ZANESVILLE -- The annual Teacher Career Camp recently took place at Mid-East Career and Technology Centers Zanesville and Buffalo Campuses.
The purpose of the camp is for participants to get a better understanding of Mid-East and career-technical education by participating in hands-on activities in the various career fields and share this information with their students.
This year, teacher campers spent an hour in 10 different classrooms including the Health Technology Lab, Eight Grade Mobile Lab, Computer Networking/Electronic Technology Lab, Criminal Justice Lab, Banking and Financial Services Lab, Cosmetology Lab, Restaurant Operations Lab, Computerized Machine Tool Systems Lab, Dental Assisting Lab and Commercial Art Lab.
A lunch presentation was given by Larissa Harper of Zane State regarding the Pathways to Engineering program in which students can simultaneously earn their high school diploma and associate degree.
Upon completion of the two-and-a-half day camp, participants earn one semester hour of credit through Muskingum University.