PHOTOS PROVIDED / THE VILLAGE REPORTERCAREER NIGHT … Four County Career Center recently hosted a Career Night Open House, providing an opportunity for the public, particularly sophomores and their parents, to explore the career and technical labs and classrooms. The event featured instructors and counselors who were readily available to answer questions and guide visitors through the various career and technical programs, as well as discuss college credit options. Shown above talking about the Precision Machining & Robotics program at the Career Center are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Braxton John and Danielle Walters from Stryker with Matthew Scarberry, instructor. Shown below talking about the Auto Collision Repair program at the Career Center are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Lucas Biddle and James Biddle from Wauseon with Eric Eisel, instructor. With a commitment to education, the Career Center offers 30 career and technical programs to high school juniors and seniors from 22 high schools across Defiance, Fulton, Henry, and Williams counties. For those interested in getting a closer look at the campus, a 360 Virtual Tour is available. Sophomores looking to apply for the 2024-2025 school year are encouraged to visit the Career Center’s website at www.fourcounty.net or reach out to the Student Services Office at 419-267-3331.