Medical Assistant students practice interviews

EHOVE Adult Career Center Medical Assistant students participated in 10-minute sessions of speed interviewing with community employers who give feedback to the students obtaining multiple interviews.
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EHOVE Board President earns OSBA Award

Paul R. Lockwood II, a board member of North Point Educational Service Center and Board President of EHOVE Career Center, was presented with the Ohio School Boards Association's Award of Achievement at a regional spring conference on March 26.
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EHOVE students for our veterans

Teen Leadership Corps students at EHOVE Career Center held a fundraiser for Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). Students who donated could choose to wear camoflage to school.
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Want to start a business?

RISEing Entrepreneurs
Networking & Speaker Series
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Book fair at EHOVE

Scholastic Book Fair will be at EHOVE’s Library/Media Center and online
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EHOVE Summer Camp

Kids in grades 5-9 who are interested in science, technology, engineering and math—blast off this summer at EHOVE’s summer camps.
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Stellar robotics

EHOVE’s robotics team, the Mavericks #2252, have a reputation and it’s a good one. They’re living up to it by continuing to be strong competitors this season again.
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Enroll for Summer School

Applications are currently being accepted for the EHOVE Career Center Summer School.
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Patient Care Tech Graduates

Another group of locals recently graduated from EHOVE Adult Career Center’s Patient Care Tech program, a hot career in the healthcare field.
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Engineerng greatness

It spins, moves super fast and can toss a giant yoga ball really high. That’s Dark Horse, the new competitive robot built by EHOVE’s robotics team a.k.a. the Mavericks #2252.
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They've got skills

Another group of EHOVE students have shined at a skills competition.
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Learning leadership

Last fall, EHOVE Forensic Science student Alison Harper (Edison HS) and Criminal Justice student Hannah Ferry (Vermilion HS) were elected as the Northwest Ohio SkillsUSA Treasurer and Secretary, respectively, at the Ohio SkillsUSA Fall Leadership Conference. The students were privileged with the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. for a Regional Officer Training Institute (ROTI) for a week in January.
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Tough competitors

Ready to take on the competition from students across the state, 35 EHOVE students who belong to Business Professionals of America (BPA) are headed to the state competition March 12-14 in Columbus.
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Engineering Open House & Robot Unveiling

To kick off the competition season, EHOVE Career Center’s robotics team, a.k.a. Mavericks #2252, will host an Engineering Open House on Thursday, February 27 from 5-7 pm at BGSU Firelands’ EPIC Lab.
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Police Academy Graduates

Congratulations to the graduates of EHOVE Adult Career Center’s Police Academy.
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Students of the 2nd Nine Weeks

Congratulations to the EHOVE Students of the 2nd Nine Weeks.
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Facility Project Update - January 2014

In recent weeks, the structure has taken shape as roofs are being completed, floors have been poured and many windows have been installed.
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Quality services & great prices

Why not get your next haircut, hair color, facial, manicure and pedicure at EHOVE’s Cosmetology Salon?
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It pays off

Be here, be on time and make good decisions. That’s the message to EHOVE students.
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EHOVE Facility Project Update

On June 5, EHOVE Board of Education members, administrators, staff and representatives from the Poulos & Schmid Design Group, John Hancock & Associates, and the Adena Corporation gathered to mark the beginning of the previously announced facilities project with a groundbreaking ceremony.
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Facility Project Announcement

After years of discussion and extensive research, the EHOVE Board of Education has decided that now is the time to expand and enhance their career and technical and academic facilities.
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Career Tech Works for Mike Rowe

Skilled labor is vital to America’s economy, but there just aren’t enough trained workers.
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