Welcome! Thank you for considering the Wayne County Joint Vocational School District as your potential employer. Please review our certified (teachers, administrators, specialists) and classified (...
The Wayne County Joint Vocational School Board of Education has representatives from all Wayne County public school districts and Tri-County Educational Service Center. The meetings are held in room...
Dr. J. Kip Crain
WE'RE HERE TO HELP STUDENTS SUCCEED!
School Counselor: Michelle Bower
Phone: 330-669-7000 ext. 1043 * Email:email@example.com
School counselor for students in: Animal Care & Management,...
March Lunch Menu
March Breakfast Menu
April Lunch Menu
April Breakfast Menu
Student Breakfast: $1.25
$0.30 for students on reduced prices
Student Lunch: $2.75
$0.40 for students on reduced...
Available August 8th Emergency Medical Authorization/Student Information Form - complete and sign online - *Instructions*
Available August 8th Free & Reduced...
Quality Assessments, Quality Hiring
The Workforce Evaluation Center provides assessment services to assist in your hiring process. Such services include ranking of...
Your Source for Student Financial Aid
Want to go back to school, but need some financial assistance? Let our Financial Aid Coordinator help get you on your way to an exciting and fulfilling...
The Wayne County Schools Career Center opened as the Wayne County Joint Vocational School in 1969 to provide vocational training for Wayne County high school juniors and seniors. Educators from...
Why attend the Career Center?
• 25 career and technical programs from which to choose--select a program which interests you
New in 2017-18: CNC/Advanced Manufacturing@RAMTEC and Robotics/PLC's@...
How many adults attend classes at the Wayne County Schools Career Center, and how many classes do you have?
Thousands of adults choose from over 135 class offerings each year.
What Career Training...
October 2016 Five-Year Forecast and Assumptions
Below please find links to our associate school websites. We serve all 10 Wayne County public high schools, area private schools, and students who have been homeschooled.
The WCSCC began choosing Outstanding Business Partners in October of 2007. The companies are nominated by Career Center staff, and are listed below in the order in which they received the award. The...
Wayne County juniors and seniors learn career and technical skills while attending high school at the Career Center. Transportation is provided by each public high school district. Students are...
All students receive a Student/Parent Handbook at the beginning of the school year. It includes the School Calendar, Schedules, Emergency Information, Policies for Attendance, Code of Conduct, Dress...
Many students at WCSCC choose to use their time in high school to get a jump start on post-secondary education. Check out the information below to help you with college connections.
Senior job placement allows students to go to work at a job related to their career and technical training instead of lab during their senior year if they are proficient in the skills taught in their...
The Wayne County Schools Career Center takes great pride in providing the most up-to-date training opportunities. Communication with industry professionals is vital as we investigate and research new...
Stay updated with our current list of scholarships available to WCSCC students. Click on the links below or stop by the Guidance Office and see your counselor for more information. CHECK BACK OFTEN...
Recipients of Stafford Student Loans are required by federal regulations to complete entrance and exit loan counseling. Entrance counseling must be done prior to completing the...
Office Training Programs:
$6.00 per hour plus books/supplies
$6.00 per hour plus books/supplies
Practical Nursing Programs:
$7.75 per hour plus books/supplies
Federal PELL Grant
This need-based grant does not have to be repaid. The current maximum for an award year is $5,920. Click the link below to apply online at the Free Application for Federal...