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We are delighted to be recognized as the first career and technical career center in the State of Ohio. In 1965, Auburn held its first classes under the leadership of Mr. Henry LaMuth, our first superintendent.
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Auburn's Adult Workforce Education Department offers a variety of programs and training to meet the demands of the ever-changing workplace. Planning your career is a challenging and exciting process. If you need assistance in determining the best path or have questions related to a particular class, contact the Adult Workforce Department at 440-357-7542.
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Auburn has helped thousands of Northeast Ohio’s high school students obtain expertise in their chosen fields. Auburn gives high schoolers a supportive learning environment where everyone is invested in their success. Whether students choose college or career, they take the next steps to their future with confidence.
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Welcome! Due to the pandemic, Auburn has prioritized the health and safety of our communities and developed a safe and virtual way to explore and discover our programs. You can take self-guided tours, 360-degree tours; meet our teachers, staff, students and alumni through videos; get information about programs, certifications and college credits and more!
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Get the training and professional support your business needs! Get to know AuburnCC and help us empower, excel and enrich your business and the community.
Alumni General Information
For over 50 years, Auburn has helped open new doors for thousands of students through our career and technical programs. We are proud of all our high school and adult education graduates and we want to hear from our alumni. Let us know where you are now and what you are up to. As we hear from you, we hope to develop a directory as well as bring together graduates from all of our classes to become a part of Auburn's Alumni Association.
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This section is intended to keep our families & community up-to-date regarding the current COVID-19 situation. As new information becomes available, it will be posted here.
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Auburn Career Center is registered for the Ohio Safer Schools Tip Line.
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Auburn is registered with Safer Schools Ohio. Call or text 844-SAFEROH to report anything suspicious or endangering.
What is Safer Schools Ohio?
A safety resource is available to Ohio Schools that could prevent and alert local law enforcement to a school safety crisis. This resource – an anonymous tip line service – is available free of charge to every school district and public and private school in Ohio.
The Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio Department of Public Safety launched the SaferOH tip line that will accept both calls and texts 24 hours a day for schools that register for the service.
This tip line allows students and adults to anonymously share information with school officials and law enforcement about threats to student safety—whether that involves a threatened mass incident or harm to a single student.
Every tip can remain anonymous. School safety analysts may ask for additional information, but the caller can remain secret or leave his or her contact information for later follow-up.
Calls or texts to 844-SaferOH (844-723-3764) are answered by analysts in the Ohio Homeland Security’s Threat Assessment and Prevention (TAP) Unit. When action is needed, the TAP Unit immediately forwards information to local school officials, local law enforcement agencies and others, if necessary.
TAP Unit analysts always follow up quickly with the affected school and law enforcement agencies to make sure that the incident is investigated, action is taken and the outcome is tracked.
The assurance that their calls or texts cannot be traced and that serious, proper action will be taken to end the threat is helping to persuade young people to take a stand against school violence.
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