Archive for February 2018

Beyond The Stethoscope

So many high school students are drawn toward a career in health care, yet are provided with so little information on available options.  Enter, Junior Leadership! On Feb. 27 we held our first-ever Mid-Program Opportunity focused on Health Care Career Possibilities.  For over 6 months we collaborated with Medina Hospital’s Sarah Arend and Medina County…

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Class Notes: March 2018

’94  The Finest Sandy Calvert, is Chairing the Medina County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner.  JD Vance Marine Operation Iraqi Freedom and author of the highly acclaimed book ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ is the keynote speaker. ’97  The Perfect Beth Kilchenman, Medina County Auditor’s Office, recently joined the Wadsworth YMCA Advisory Board. ’01  The Synergetic Kyle White, OSU…

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Medina County Shares Information During Webinar

Scott Miller, Medina County Administrator, provided a presentation about an upcoming tax issue with Leadership Medina County alumni on February 22, 2018. Leadership Medina County does not endorse any issues. Leadership Medina County welcomes opportunities to hear from our local government and share those opportunities with alumni.

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SPCA is Recruiting New Board Members

The Medina County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is recruiting new board members. Visit www.medinacountyspca.com to learn more about the organization.  If you are passionate about animal welfare and wish to contribute your time, thoughtfulness, and leadership one evening per month, please contact Tracey Miller (Director of Operations) at tmiller@medinacountyspca.com or call 330-723-7722 for more information…

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2018 Sikich Manufacturing Survey

We encourage all Leadership Medina County Manufacturers to take the 2018 Sikich Manufacturing Survey, a national resource for manufacturing data and research. This survey helps Sikich better understand industry pain points and M&D related challenges. Findings will also help Sikich serve as an educational resource with a pulse on current market trends and allow us…

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What Guides Us?

Yes, there was actual value in taking four years of Latin. Wearing a toga now and then may or may not have been one of them.  Better understanding of the words we use to narrate our lives definitely makes the cut. Jr. Leadership was warmly welcomed and inspired by many county leaders on its Local…

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Overcoming

Junior Leadership students that came together at the Juvenile Detention Center for an optional Mid-Program Opportunity were presented with 3 unique voices, 3 unique stories, and one common thread: choice. Mike Pistorino shared his story of child abuse, neglect, addiction and loss. His trauma led him to prison and near-death.  It also finally led him…

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The Journey Through Education Has Become More Relevant

Leadership Medina County ventured back to school this week. We journeyed to Buckeye and the Medina County Career Center. We heard from school officials about the need to educate students about what really matters. What does really matter? What’s relevant to this generation of learners? Teaching resiliency helps students withstand adversity. That’s what really matters.…

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February 2018 Leading Edge e-Newsletter

Articles Emerging Leaders Celebrate Graduation Leadership Medina County Selects 1,000th Participant The Journey Through Education Has Become More Relevant Leadership Medina County Selects New Junior Leadership Director What Guides Us? Overcoming Events JrLMC Health Care Career Possibilities Day: February 27, 2018 JrLMC Graduation: March 22, 2018 Board Training: April 13, 2018 Signature Graduation: May 16,…

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New Director of Junior Leadership Medina County Named

Carrie Park has been named Director of Junior Leadership Medina County. She will be replacing retiring director, Susan Vlcek, March 22, 2018. The extensive search for a new director was conducted this past year by the Junior Leadership Succession committee. The result was an impressive pool of candidates from which to choose, with the final…

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