Anna Kiep of Hamilton became the first Miami Regionals graduate from the new Work+ program in December, continuing along a path of hard work and determination that is leading her to achieve her educational and career goals.
While attending Badin High School, Kiep took advantage of Ohio’s College Credit Plus program. By the time she graduated in 2018, she had earned two years’ worth of Miami credits. She began at Miami Hamilton in the fall of 2018, initially intent on an education degree.
The Center for Service and Social Action (CSSA) at John Carroll University is launching a student-run food truck business. By day, the truck will serve Cleveland’s full-pay lunch market. On select evenings and weekends, the proceeds from the daytime business will be used to provide low- or no-cost hot meals to customers who are homeless.
Efficiency and accuracy are everything in motorsports. Finely tuned engineering workflows must operate on demanding timelines and reliably deliver aerodynamically optimized vehicles. Automotive and industrial company D2H Advanced Technologies relies on the Ohio Supercomputer Center’s (OSC) on-demand high performance computing (HPC) for maximum efficiency in both process and product.
Lorain County Community College (LCCC) offers a fast track to employment with tuition-free, short-term certificate programs that include a direct path to a new career. Most programs can be completed in 16 weeks or less.
Programs align with in-demand jobs including healthcare, business, IT, and manufacturing industries. Upon completion of these short-term certificates, students will earn an industry-recognized credential, receive career and interview coaching, and be connected to local employers that are ready to hire.