Students honored at career center

Students honored at career center
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Cheyennee Schindler is the BCC Female Student of the Month.

Students honored at career center
Students honored at career center
                        

Buckeye Career Center has named its November Student of the Month recipients. Two high school students were chosen for demonstrating November’s core value of collaboration. An adult education student also was selected for the honor.

The Female Student of the Month is Cheyennee Schindler, a Claymont senior enrolled in floral design and greenhouse management. Schindler, of Uhrichsville, is a two-year member of FFA and Drug Free Clubs of America. She is a Buckeye Ambassador and is involved in the Best Buddies program at BCC. She enjoys crafting and spending time with her nieces and nephews and recently entered floral projects in the Tuscarawas County Fair.

“She is reliable, dependable and works well with others. She is outstanding with customers and excels in the marketplace,” instructor Sharon Burdette said.

Schindler hopes to complete college courses online and travel the world. She is the daughter of JR and Shelly Leeper and LeRoy Schindler.

The Male Student of the Month is Jordan Keith of New Philadelphia. Keith is a double-lab student and is enrolled in HVAC-R and electrical systems technology. He works for King Lawn Care, is a member of SkillsUSA and Drug Free Clubs of America, participates on the Buckeye Safety Counsel, and is a Buckeye Ambassador. Outside of school Keith is a member of the Legacy Church and enjoys fishing, hunting and basketball.

“Jordan is outgoing and always comes to class ready to learn new material. He is eager to participate,” instructor Todd Vandeborne said.

Following graduation, Keith plans to join the local union and pursue an HVAC-R career. Keith is the son of Jeff Keith.

November’s Adult Student of the Month is heavy equipment/CDL A operator student Catrina Davis of Alliance. Davis is a Marlington High School graduate and enrolled in the program after the closing of the Lordstown Assembly plant, following 16 years of service. She hopes to find a career with job security following graduation from BCC in May. She is a member of UAW and William Pen Associates. She enjoys rescuing animals, bowling, camping and spending time with her family and friends.

The three were honored at the November Buckeye Career Center board of education meeting and received photo banners to commemorate the honor. The high school students also received $25 Joe Carlisle Café & Marketplace gift certificates, courtesy of Skyline Homes.


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