Community Connection

The Medina County Career Center is committed with a continuing relationship with our community. Submit employment opportunities for our students, explore our customer services, view our highlighted news and events and more. 

Advisory Council Ohio Department of Education Career-Technical & Adult Education Program Guidelines

Bright Eyedeas Optical Clinic Students in the Optical Technology program work with a local Optometrist to provide eye exams and glasses for those in need.

Center Café Restaurant The Center Café Restaurant offers sit down lunch Wednesday through Friday from 10:30am to 1:00pm.

Employers Post Job Openings If you have an employment opportunity that you would like to forward to our students, please complete the following form.

Events District-wide calendar of events.

Medina County Challenge Course The Medina County CHALLENGE involves people in a powerful and integrated “learning by doing” approach. Groups engage in activities and initiatives that encourage critical thinking and risk taking.

MCCC Giving Back The Medina County Career Center staff and students are very involved in our community.

MCCC Greenhouse Students in the Landscape & Environmental Management program maintain the MCCC Greehouse. Retail sale events during school year.

Online Alumni Feedback Form We love to hear from our graduates - tell us what you are doing today and if you are interested in being a guest speaker or ambassador.

Paws-To-Play Pet Shop The Paws-To-Play Pet Shop is run by our Animal Managment and Care program and operates a retail store selling small animal supplies.

Preschool and Childcare Services The Medina County Career Center offers half-day and full-day programs for infants, toddlers and preschoolers. Through a grant from the Ohio Department of Education, special consideration is given to low income families.

Today's Image Salon Today's Image Salon offers a full range of salon services performed by cosmetology students, under the direct supervision of licensed cosmetology professionals.

Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act The student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act requires all schools receiving certain federal funds to disclose completion/graduation rates and campus crime statistics to employers, students and potential students.

Safe School Hotline Help keep our school safe with the Safe School Helpline! Use the Safe School Helpline to report threats of violence, suicide and illegal activity that could harm children in our school. Your call is private, confidential, and anonymous.