Adult ESOL Program Featured in Dayton Daily News
"Homemade masks needed for adults learning English"
Adult ed preps students for careers "Culinary program adapts to feed thousands of Daytonians
Dayton Daily News Article, July 5, 2020, By Sarah Franks Staff Writer
MVCTC Adult Education Graduates Prepared for In-Demand Careers
17 Practical Nursing Students Graduated February 14, 2020
MVCTC Allied Health Alumnus Returns to Teach Adult Education Phlebotomy Classes
Introducing Bethany Hatton, MVCTC Adult Education Phlebotomy Instructor.
"MVCTC Aspire Program was there every step of the way. And I will forever be grateful to them".
Written by Cheryl Anderson, Instructor and Student Patricia Petaway
The Central Service/Sterile Processing Field is rapidly growing with many opportunities for employment
Classes start in January 2020
Ready to start a rewarding career as a Medical Assistant
MVCTC Adult Ed Medical Assisting Technology Program has a 100% Placement Rate
MVCTC Aspire News - Preparing Today’s Workforce
Written by Karen Eckardt, ESOL Workforce Class Coordinator and Instructor
MVCTC Aspire News - Employers Learn About Employment Law for a Foreign Born Workforce
Written by Lindsay Tate, Career Coach and Instructor
Wright State and MVCTC Adult Education - Pathway LPN to a BSN
a pathway for MVCTC Adult Education LPN graduates to enter an accelerated program for a Bachelor’s in Nursing
MVCTC Adult Education ESOL Classes at Abiding Christ Lutheran Church
Written by Emily Bennett, Instructor
Aspire Offering FREE Culinary Supervisor Classes
Eight Week Course, Monday-Thursday (additional internship hours required)
MVCTC Adult Education ESL Student Starts Accounting Career in America
Written by Lindsay Tate and Ziyun Wang
Aspire Offers FREE Program For Students Interested in Healthcare Careers
Call 937-854-6287 for more information
MVCTC Adult Education Prepares Nurses for Bright Future
27 Practical Nursing Students Graduated on December 7, 2018
Superintendent: MVCTC offers critical job skills to area students
Dayton Daily News 11 Nov 2018 By Nick Weldy Contributing Writer
MVCTC Adult Education Nursing Students
Students in the MVCTC Pactical Nursing Program on a break from completing hearing and vision screenings for nearly 1000 high school juniors
Valuable MVCTC Business Partner Recognized at Annual Advisory Meeting
Mr. Don Black, Administrative Director for the Ohio Operating Engineers Apprenticeship and Training Program, as the recipient of the 2018 Friend of MVCTC Award.
MVCTC Adult Education - Official Sponsor for Apprenticeship
The Ohio State Apprenticeship Council has approved MVCTC Adult Education's appplication.
Partnering with Employers
MVCTC works with Mechanical Systems of Dayton - MSD to fill the gaps in skilled trades for HVAC and Plumbing
The Adult Diploma - An Option to the GED
MVCTC Adult Education offers adults 22 and over an opportunity for a high school diploma and a start to a career.
Spotlight on Instructor Jack Koeller and Precision Machining Student Greg Moseley
Looking for a new Career? Check-out the MVCTC Employer Job Postings page
This page is dedicated to listing job openings for MVCTC current and past students. The job postings listed are sent to MVCTC from our business partners.
HVAC-R Graduate, Brandon Davidson, receives his career passport.
Congratulations and an opportunity for a selfie with MVCTC Superintendent, Dr. Nick Weldy.
June 8, MVCTC Practical Nursing Graduation
After a year of intense study and dedication, seventeen students received their passports.
Scholarships available for high school seniors who graduate from MVCTC main campus, satellite campuses and Youth Connections
The following scholarships are available to high school graduates who meet eligibility criteria.
Sinclair College and Miami Valley Career Technology Center to Advance Robotics Job Training Through New Partnership
A first-of-its-kind partnership between Sinclair College and the Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) will provide job-focused training opportunities for the region’s advanced manufacturing industry, targeting a regional need for more skilled workers with experience in robotics automation.