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Article: Students Earn Over $240,000 through the LCJVS Summer Internship Program

Students Earn Over $240,000 through the LCJVS Summer Internship Program

Raylynn Layne, Collision Repair senior (Midview) shakes hands with Dr. Faircloth at the LCJVS Summer Internship Celebration before receiving her certificate of completion.

As part of the 2022 Lorain County JVS Summer Internship Program, 81 students completed the program earning over $240,000.  Sixty-five local companies employed interns, providing mentoring and opportunities for students to practice the technical skills they learned at Lorain County JVS.   
 
This year’s class was celebrated in front of family, friends, and employers, in a recognition ceremony on the evening of Thursday, September 29th.   
 
Mason Craddock, Engineering Design and Technology senior from Midview, spoke at the event, sharing his experience at Cutting Dynamics Incorporated, in Avon, a manufacturer of aerospace and aviation operations. “When the summer internship program started, I was nervous and excited to participate. Ms. Rush, my LCJVS career tech teacher, prepared me for the opportunity by running through different job situations and helping me know what to expect. I learned a lot about manufacturing terms and workplace responsibilities. I worked in the shipping department and spent time packaging parts for the customers.” 
 
The Summer Internship Program is an opportunity available to junior students who have completed their first year of career-technical training, and who have superior attendance and strong teacher recommendations. This experience extends student learning beyond the classroom and provides students with real-world work experience. Students can interact with company mentors and develop a direct pathway to additional education, training, or future employment.  
 
“My comment here tonight is simply wow,” said Dr. Glenn Faircloth, Lorain County JVS superintendent. “I will say to our young people that you have just scratched the surface. Lorain County JVS has provided you with a skill set that you can take with you throughout your life. Thank you to our business partners for your continued support, you are the members of this community you make this program possible.”  
 
The internship participants are listed by associate high school below.  
 
AMHERST: Braden Carpenter, Auto Technology student worked at Mike Bass Ford; Juelz Flores, Heating and Air Conditioning student worked at Westland Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing; Alexis Herwig, Culinary Arts student worked at Pogie’s Catering; Keyshla Maysonet, Cosmetology student worked at A Beau Monde Salon; Daniel Rivera III, Bakery and Pastry Arts student worked at Hotel at Oberlin/1833 Restaurant; Xavier Wilgor, Heating, and Air Conditioning student worked at Gross Brothers Plumbing & Heating. 
 
AVON: Michael Inman, Industrial Electricity student worked at Butchko Electric, Inc.; William Kiessling, Heating and Air Conditioning student worked at Luxury Heating Company; Scott Kortowich, Cosmetology student worked at Willow Room Salon and Studio. 
 
AVON LAKE: Benjamin Carbone, Hospitality Services student worked at McDonald’s; Brandt Holub, Engineering Design and Technology student worked at Humanetics; Ella Murray, Engineering Design and Technology student worked at Star Metal Products; Dylan Peace, Engineering Design and Technology student worked at RBM/CDI, LLC; Scarlet Urban, Cosmetology student worked at Fine Bella A Salon.  
 
BROOKSIDE:  Alexzandria Boyd, Engineering Design and Technology student worked at P.C. Campana; Haley Custer, Culinary Arts student worked at Avon Brewing Company; Danielle Hall, Bakery and Pastry Arts student worked at Dairy Queen; Jacob Hall, Auto Technology student worked at Mike Bass Ford; Timothy Plowman, Commercial Truck Technology student worked at Avon Truck Services; Danilyn Schwarz, Cosmetology student worked at Great Clips; Emilio Smith, Carpentry student worked at New Level Properties. 
 
CLEARVIEW: Kalie Branham, Cosmetology student worked at Mane_ology Salon Shop; Caid Fernandez, Industrial Electricity student worked at Electrical Accents, LLC; Caleb Hammonds, Collision Repair student worked at Liberty Ford Vermilion; George Sherman, Culinary Arts student worked at Salvatore’s Italian Ristorante; Jason Thomas, Web and Graphic Design student worked at Lorain County Urban League.  
 
COLUMBIA: Andrew Jakubiec, Precision Machine Technology student worked at AJ Rose Manufacturing; Gavin Seitz, Precision Machine Technology student worked at Voss Industries. 
 
ELYRIA: Joshua Arnold, Cybersecuirty and Networking student worked at Elyria School District; Dakotah Atkinson, Cosmetology student worked at Arz, LLC; Mason Craddock, Engineering Design and Technology student worked at RBM/CDI, LLC; Dakota Deichler, Industrial Electricity student worked at Electrical Accents, LLC; Sandra Fontanez, Cosmetology student worked at Fantastic Sams; Sarena Randall, Cosmetology student worked at Great Clips; Logan Rutz, Carpentry student worked at Mitchell Woodworking, Inc.  
 
FIRELANDS: Colin Arnal, Industrial Equipment Mechanics student worked at Dot Drilling; Tailer Bartlebaugh, Industrial Equipment Mechanics student worked at Turner’s Diesel Performance; Brandon Bowyer, Auto Technology student worked at 28th Street Auto Repair; Chancellor Chenoweth, Carpentry student worked at Fraley and Fox Construction, Inc.; Andrew Dunn, Heating and Air Conditioning student worked at Ray Gidich Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.; Collin Galligan, Hospitality Services student worked at Taco Bell; William Hasley, Cybersecurity and Networking student worked at Firelands School District; Samuel Herchler, Carpentry student worked at Mitchell Woodworking, Inc.; Matthew Hinkle, Collision Repair student worked at Liberty Ford Vermilion; Benjamin McKee, Culinary Arts student worked at Avon Brewing Company; Billy Mercer, Industrial Electricity student worked at Star Builders, Inc.; Jeremy Partlow, Heating and Air Conditioning student worked at Lucas Plumbing & Heating, Inc.; Bryant Szilagyi, Cybersecurity and Networking student worked at Firelands School District; Thomas Ulrich, Industrial Electricity student worked at Smink Electric, Inc.; Garrett Yakunovich, Industrial Electricity student worked at Star Builders, Inc. 
 
KEYSTONE: Olivia Gardner, Bakery and Pastry Arts student worked at IGA; Benjamin Hanwell, Heating and Air Conditioning student worked at Oberlin Cabinet Company; Owen Maiden, Culinary Arts student worked at Ginko Restaurant/Dante; Maeve Vana, Landscape and Greenhouse Management student worked at Milano Monuments.  
 
MIDVIEW: Aryanna Blankenship, Cosmetology student worked at Blue Water Salon; Jonah Caldwell, Welding and Fabrication student worked at Skylift, Inc.; Tyler Dye, Engineering Design and Technology student worked at NN, Inc.; Raylynn Layne, Collision Repair student worked at Liberty Ford Vermilion; Paul Popp, Heating and Air Conditioning student worked at Gene’s Refrigeration; Aniya Qualls, Cybersecurity and Networking student worked at Elyria School District; Jillian Reyes, Cosmetology student worked at Great Clips. 
 
NORTH RIDGEVILLE: Robyn Buskirk, Cosmetology student worked at Cory’s Hair Studio and Day Spa; Andrew Conley, Carpentry student worked at Price Point Construction; Caleb Douglas, Industrial Electricity student worked at JP Electrical Services Company; Nolan Eyman, Industrial Electricity student worked at RJ Martin Electrical; Eric Jurina, Cybersecurity and Networking student worked at North Ridgeville Schools; Robert Porter, Commercial Truck Technology student worked at Ray’s Auto Truck Service; Ryan Russo, Industrial Electricity student worked at Electrical Accents, LLC; Ethan Sante, Carpentry student worked at Chernisky Residential Designs; Benjamin Shaw, Carpentry student worked at Mainline Plumbing; Peter Vlach, Industrial Electricity student worked at Buckeye Electrical Solutions, LLC; Tyler West, Engineering Design and Technology student worked at RBM/CDI, LLC; Samuel Wojciechowski, Engineering Design and Technology student worked at Absolute Machine Tools; Brady Yonkers, Industrial Equipment Mechanics student worked at SkipperBud’s. 
 
OBERLIN: Isaac Thompson, Sports, Health, and Fitness Technology student worked at the City of Oberlin; Zachary Webb, Cosmetology student worked at Jodi Estelle Hair Design; Kirk Yochum, Carpentry student worked at Mitchell Woodworking, Inc.  
 
WELLINGTON: Hayden Fleming, Welding and Fabrication student worked at Norwalk Concrete; Braden Hamer, Heating and Air Conditioning student worked at Ashland Comfort and Control; Brayonna Leiby, Culinary Arts student worked at Donny’s; Cooper McConnell, Cybersecurity and Networking student worked at Lorain County JVS.  

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