The Washington County Career Center honors its March Students of the Month, Cassandra Campbell and Tyler Allman.
Campbell is a Waterford senior enrolled in the Medical College Prep program, and she is the daughter of Chris and Lisa Campbell of Waterford.
At the Career Center, Campbell is a member of the SkillsUSA youth organization and Interact Club. During her junior year, she competed in the Tech Prep Showcase with a project called "Neonatal Nursing." She will be competing again this year with a continuance of that same theme on "Problems in Neonatal Nursing." Campbell has received awards for All A's and B's honor roll and Outstanding English Student. At Waterford High School, she was active with FFA and cheerleading her freshman and sophomore years. She has been a member of 4-H for the past 10 years. From the Career Center, Campbell is certified as a State-Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) and in Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), First Aid, and Automated External Defibrillator (AED). She has received certificate of completions in Advanced Medical Terminology and Electrocardiogram as well as receiving college credit for 121 Chemistry. Medical College Prep instructor, Karolyn Schafer, nominated her for this honor and commented on special traits and roles that Campbell carries such as very respectful and a heart of gold.
Campbell plans to attend Washington State Community College to obtain her associate degree as a medical lab technician and then transfer to West Virginia University-Parkersburg to obtain her bachelor's in this field.
Allman is a Belpre senior enrolled in the Diesel Truck Mechanics program, and he is the son of Brian and Cindy Allman of Belpre.
At the Career Center, Allman has earned awards for All A's principal list, All A's and B's honor roll, perfect attendance, and Outstanding Diesel Truck Mechanics Student. He is a member of the SkillsUSA youth organization. Allman is a member of the Career Center's National Technical Honor Society and he holds the office of class president for his program. During his junior year, he competed in the Tech Prep Showcase with a project called "Preventative Maintenance." He will be competing again this year with a project called "High Performance Diesel Engines." Allman was nominated for this honor by both Diesel Truck Mechanics instructor, Shayne Garner, and government instructor, Ed Radcliff. Radcliff commented on special traits and roles that Allman carries such as super positive attitude, very knowledgeable, always prepared, hard working, and well liked by his peers.
Allman currently is working at Lee Myles Transmissions, in Parkersburg, through the Career Center's Early Placement program as a mechanic. He plans to enter directly into the workforce upon graduation.