Archive for the ‘Student Ambassadors’ Category

Kelsey Webb 

Business students advance to Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference

COLUMBUS, Ohio- Eleven Riverside High School students enrolled in the Ohio Hi-Point Business and Media Arts satellite program competed at the Business Professionals of America (BPA) State Leadership Conference in March. Four advanced to the national competition.

National qualifiers (left to right): Helena Faulder, Monica Hurley, Hunter Kreglow and Philip Corwin

Philip Corwin placed first in state in Banking and Finance; Helena Faluder placed second in state in Keyboarding Production; Hunter Kreglow placed third in state in Interviewing Skills; and Monica Hurley placed fifth in state in Fundamental Desktop Publishing.

Four students received the prestigious Torch Award. The Torch Award focuses on leadership, service, cooperation, knowledge, friendship, love, hope, faith and patriotism. Tanner Lane, Lindsey Hall, Jasmine Bryant and Christian Downing were four of the 88 Ohio BPA students who received the honor. ​After completing a series of activities, the students log the activities in an online Torch Resume.

Tanner Lane, Lindsey Hall and Jasmine Bryant will be traveling to Anaheim to be awarded their National Ambassador Torch Award

The National Ambassador Torch Award is given at the national level and requires 70 points in each Torch category. An Ambassador is defined as “a diplomatic official of the highest rank appointed and accredited as representative of the organization.”

The advancing Riverside/Ohio Hi-Point BPA students will join over 5,000 other delegates from across the nation at the Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, CA, May 6- May 10, 2015.

 

Kelsey Webb 

OHP hosts Dr. Earl Sloan reception

The Ohio Hi-Point Career Center’s students and staff had an opportunity to thank a vital supporter of the career center, The Sloan Foundation, during a celebration for the late Dr. Earl Sloan.

The annual event, which was held in the Sloan Inn on Wednesday afternoon, was attended by Sloan Trustees to hear students talk about preparing for career success with the equipment provided by the Sloan Foundation.

Student speakers included Jordan Erevia (Multimedia Marketing, Benjamin Logan), Jordan Craig (Professional Turf and Landscaping, Benjamin Logan) and Dixon Shapiro (Electronics Engineering, Marysville).

Electronics Engineering students, Dixon Shapiro, speaks to the Sloan Foundation.

Printing and Graphics students Zack Prater (Benjamin Logan) and Kayla Snyder (Marysville) showcased an augmented reality presentation to the trustees while Multimedia Marketing students Jordan Erevia and Andrew Felty (Benjamin Logan) produced a video showcasing multiple labs with advanced technology made possible by the Sloan Foundation.

Special guest, Ted Bunn, Managing Director at Atlantic Trust, spoke to staff and students saying, “Students allow the legacy of Dr. Earl Sloan to continue. They are the inspiration face to the work we do when we hear and watch students work with robots, programming and cutting-edge technology to have a leg-up in the workforce.”

Ted Bunn, Managing Director at Atlantic Trust, said students were "the inspiration face behind the work we do."

The support of the Trustees has pushed Ohio Hi-Point to the front lines of advanced technology; providing robots, programming, medical equipment, digital technology and much more to students who attend Ohio Hi-Point from 14 partner schools.

Dr. Earl Sloan, in his Last Will and Testament, established the Sloan Foundation in 1920. Sloan listed the Trustees to establish and maintain a school for teaching trade education to students in Logan County.

To date, the Sloan Foundation has given over seven million dollars to benefit students in Logan County.

Auto Collision instructor, Bob Newland, speaks to a member of the Sloan Foundation.

 

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Ohio Hi-Point honors class of 2013 at convocation ceremony

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Low advances to SkillsUSA National Championships

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Hi-Point inducts new members to NTHS

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OHP’s Carrig receives Excellence in Teaching award

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Students advance to SkillsUSA State Championships

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