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College & Career Readiness Information

College Credit Plus 
Greene County Career Center is part of the College Credit Plus network. College Credit Plus can help you earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking college courses from community colleges or universities. The purpose of this program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wide variety of options to college-ready students. Taking a college course from a public college or university through College Credit Plus is free. If you choose to attend a private college or university, you may have limited costs.

Articulation Agreements 
Students can earn college credit while completing high school work. Greene County Career Center has articulation agreements with many colleges including Sinclair Community College and Clark State Community College. Career Center graduates can earn their college degree faster without duplicating or repeating coursework. Students must make sure work reflects the high-quality standards needed for articulation credit. Credit is awarded by the college and may be transferable to other Ohio colleges and universities.  

Career Technical Assurance Guide (CTAG) Courses 
The Ohio Transfer to Degree Guarantee allows students to earn college credit within their program, transferable to any Ohio public college or university with a similar program of study for successfully completing the Greene County Career Center program (Career Tech equivalent of CCP). Greene County Career Center has over 37 CTAG courses across all programs. Ask to see which courses are CTAG within your program.

Work Based Learning 
Job placement provides opportunities for successful adjustment from school to work with the help of the lab instructor and administration. Students can participate in work-based learning in a variety of formats both on and off campus. The Pre-Apprenticeship program is available in select programs, which earns time in an apprenticeship as well as college credit. Information on both of these initiatives is available through the lab instructor. Work-Based Learning unique opportunity, therefore a student’s grades, attendance, attitude, and job performance reviews play a large role in the student’s success.  

Industry Credentials
Greene County Career Center students have the opportunity to earn industry-recognized credentials by applying their career technical knowledge and skills in a nationally recognized assessment. These credentials validate a students’ skillset to any employer within an industry. Last year, the Greene County Career Center offered 80 credentials to students from CPR and OSHA 10 to American Welding Society and CompTIA A+.
Mr. Rick Mack
Work Based Learning Coordinator
937.372.6941, ext.1314
Email: [email protected]

Mr. Brandon Prather
CCP/Testing Coordinator
937.372.6941, ext. 2310
Email: [email protected]
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