BHCC Features 23 Programs - Preparing Today's Students for Tomorrow's Careers
BHCC Features 23 Programs
Preparing Today's Students for Tomorrow's Careers


Belmont- Harrison Career Centers

Your Source for a Quality Education and a Fulfilling Career

Come to the Belmont or Harrison Career Centers to learn a skill, develop a trade and further your potential. Our career-technical courses align curriculum with challenging academic and technical content standards to prepare our students for careers or college.

Qualified senior students are eligible for early job placement during school hours. Students have the option to go directly to work after graduation or continue their education at the post-secondary level.

Many of our programs have state and national credential opportunities. This advantage will give our students the essentials needed in today's challenging and highly technical workforce.

Online Board Meeting

JULY 20, 2020.....BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

Pursuant to Senate Bill 197, the Belmont-Harrison Vocational School District Board of Education will conduct its regular meeting of the Board on July 20, 2020 at 6:00 pm electronically. The Belmont Career Center will be closed. The public may attend the meeting online by accessing this link at the time of the meeting.


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My Experience At The Belmont Career Center Was More Than I Expected!

Mason Kanyuch - Automotive Technology, Union Local High School

"I entered the Automotive Technology program my junior year of high school.  Being honest, the main reason I decided to go to the Career Center was to avoid more academic work.  When I started in the Automotive Technology program, I truly had no intentions on being where I am today.  At the time, my goal was to own my own food truck.  My only intentions were to learn enough to fix my food truck one day.  I wanted to learn what I could in the Automotive Technology program to help my food truck business.  It was never in my plan to enter the automotive industry.

Once I started the program at the Career Center, I was working on projects and learning new things from my instructor Mr. Garrett.  I was becoming more interested in entering the automotive industry.  I was working a job at Sears when I realized my fantasy of owning a food truck was simply just a fantasy.  With the advice from Mr. Garrett and my dad, I decided I wanted to work in the automotive industry.  Mr. Garrett informed me of all the possible opportunities in the automotive field.  My dad said, 'If you know how to work on cars, then there will always be work.'  After making my decision, I asked Mr. Garrett to give me as much work as he could so I could learn as much as possible.  That summer I started my job at Whiteside Chevrolet.

At the start of my senior year, I began preparing for the ASE certifications.  Mr. Garrett prepared the class well for them with the practice tests and all the information he taught us.  When it came time, I took the tests and with two attempts I obtained nine out of ten ASE certifications my senior year.

As a kid just wanting to learn enough to work on a food truck, I am now an ASE certified technician.  Thanks to a great program and a great instructor.  Mr. Garrett helped me see that I have a passion for the automotive industry.  I cannot wait to use all I've learned from the Career Center in my career as an automotive technician."





 
Belmont-Harrison Career Center Students of the Month


Savannah Curtis - Senior
Harrison Career Center
February


Brent Wright - Junior
Harrison Career Center
February


Autumn Ruckman - Sophomore
Harrison Career Center
February


Kaden Miller - Freshman
Harrison Career Center
February


Devon Alexander - Freshman
Belmont Career Center
February


Ashton Eckert - Sophomore
Belmont Career Center
February


Chad Barbe - Junior
Belmont Career Center
February


Elizabeth Davis - Senior
Belmont Career Center
February

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Precision Machining

Students in Precision Machining learn safety and operation of milling machines, drill presses, grinders and lathes. Students create, to a high degree of accuracy, machined parts from various materials such as metals and plastics. These machined parts are ...read more →




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