Please Help Us Win $10,000 for JVS Student Scholarships
May 26, 2015 -- Students, parents, community members and business partners . . . You have the chance to help the JVS Educational Foundation win $10,000! The Community Foundation of Lorain County is having a contest from May 1-May 31st on Facebook. All you have to do is make sure you are logged into your Facebook account, then click this link, www.steelenct.com/lcjvs which takes you to their Facebook Page. Once there just “like” the JVS photo you see there. The top three schools will win $10,000, $5,000 and $2,500, respectively (to be added to their endowment fund.)
Last year the JVS Educational Foundation awarded almost $50,000 in scholarships, grants and incentives to graduating seniors.
Please help us by “liking” the photo you see here on the Community Foundation of Lorain County's facebook page. Share this information with as many people as you can through your social media channels and email. The JVS Foundation appreciates your support of students scholarships at the JVS.
JVS Awards Scholarships to College Bound Seniors
Scholarship recipients/from left: Beth Casteel, Doc Patterson, Danielle Pringle, Katelynn Roby, Julia Marks, Heather Smyth.
May 25, 2015 -- The Lorain County JVS Senior Recognition Ceremony was held at the Palace Theater on
May 22. Three hundred and sixty-four students received career-technical certifications in their career fields. Students were awarded $38,800 in local scholarships from the JVS Educational Foundation, JVS Teachers’ Association, JVS PTA, JVS Board of Education, Ross Transportation Services Inc., Medical Mutual of Ohio, KMU Trucking & Excavating and LifeShare Community Blood Services.
Additionally, JVS students receive thousands of dollars in scholarships for their performance at career-technical skill events. Although too numerous to mention every scholarship awarded, students earned more than $351,000 from outside organizations, colleges, and technical schools.
During the ceremony 10 students were recognized for being members of the National Technical Honor Society and 53 students were nominated for “Outstanding Senior” in their program. Additionally 21 students were awarded Board Proclamations for participating at the national level in career-technical skill events.
Cosmetology student, Kirsten Long (Wellington) was the student speaker. Digital Media Arts student, Molly VanHorn (Clearview) began the celebration by singing the national anthem.