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Perkins Selected as 2014 Lobo Legend
The Coshocton County Career Center has named Brad Perkins as its 2014 Lobo Legend. 
Student Insurance Brochure
The 2014-2015 Student Insurance brochure is now available. You may download a copy by clicking here, or from our Student page. 
First group of Cosmetology completers pass state board exam
Three of the six Coshocton County Career Center 2014 Cosmetology program completers are now on their way to establishing their careers. Saturday, May 31, Katie Thomas, Kaitlyn Hill and Stacie Grudier, all recent River View High School graduates, passed their Ohio Cosmetology Board tests, earning their practitioner licenses. 
Juniors recognized for first-year accomplishments and bid farewell for summer
First-year students' accomplishments were recognized at the annual Junior Awards Assembly, held this morning in the Commons.  One Auto Tech student, Aaron Casey, was awarded the Shane Layland Memorial Scholarship to support his career direction. 
Watch our Senior Awards Ceremony on YouTube!
The Coshocton County JVSD's 2014 Senior Awards ceremony will be available until further notice on YouTube.com.   
Graduating seniors honored at Career Center awards assembly
CCCC Principal Eddie Dovenbarger high-fives exiting seniors after they received their 2014 Career Passports in today's senior awards assembly.  In all, 103 program completers celebrated the close of a great year. Many took home scholarships and awards totaling over $40,000. 
AWS chapter closes year out, recognizes member accomplishments
Last Thursday several American Welding Society members at the Coshocton County Career Center were recognized with awards and certifications in the local chapter’s final meeting for the school year. Graduating seniors also had the opportunity to meet with a regional employer who is currently looking to hire welders for work on oil and gas well control equipment. 
Advanced Science team close-out OEP program, one leads in Columbus celebration
Ohio Energy Project’s annual Youth Energy Celebration, took place last Tuesday at The Ohio State University’s Fawcett Center and welcomed ten Coshocton County Career Center students, one of whom co-served as this year’s Master of Ceremony for the event. 
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