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Left to right: Tom Roth, president of NGLCO, Sabrina Rahz, Mary Beth Miller - board member of NGLCO, and Dave Richards - Sabrina's teacher in 2017-2018

Alum Sabrina Rahz Receives Young Professional Award

Sabrina Rahz was recently presented with the Young Professional Award from the Nursery Growers of Lake County during their annual banquet. Rahz is a 2018 alum of Auburn Career Center’s Plant, Turf and Landscape Management program.

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Jack Flanigan Designs 3D Putter

Jack Flanigan, an Auburn Technology Engineering and Design student, is part of his family business, Flanigan Bilt Putters. Their putters are recognized for their classic looks, incredible feel and outstanding performance. Loyal 66 blade putter was chosen as one of Golf Digest's top 50 blade putters and featured in their 2022 Hot List. 
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Students Place 1st at Cybersecurity Capture the Flag

A team from our Computer Networking Technology and Cybersecurity class took first place out of 81 teams competing across Ohio in a Capture the Flag Competition by RITE. 

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A group of firefighters standing in front of a fire truck with masks and certificates

Adult Paramedic Student Helps Deliver a Baby

It's a boy!
Andrew Bjornholm, an
Auburn Career Center Adult Public Safety
Paramedic student, has quite the story to tell. During a ride along, he along with three firefighters from
Painesville City Fire Department
responded to a call for a pregnant female at home with close contractions. 
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Auburn Career Center auto collision repair instructor Justin Bruno discusses using clay bar treatment to enhance vehicle finish with Superintendent Brian Bontempo.

Auburn Career Center sees enrollment up, multiple changes

With the 2018-19 academic year underway, students are noticing a new look at Auburn Career Center.

According to the school in Concord Township, most striking is a new logo, a red letter A with an exclamation point embedded within it, representing excitement, opportunities and a new attitude about career and technical education and its role in workforce development.

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