Greene County Career Center offers award-winning career-technical training for high school and adult students. Located near Xenia, the center has been in existence since 1967 and has become a state leader in preparing high school juniors and seniors for the world of work and higher education. Adult Workforce Education operates under Ohio’s University System and has an excellent reputation for providing affordable training options for adults seeking new career opportunities.
Over 600 high school juniors and seniors are served at the main campus and another 1000 through various satellite programs located at various school districts in Greene County. Today’s career-technical curriculum stresses hands-on learning in a laboratory session along with challenging academic preparation. Students spend half their day in the career-technical program of their choice. These range from Cosmetology to Welding, Allied Health Technologies to Information Technology. All told, there are 20 programs at the main campus.
Adult Workforce Education covers many of the same career-technical program areas and also includes GED preparation and testing. Full-time programs include HVAC, Medical Assisting, STNA, Electrical Wiring, Medical Office Specialist and Basic Peace Officer Training. Financial Aid is available for those who qualify in these relatively short-term, highly-focuses classes.