“Constructing this partnership and being able to collaborate with Choffin has been useful for everybody concerned,” stated Mike Stanko, chairman of the board of administrators of the Mahoning County Technical and Vocational Heart.
CANFIELD – After 4 years of partnership for administrative providers, Mahoning County Technical and Vocational Heart and Choffin Technical and Vocational Heart have determined to go their separate methods.
“The YCSD and MCCTC have had an excellent working relationship,” Youngstown Metropolis College District CEO Justin Jennings stated in a press launch. “This partnership and these relationships will proceed in different tasks. Now we have reached a degree at YCSD the place we wish to higher serve our inside Choffin fellows. ”
In 2017, MCCTC started offering administrative providers and assist to Choffin for its secondary and grownup teaching programs.
“Exposing college students to vocational know-how coaching is so vital,” stated Mike Stanko, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of MCCTC. “Constructing this partnership and being able to collaborate with Choffin has been useful for everybody concerned.”
The deal lasted for 3 years and was by no means meant to be everlasting, the discharge says. Final yr Jennings and MCCTC Superintendent John Zehentbauer agreed to a one-year extension.
“This partnership has been fruitful for each college districts,” stated Zehentbauer. “I had the possibility to work with nice individuals in highschool and grownup and now I really feel a part of the Youngstown household. I’ve no doubts that Choffin is destined for nice issues and I’ll proceed to assist in the transition and assist them sooner or later.