FCCC students earn scholarships


Four County Career Center in Archbold is proud to announce that three students from the Network Administration and Cybersecurity program have been awarded scholarships to attend the University of Northwestern Ohio. The scholarships were awarded as the result of the Information technology Scholarship Test which took place at the UNOH Open House event this past fall. Andrew Canada of Pettisville took third place, a scholarship worth $4,000; Morgan Street of Bryan finished fourth, a scholarship worth $3,000; and Collin Todd of Hilltop placed fifth, a scholarship worth $2,000. Their instructor is Tim Ricketts.


Four County Career Center in Archbold is proud to announce that three students from the Network Administration and Cybersecurity program have been awarded scholarships to attend the University of Northwestern Ohio. The scholarships were awarded as the result of the Information technology Scholarship Test which took place at the UNOH Open House event this past fall. Andrew Canada of Pettisville took third place, a scholarship worth $4,000; Morgan Street of Bryan finished fourth, a scholarship worth $3,000; and Collin Todd of Hilltop placed fifth, a scholarship worth $2,000. Their instructor is Tim Ricketts.

Four County Career Center in Archbold is proud to announce that three students from the Network Administration and Cybersecurity program have been awarded scholarships to attend the University of Northwestern Ohio. The scholarships were awarded as the result of the Information technology Scholarship Test which took place at the UNOH Open House event this past fall. Andrew Canada of Pettisville took third place, a scholarship worth $4,000; Morgan Street of Bryan finished fourth, a scholarship worth $3,000; and Collin Todd of Hilltop placed fifth, a scholarship worth $2,000. Their instructor is Tim Ricketts.
http://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2017/12/web1_FCCC-photo.jpgFour County Career Center in Archbold is proud to announce that three students from the Network Administration and Cybersecurity program have been awarded scholarships to attend the University of Northwestern Ohio. The scholarships were awarded as the result of the Information technology Scholarship Test which took place at the UNOH Open House event this past fall. Andrew Canada of Pettisville took third place, a scholarship worth $4,000; Morgan Street of Bryan finished fourth, a scholarship worth $3,000; and Collin Todd of Hilltop placed fifth, a scholarship worth $2,000. Their instructor is Tim Ricketts.