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Bullying & Harassment

Bullying & Harassment Filing a Report for Harassment/Bullying/Intimidation Harassment, bullying, and intimidation is defined by the Ohio Revised Code as an “intentional written, verbal, graphic, physical or electronic act that a student or group of students exhibited toward the alleged victim more than once; and the behavior both causes mental or physical harm to the other student, and is sufficiently severe, persistent or pervasive that it creates an intimidating, threatening or abusive educational environment for the other student" (ORC3313.666) and that false reports will result in disciplinary action pursuant to the Student Code of Conduct that may include, but not limited to: detention, suspension, and/or expulsion depending on the circumstances. If you have been the victim, or know of a victim, who is suffering harassment, bullying or intimidation as defined above, please report the incidents to Ralph Sandy, the Academy of the Arts Principal. Ralph Sandy Email: ralph.sandy@mahoningctc.comExtension: 1203 You may also submit this report using our online form:Harassment/Bullying Form Required Reporting 2018-2019 School Year: 9/26/18 2019-2020 School Year: 10/21/19, 2/28/20 2020-2021 School Year: No reported bullying Parent/Student Resources Stop Bullying - Federal Site Cyber Bullying Research Center Facebook Help Center The Trevor Project - Crisis Hotline National Bullying Prevention Center Stomp Out Bullying Online Safety for Children and Teens Guide to Smartphone Safety


RAMTEC Credentials

RAMTEC Credentials At MCCTC, students will have the unique opportunity to gain additional credentials in robotics and advanced manufacturing industry certifications through RAMTEC while still in High School. RAMTEC moves beyond manufacturing and robotics basics to prepare students for the shifting demands of real-world manufacturing facilities though extensive industry partnerships RAMTEC’s cutting-edge work has been recognized by the Society of Manufacturing Educational Foundation, Ohio Economic Development Association, Governor Kasich, and the Ohio Department of Education. Dozens of corporate and educational partners help RAMTEC stay on the forefront of technology. RAMTEC's Mission is to grow Ohio's economy by building a skilled workforce, partnering with effective training programs, and connecting Ohio employers with qualified workers in Automated and Advanced Manufacturing. RAMTEC provides opportunities for high school students in Advanced Machining, Engineering Technologies, and Welding. RAMTEC partnered with the six biggest companies in the WORLD to create curriculum, affordable prices to education, training, and certifications. FANUC Robotics, Yaskawa/Motoman Robotics, FANUC CNC Machining, Parker Hannifin Hydraulics, Rockwell Automation/Allen Bradley PLC's and Lincoln Electric Welding, and Stratasys 3D Printing supply the highest percentage of Advanced Manufacturing equipment to the Automation Industry today. Increasing sophistication in technology and product manufacturing means that the skill-level of entry-level employees is constantly on the rise. This means that being prepared requires more than a basic understanding, but an immersion in industry experience that can only be gained by learning from those that do. RAMTEC’s highly qualified instructors are strongly connected to industry leaders fostering an education filled with the most up-to-date and relevant practices. Coupled with the opportunity to gain several recognized certifications, RAMTEC graduates enter the workforce with strong knowledge and advanced skills RAMTEC develops, delivers, and expands upon the partnerships of Inudstry, Education, and Ohio's existing workforce initiatives. In The News THE BUSINESS JOURNAL - MCCTC Robotics Course Aids in Upskilling Local Workers Industry Shortage 84% of executives agree there is a talent shortage in U.S. manufacturing CEO's and manufacturing executives around the world identify talent-driven innovation as the number one determinant of competitiveness. Yet, manufactoring executives report a signficant gap in their ability to find talent with required skills. RAMTEC has partnered with world leading companies that represent over 37 billion dollars worth of equipment used in industries throughout the United States and allowed RAMTEC's to utilize their equipment, curriculum, and instructor training resources within their school's facilities. This is what Industry Leaders are saying. "The RAMTEC center will allow us to generate interest in the manufacturing field while helping students develop the skillsets neccessary for a successful and limitlenss career in the manufacturing industry... Our facility is a fully integrated development and manufacturing facility, meaning that we utilize a wide variety of advanced manufacturing technology and skillsets... Our current and new employees will benefit from the manufacturing technology training at RAMTEC." - SCHAEFFLER (LUK USA LLC) "Peppridge Farm realizes the need for highly skilled and credentialed employees for advanced and specialized manufacturing jobs... RAMTEC reduces the skills gap and becomes a pipeline for highly skilled employees in advanced manufacturing." - PEPPRIDGE FARM, INC. "Our company is committed to the training of youth in the area through proven blended learning, e-learning, and hands-on training that exposes students to advanced manufacturing. The program emphasis is a continuing pathway towards industrial credentialing, certifications, competency-based laps of instruction and very important credits toward post-secondary certifications and college degrees." - HONDA NORTH AMERICA, INC. "As our current employees retire we need to hire employees that are skilled in the aspects of hydraulics, welding, robotics, industrial electricity, programmable logic controls, programming and troubleshooting our numerous robots. With the equipment and curriculum that comes along with the RAMTEC program, we strongly feel that it will help prepare our new employees with the skilled trades that are needed for the 21st century.” – GENERAL MOTORS CASTING OPERATIONS PLANT “We have an enormous need for capable employees to replace the many retirements we are facing in the next five years. Both existing and potential new employees will benefit from training in technology fields such as robotics, programmable logic controllers and machine and/or robotic vision." – THE WOOSTER BRUSH COMPANY Over the next decade nearly 3 1/2 Million manufacturing jobs likely need to be filled. The skills gap is expected to result in 2 Million of these jobs being unfilled. The key to closing the skills gap in advanced manufacturing is delivering education & training that mirrors what is taking place in industry. Industry Credentials Defined: A process of program evaluation ensuring that individual programs meet Industry standards in the areas of curriculum, teacher qualification, lab specifications, equipment as developed or supported by business and Industry to verify student mastery of technical skills and competencies. The RAMTEC model is a national response to deliver competency-based, stackable industry training leading to Industry Credentials for future workers in robotics, automation, industrial maintenance, advanced manufacturing and the connected enterprise. As you know, at MCCTC you can expect this model to be delevered at the highest level by the teachers you already know and trust. To view RAMTEC's website, click here.


Enrollment Process FAQ

Applications for Mahoning County Career and Technical Center will be accepted through the beginning of the school year based on availability in each program. Our goal is to help every interested student find a program that is well-aligned with their interests, skills, and future plans.


MCCTC / JVS Alumni Information

Alumni Connection Just because high school is over, doesn't mean that you have to lose touch. It can be hard to keep up-to-date with everyone through social media, especially when many people don't use social media. We'll keep everything in one place so you can search here first. Join the MCCTC Alumni Connection to stay updated on reunions, classmates, news, and more. Register for the Alumni page below! Loading... Alumni Connection Links Alumni Association Facebook


Quick Reference Guide

A quick guide to all the information you need about the STEM+ME2 classes located on Palmyra Rd., Canfield, Ohio.


Mahoning County Career & Technical Center

7300 North Palmyra Rd., Canfield, OH 44406

High School - 330-729-4000 Adult Division - 330-729-4100

The MCCTC offers a group of passionate professionals ready to help you begin your career. Since 1972, MCCTC has provided thousands of students with the education to lead a successful career and life. Once enrolled in one of our diverse programs, your options and potential are limitless.

The Mahoning County Career and Technical Center offers adults an opportunity to start or advance in a career. MCCTC Adult Career Center offers Industry Credential Programs, professional development classes and other courses to put you on the right track.

Governing Board Members

  • Mrs. Marie Dockry, President
  • Ms. Beth Donofrio, Vice-President
  • Mr. Ronald Shives, Board Member
  • Jeffery Good, Board Member
  • Mr. Richard S. Scarsella, Board Member
  • Mr. Michael Stanko, Board Member
  • Attorney Kathi McNabb-Welsh, Board Member
  • John Zehentbauer - Superintendent

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