WCCC students Place at BPA Nationals
Fourteen Warren County Career Center students competed at the 2019 Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, Calif. recently.
Students from the Programming and Software Development WCCC/Springboro High School satellite program competed in Database Applications, SQL Database Fundamentals, C++ Programming and Web Applications - Virtual Team. Sophomore, Robbie Langer, placed 2nd in the Nation in the C++ Programming event. Springboro students who also competed include Tyler Thompson, Nathan Matteson, Lee Stahler, Saleem Dweik and AJ Pugh.
Students from the WCCC/Kings High School satellite Digital Media Arts and Information Technology programs competed in Fundamental Desktop Publishing, Virtual Multimedia and PC Servicing. Sydney Theiss placed 2nd in the Nation in Fundamental Desktop Publishing, Victoria Wesloh placed 3rd in the Nation in Fundamental Desktop Publishing, and Avneet Dharni, Sarah Giesy, and Grace Panch placed in the Top 10 in the Nation in Virtual Multimedia & Promotion Team. Also competing was Kings student Chris Woods in PC Servicing & Troubleshooting.
Students from the Warren County Career Center Legal Office program Emmaline Brown, Little Miami, competed in Intermediate Word Processing, and Madison Meadows, Franklin, competed in Basic Office Systems.