Contemplating careers


Four County Career Center’s Law Enforcement and Security Tactics and Fire and Rescue students hosted guest speaker Officer Joshua Zientek from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife for Fulton County. He talked to the students about careers with the ODNR. Pictured are, from left, Fire and Rescue students Dylan Duncan of Evergreen and Hunter Allen of Delta with Officer Zientek and Law Enforcement and Security Tactics students Makayla Joseph and Cheyenne Wyse, both of Delta.


Four County Career Center’s Law Enforcement and Security Tactics and Fire and Rescue students hosted guest speaker Officer Joshua Zientek from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife for Fulton County. He talked to the students about careers with the ODNR. Pictured are, from left, Fire and Rescue students Dylan Duncan of Evergreen and Hunter Allen of Delta with Officer Zientek and Law Enforcement and Security Tactics students Makayla Joseph and Cheyenne Wyse, both of Delta.

Four County Career Center’s Law Enforcement and Security Tactics and Fire and Rescue students hosted guest speaker Officer Joshua Zientek from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife for Fulton County. He talked to the students about careers with the ODNR. Pictured are, from left, Fire and Rescue students Dylan Duncan of Evergreen and Hunter Allen of Delta with Officer Zientek and Law Enforcement and Security Tactics students Makayla Joseph and Cheyenne Wyse, both of Delta.
http://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2017/11/web1_FCCC-speaker.jpgFour County Career Center’s Law Enforcement and Security Tactics and Fire and Rescue students hosted guest speaker Officer Joshua Zientek from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife for Fulton County. He talked to the students about careers with the ODNR. Pictured are, from left, Fire and Rescue students Dylan Duncan of Evergreen and Hunter Allen of Delta with Officer Zientek and Law Enforcement and Security Tactics students Makayla Joseph and Cheyenne Wyse, both of Delta.