Central honors students for industry certifications

Allison Fisher– Elanco Fundamentals of Animal Science
Eusebio Encarnacion -Elanco Veterinary Medical Applications
Austin Mullis– EETC Principals of Small Engine Technology
Gracie Helms– EETC Principals of Small Engine Technology
Raymond Crowder- EETC Principals of Small Engine Technology
Branson Adcock- EETC Principals of Small Engine Technology
Kylie Sims– NCLCA Principles of Livestock Selection and Evaluation
Sam Dresser-NCLCA Principles of Livestock Selection and Evaluation
John Haigler-NCLCA Principles of Livestock Selection and Evaluation
Payton Evans- NCLCA Principles of Livestock Selection and Evaluation
Caleb Eubanks- NCLCA Principles of Livestock Selection and Evaluation
Andy Escobar- NCLCA Principles of Livestock Selection and Evaluation
Marikko Lowery- NCLCA Principles of Livestock Selection and Evaluation
Raheem Lindo- NCLCA Principles of Livestock Selection and Evaluation
Sheldon Moree-NCLCA Principles of Livestock Selection and Evaluation
Dajon Funderburk-NCLCA Principles of Livestock Selection and Evaluation
Kessla Clark-NCLCA Principles of Livestock Selection and Evaluation
Aleah Nicholson- NCLCA Principles of Livestock Selection and Evaluation
Sydney Quinn- National Horse Judging Team Coaches Association Equine Management & Evaluation

“These industry certifications are an amazing opportunity and advantage for students to have when applying for jobs and colleges,” says Jessica Howle, AgricultureTeacher.

Endorsed by industry experts such as Equipment and Engine Training Council, Elanco, National Collegiate Livestock Coaches Association, and the National Horse Judging Team Coaches Association, and powered by iCEV, the certifications enhance student résumés and help them stand out to prospective colleges and employers. The certifications reflect current industry standards in order to ensure students are career ready.

“Our goal in collaborating with industry partners to build certifications was to provide students with a meaningful, valuable validation of the skills they have developed through their course work, ” said Dusty Moore, President, iCEV. “The certifications are meant to have an immediate positive impact on students as they plan for their future after high school, whether that is attending college or joining the workforce. On behalf of CEV Multimedia and our industry partners, we congratulate all students at Central High School for this tremendous accomplishment.
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