Hannaford Career Center Newsletter
2020-2021 Quarter Two Outstanding Students
ART Technical - Evalin Pachman (MAUHS)
Automotive Technology 101 - Walker Bartlett (MAUHS)
Automotive Technology 103 - Colby Gile (MAUHS)
Civil Engineering & Architecture - Madeline Donaldson (MAUHS)
Computer Science Principles - Jesse Thomsen (MAUHS)
Construction Technology 1 - Lucas Phillips (MAUHS)
Sustainable Agriculture 1 - Abigail Reen (MAUHS)
Diesel Power Technology 2 - Matthew Fitzsimmons (MUHS)
Human Services Early Childhood - Kailyn LaDuke (MUHS)
Human Services Foundation - Kyle Mitchell (MUHS)
Industrial Design & Fabrication - Henry Swan (MUHS)
Mechanical Science - Dylan Stowe (MUHS)
Medical Professions 1 - Reese Fitzgerald (MUHS)
Plant & Animal Science - Elisabeth Crawford (MUHS)
Plant & Animal Science - Shyanne Wedge (MUHS)
Visual Communications - Vivian Ross (MUHS)
ART Performance - Alex Rice (VUHS)
Conservation Equipment Operation - Hunter Morin (VUHS)
Construction Technology 1 - Jeremiah Moulton (VUHS)
Culinary Arts - Emma Campbell (VUHS)
Design & Illustration - Avery Husk (VUHS)
Diesel Power Technology 1 - Joshua Ramon (VUHS)
Intro to STEM - Spencer White (VUHS)
Mechanical Science - Spencer White (VUHS)
Medical Professions 2 - Tucker Stearns (VUHS)
Sustainable Agriculture 2 - Karrie Ayer (VUHS)
Wildlife Management - Zachary Botala (VUHS)
Medical Professions at the Career Center
During February, Medical Professions students were busy learning about the cardiovascular system. Medical 2 students made "alien hearts" out of clay to demonstrate how the heart works. Medical 1 students created posters on how the heart works naming the parts of the heart and blood flow. More recently, the students have been studying the respiratory system, learning about diseases of the lungs, and their causes whether it be from smoking, pollution or genetics. They are currently learning about the immune system, which is very timely given the pandemic and vaccines. Medical Professions 1 has signed up for HOSA and Medical 2 for SkillsUSA. Both competitions are in early April. Best of luck to our students in those events.
Career Center Program Information - There's Still Time to Apply for Some 21-22 Programs
High school students, consider the Hannaford Career Center to extend your learning opportunities and help you develop valuable skills for college, career, and life. Check out The Benefits of Career Technical Education (CTE), a 2.5 minute video to get you started about why this choice could be a great fit for you. Then use the links below to learn more or apply to a program. We look forward to seeing you at the Hannaford Career Center.
Be sure to check out our new and improved website.
With millions looking for work, stigmas create a dearth of skilled tradespeople - PBS NewsHour video (8.5 minutes) worth a watch as you consider the benefits of career and technical education.
More details about all career center programs can be found in our course descriptions.
Visiting the Career Center
While we can’t have large groups visiting the career center currently, we do want individuals interested in specific programs to have this opportunity. If visiting would be helpful to determine whether to apply to a program, please contact Brenda Logee, our School Counseling Coordinator, at 382-1007 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applying to the Career Center
For pre-technical and first year technical program students, please apply online using this Google form. If you prefer to submit a paper application, you can fill out and print (or email to email@example.com) this fillable PDF application. Be sure to download the pdf in order to complete it electronically.
For students interested in returning for a second year in their current technical program, please complete this Google form. If you want to attend a different program next year, please complete the application linked above for first year students.
Your high school counselor is also a great resource for your questions about the career center.
National FFA Week - February 21-27, 2021
Advancing Addison County - Virtual Apprenticeship Fair
United Way of Addison County Prevention Team - Parent Resources
The UWAC Prevention Team is excited to share their CAMP Guide for Parents. 'CAMP Talk' is a how-to guide for parents to confidently and successfully communicate with their kids about substance use. The guide includes helpful tips, facts, and resources to support parents/guardians through what can be a difficult topic to discuss. You can find the guide here. You can see more resources and information on the UWAC Prevention webpage.
Check out the new MAP Guide here created by our prevention coordinator, Tim. Learn about how alcohol and cannabis policies can help decrease youth substance use, increase protective factors, and have positive impacts on our local economy.