Anne Baldwin, Career Tech and College Readiness Coordinator
614-797-7758 Office / 614-797-7751 Fax
Business Advisory Council (BAC)
The Westerville City School District benefits greatly from the many rich partnerships we have formed with business and community leaders throughout central Ohio. The valuable ideas and feedback they have generated throughout the years have allowed us to create engaging learning experiences for students and staff, as well as develop a rigorous and relevant curriculum that propels students to graduate from our system college and career ready.
Members of the Business Advisory Council:
- advise the school district on changes int eh economy and job market and the area in which future jobs are most likely to be available;
- advocate for the employment skills most critical to business and industry and the development of curriculum to teach these skills;
- aid and support the district by offering suggestions for developing a working relationship among businesses, labor organizations, and educators.
Review our BAC's Joint Statement to learn more about the work that the council has engaged in during the 2018-2019 school year.
If you are interested in joining our district's Business Advisory Council, please contact Anne Baldwin, Career Tech & College Readiness Coordinator, at email@example.com or 614-797-7758.
Career Center Information
Sophomores who are interested in career center programming will have an opportunity in November and December to visit each of the career centers. For additional information about Career Center programming, please visit our Career Center Information Page.
If you have any questions about a career center program, please contact the Career Center Liaison at your high school:
- Westerville North - Colleen Biederman, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Westerville Central - Carrie Ackermann, email@example.com
- Westerville South - Justin Ferguson, firstname.lastname@example.org
College Credit Plus
CCP allows eligible Ohio students in grades 7 through 12 to earn college and high school credit through the successful completion of college courses. Students interested in CCP (which includes, but is not limited to, specialized programs such as the John Glenn Internship as well as CCP courses offered on a student’s high school campus) must be accepted by the college/university they wish to attend. Each college/university has their own GPA and standardized test minimums.
For additional information about the College Credit Plus program for Westerville City Schools, please visit our CCP Information Page. College Credit Plus questions can also be directed to students’ school counselors.