We're in the final term at HHCC!

Students and instructors are in term 6 which means that we are almost done with the school year.  Programs are busy competing in state competitions, contests, and finalizing potential college and career opportunities.  

On Tuesday, April 5, HHCC hosted a mock interview day for several programs with representatives from various industries in and around Bloomington. Students participated in an employability skills curriculum, created resumes, dressed in interview attire, and were given a mock interview as if they were applying for a career level position. Representatives from Cook Medical, MCCSC, Indiana State Police, Bloomington Fire Department, Work One, Ivy Tech, Cassady Electric, Organized Living, Curry Auto Center, Minton Body Shop, and Bloom Insurance Agency. Students learned a great deal from the employers. In turn, the industry partners were impressed many of the students inviting them back for further interviews, tours with the company, or encouraged to apply for programs at a post-secondary school where partnerships have been established. We are excited by the professional way in which our students conducted themselves.
Congratulations to J.D. and Wyatt who both continue to collect awards at welding competitions. They both competed last week at the Ivy Tech Regional Welding competition where they won 1st place in their divisions. In the senior division JD had to perform MIG, TIG, Stick welding and Oxy-Fuel cutting. In the junior division Wyatt performed MIG and Stick welding, and Oxy-Fuel cutting.   
Congratulations to all of the students who were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society recently.  HHCC inducted 57 members for the 2015-2016 school year.  Students become eligible for NTHS by having a grade of a B or  higher in their career center class, cumulative GPA of above a 3.0, less than five absences per semester, being involved in an extracurricular activity, and teacher recommendation.  We are proud of all of our student's .
Dakota Hawkins participated in a mock interview with Chief Easton of the Bloomington Fire Department.
Kameron Jones participated in a mock interview with Sergeant Todd Durnill of the Indiana State Police.  
Past Student Spotlight
Matt Feldmeyer is a graduate of the Architecture & Drafting program at HHCC.  He graduated from Ball State University with a Bachelor's degree in Architecture and Environmental Design.  He is also currently pursuing a Master's degree in Public Administration from Seattle University.  
Currently, Matt is the Design & Construction Project Manager for Seattle University.  In this position he manages architects for the university as well as overseeing projects from when they are first thought up to completion.  Matt manages anywhere from 15 to 25 projects at a time. He makes sure that someone's architectural dreams become a reality from beginning to end.  His large project right now is designing an $80 million science building for the university.  
Matt, who took four years of classes with HHCC, said that he is very grateful for the drafting classes he took because it provided the first vital steps towards his current career.
Students attended the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) State Leadership Contest this past week and walked away with many awards.  Mallory Pyke won a three semester scholarship to Ivy Tech Community College for winning the Medical Assisting contest.  

Top ten finalists from contests were:
  • Michaela May - Medical Terminology
  • Mallory Pyke – Extemporaneous Writing
  • Kayla Powell – Extemporaneous Health Poster
  • Allison Kleindorfer – Home Health Aide
  • Disney Sebastian – Physical Therapy
Medalists qualifying for the HOSA International Leadership Conference Competitive Events in June are:
  • Mallory Pyke – First Place Medical Assisting 
  • Team of Allison Kleindorfer, Shelby Snooks, Bonnie Ennis, Alyssa Higgins – Second Place HOSA Bowl
HHCC was recognized for completion of the “Chapter Reflection” recognition event. Documentation of HOSA activities is required and this will also lead to the group being recognized at the HOSA International Leadership Conference this summer with Morgan Southern as Chapter Historian.
HHCC was also recognized for completion of the National Service Project by their completion of service projects, and the required documentation. The group raised $500 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. This will also be recognized at the International Conference.
Congratulations to all of our HOSA students who practiced hard and did and excellent showing at the HOSA State Leadership Conference.

FFA students competed in Proficiency Award Applications at the state level.  Results are as follows:
  • Goat Production Entrepreneurship/Placement-Maddie Root Gold ranking will be resubmitted for top 4 placing.
  • Agricultural Mechanics Design and Fabrication Entrepreneurship-Wyatt Law gold ranking will be resubmitted for top 4 placing.
  • Diversified Crop Production Placement-Wyatt Law gold ranking will be resubmitted for top 4 placing.
  • Poultry Production Entrepreneurship/Placement-Keeley Hardiman received a gold placing and will resubmit for top 4 in the state grading.
  • Beef Entrepreneurship-Clay Wimmer received a silver placing.
  • Equine Science Placement-Kendyll Schulz received a silver placing.
  • Poultry Production Entrepreneurship/Placement-Jacob Cain received a silver placing.
  • Outdoor Recreation-Josh Jachim received a silver placing.
  • Small Animal Production and Care Entrepreneurship/Placement-Keeley Hardiman received a silver placing
Congratulations to our Scholastic Stars!

Five Hoosier Hills Career Center students are being honored by the Herald Times for being Scholastic Stars in the school.  Logan Koi, Brittany Arnold, Dedra Bennett, Casey Rodgers, and J.D. McMillan.  All five students have shown tremendous work in the classroom and are leaders in the school.  They will be honored at a breakfast on April 21 at 8:00am at the Bloomington Convention Center.
The Annual Plant Sale will take place on May 5 & 6 from 8am-4:30pm.  Pre-orders are encouraged, but not necessary.  If you have any questions please call HHCC or email Amy Remsburg at
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