Natural Resources Instructor
Mr. Tim Kilpatrick has been employed by the Coshocton County Career Center since 1999.
Mr. Kilpatrick holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, which he earned from Mount Vernon Nazarene College in 1989. He received a Master’s Degree in Education in 2003 from Kent State University, and a Master's Degree in Educational Administration from Ashland University in 2008.
Mr. Kilpatrick began his career at the Career Center as one of the Business Careers instructors. He became the Natural Resources program instructor in 2005. He is a member of the Ohio Forestry Association and holds a Level 1 Master Logger certification. He is also certified by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources as an instructor for Hunter Education, Trapper Education, and Watercraft Boater Education. This enables him to incorporate these courses and certifications into his curriculum.
Mr. Kilpatrick also serves as our local FFA club advisor. He uses this national organization as a platform to develop student skills and leadership within the Natural Resources program, and his students are automatically FFA members.
In addition, Mr. Kilpatrick serves as the advisor of the Career Center’s archery team organized through NASP – the National Archery in Schools Program. He trains interested Career Center students and takes them to compete in local, regional, and state archery competitions.
Mr. Kilpatrick loves the outdoors and enjoys seeing his students’ knowledge and enthusiasm for it grow as they progress in his program. His goal is to see his program completers build a career in the natural resource field and be committed to managing our region’s natural resources in a responsible manner.