Clearview, and Anne Schaum of Oberlin City Schools.

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