Career Center’s February Students of the Month

The Washington County Career Center honors its February Students of the Month, Latosha Christopher and Brett Huck.

Latosha Christopher is a Warren senior enrolled in the Patient Health Care program, and she is the daughter of Timothy and Trista Christopher of Belpre.

At the Career Center, Christopher is a member of student council, National Technical Honor Society, and the SkillsUSA youth organization. She holds the office of class secretary in Patient Health Care. During her junior year, Christopher participated in Tech Prep with a project titled “Natural Home Remedies”. She has received awards for All A’s principal list, perfect attendance, Outstanding Patient Health Care Student, and Outstanding English Student. At Warren High School, Christopher was a JV cheerleader her freshman and sophomore years. Patient Health Care instructor, Emma Otstot, nominated her for this honor and commented on special traits and roles that Christopher carries such as focused, strong work ethic, excellent student, respectful, pleasant personality, and always tries to do her best.

Christopher is currently working in the Career Center’s treasurer’s office as an office assistant. Upon graduation, she plans to attend the Career Center Adult Technical Training to obtain a certification as a surgical technician.

Brett Huck is a Waterford senior enrolled in the Sports Medicine and Exercise Science program, and he is the son of Paul and Amy Huck of Waterford.

At the Career Center, Huck has earned awards for All A’s principal list, All A’s and B’s honor roll, and Outstanding English Student. He is a member of the SkillsUSA youth organization where he holds the office of chapter historian. Additionally, Huck serves as the class president of the Sports Medicine and Exercise Science program and is a teacher’s assistant to the instructor. He obtained his Certified Fitness Trainer certificate (CFT) at the end of his junior year through his program and the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA). At Waterford High School, Huck’s been active in baseball, Spanish Club, and FFA. For the past 11 years, he has been a member of 4H. Sports Medicine and Exercise Science instructor, Lauren Copen, nominated him for this honor and commented on special traits and roles that Huck carries such as honest, hardworking, caring, has integrity, excellent work ethic, and a great friend and classmate.

Huck is currently employed at the Career Center as a Certified Fitness Trainer. Upon graduation, he hopes to attend The Ohio State University to obtain his master’s degree as a physician’s assistant. His bachelor’s degree is yet to be determined.