Students selected for NTHS

Congratulations to the newest members of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS)—Eric Glosser, Ashley Snyder and Kaylee Hesson. [Read more…]

Laws of Life Essay Winner

Nathan Holtz earned a superior rating for his essay entitled The Crosses That We Bear  from the Better Business Bureau’s Laws of Life Essay Contest. Holtz, along with his English instructors,  Julie Wick and Kristi Lewis, were recognized at a banquet held recently at the Villa Milano restaurant in Columbus. [Read more…]

Adult Center receives $186,800 Nursing Grant

Tri-Rivers School of Practical Nursing recently received an $186,800 grant from the Ohio Board Nursing’s Nurse Education Grant Program. The funds will be used to offer an additional evening program, according to Emeline Kelly, nursing education programs manager for the school.
“Tri-Rivers will use the money to help launch an evening program that can be completed in 15 months,” explained Kelly. “It will be a more intensive program than our current 20-month evening part-time program and will offer another alternative to our school’s regular 10-month full-time day program.” [Read more…]

STEM Robotics training comes to Marion


Twelve area instructors participated in robotics training sponsored by Tri-Rivers Career Center through a training grant through the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation and Honda of America STEM grant hosted by Marion Technical College August 1through 5. The five-day training provided each participant with more than $1,300 worth of robotics hardware that they will provide to their students. Instructors received training in EasyC, RobotC and robotics PBASIC programming language to manipulate Vex and BoeBot www. robots to compete various, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematic (STEM) tasks. [Read more…]

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