The MVCTC is placing a Renewal Levy of 2.18 mill on the November 3, 2020 ballot. The Renewal Levy is NOT new money and would be for current operating expenses and improvement to school buildings and sites, including equipment and furnishings.

  • This levy funds MVCTC’s educational operations: the teachers, textbooks, technology and core programs. It is needed for MVCTC to...
    • Have teachers and equipment to prepare students for good jobs in healthcare, public safety, hospitality, information technology, and skilled trades.
    • Keep 40 career technical programs that prepare high school students from 27 school districts for jobs and college.
    • Keep adult education programs that prepare adults for healthcare and skilled trades jobs, train people for new, in-demand jobs, and help adults earn their high school diploma and industry certifications.
    • Provide quality training for businesses in our area to compete effectively. Helping retain and add jobs here.
  • Property Tax - Renewal - 2.18 mills - 10 Years - This is a renewal of the levy passed in 2011. In today’s economy, MVCTC is worth investing in again.

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remember to VOTE starting October 6, 2020!

Miami Valley Career Technology Center means a bright future for our region's workforce and economy! More than ever career technical training is seen as the answer to provide young adults with a successful career and area employers with a much needed skilled workforce!

  • MVCTC partners with 27 area school districts to help high school students find careers of interest and graduate with the skills needed for good jobs.
  • MVCTC also trains adults who need to update their career skills and retrain for good jobs - in agriculture, arts and communications, automotive technology, building and construction, healthcare, industrial technology, manufacturing, and public safety- rely on MVCTC to keep them working.
  • MVCTC partners with several area colleges, so MVCTC students can earn college credit while in high school and be prepared with the skills they need to earn their degrees.
  • MVCTC works closely with local businesses to provide training for in-demand jobs - keeping our region growing by attracting and retaining good jobs.