Current Events

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BUSINESS AFTER HOURS – Adult Education

Tuesday, August 12 from 5-6pm at 308 Martinsburg Road (behind the KCCC High School).  Free and open to the public in conjunction with the Knox County Chamber of Commerce.  See you there!

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SIGN UP FOR ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES STARTING SOON!

STATE TESTED NURSE AID (STNA) programs are offered monthly!

August – MASSAGE THERAPY

August 19 – EMT Advanced begins–KCCC is one of the few schools in the area that offers this course!

September  - EMT Basic, MEDICAL ASSISTANT, MEDICAL INSURANCE BILLING

October – COSMETOLOGY, CULINARY, HVACR, WELDING

Don’t delay!  Apply online or call today 740-393-2933.

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NOW HIRING! CULINARY INSTRUCTOR

The Knox County Career Center-Adult Education has an immediate opening for a part-time Culinary Instructor.
Click on the link below for more information! 
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New Online Course!

UNDERSTANDING THE CLOUD – Instructor David Iseminger teaches students about the cloud and shows how to put this massive computing network to work for their businesses and personal projects.  $99

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LPN Program ranks in “Top 5″ in Ohio!

The Knox County Career Center-Adult Education is ranked a top LPN program in Ohio based on first time NCLEX-PN pass rates (98.21%). In fact, Knox County Career Center ranked #5 of 70 state approved offerings. You can find the rankings here: http://www.practicalnursing.org/lpn-programs/ohio.

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KCCC-Adult Education Awarded National Accreditation

CONGRATULATIONS  to  Knox County Career Center-Adult Education!  

The Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE) granted accreditation on February 17, 2014.  COE is based out of Atlanta, GA and the award of accreditation status is based on an evaluation to demonstrate that the institution meets not only the standards of quality of the Commission, but also the needs of students, the community, and employers.  KCCC was approved for the maximum of 6 years.

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NEW ONLINE CLASSES!

Stocks, Bonds and Investing:  Oh My!, Certified Wedding Planner, Writing and Selling Self-Help Books, Certificate in Stress Management, Using Social Media in Business–and more!  Click on the PROGRAMS tab, then SHORT-TERM/ONLINE CLASSES and look for”Online Classes”.  Check them out!

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LOOKING FOR A JOB?

Check out our internal (Knox County Career Center) and external (Coshocton Hospital, REM Ohio and more) job postings!  Click on the EMPLOYMENT tab on the right side of your screen and then click on EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES.

ARIEL CORPORATION DONATES $1 MILLION TO CNC PROGRAM

On Friday, January 31, it was announced that the $1 million donation will be used to renovate and refurbish the Computer Numerical Control Manufacturing Lab for the high school and adult education programs.  According to Karen Buchwald Wright, president and CEO of Ariel Corporation, “Manufacturing is actually experiencing a renaissance as a result of cheap, plentiful and domestic oil and gas and America’s skilled labor force.”  CNC Instructor Dave McGough is thrilled to bring the lab up to current standards and plans to add robotics and water jet cutting to the curriculum.  Governor John Kasich and numerous special guests were on hand to applaud this incredible partnership with Ariel and our community.

Governor John Kasich’s “State of the State” excerpt

February 24, 2014 – Medina, OH

“…You know, I’ve traveled the state and I’ve visited our schools.  Some of the most advanced training I’ve seen anywhere are in our career centers…Why did we not understand its value?…We must have a system that allows you in the 21st century, in the global marketplace, to consistently upgrade your skills so that you are in control of your own destiny and one day you won’t wake up and find out you don’t have the skills to compete and win.  And that is our philosophy.  It’s not K or pre-K through J–Job–it’s going to be all the way through your lifetime.  And this is the strategy that I believe we need to take.”