Senior (Grade 12) Enrollment Options

Grant Career Center Campus

Grant Career Center Senior Experience - Application

Seniors interested in a Grant Experience at Grant Career Center can take year one of a two year program.

Students will have the opportunity to test and earn an industry credential offered in these programs (Some Restrictions Do Apply). Academics are typically the responsibility of the student's affiliate school. Some exceptions may apply.

Students who earn a credential will be allowed to participate in our Completion Ceremony.




Eastwood Campus:

151 32 Parkway

Williamsburg, OH 45176

937-378-6131, X401

Senior Only Programs are Lab Only.

Academics will be the responsibility of the student's affiliate school.


Medical Assistant

The Clinical Medical Assisting program is designed to prepare students to function as professionals in multiple healthcare settings. Medical assistants with a clinical background perform various clinical tasks including assisting with the administration of medications and with minor procedures, performing an EKG electrocardiogram, obtaining laboratory specimens for testing, educating patients, and other related tasks. Job opportunities are prevalent with physician’s offices, clinics, chiropractor’s offices, hospitals and outpatient facilities.

  • Monday - Thursday,

    11am-2 pm

  • 1 Semester

  • 12 Point Credential.

Mental Health Technician

Also known as psychiatric technicians, mental health technicians play a key role in a patient's mental health. Among their responsibilities, mental health technicians may complete patient forms for admittance, lead therapeutic or recreational activities, administer prescribed medication, check vital signs and behavior patterns, and be an empathetic ear for patients who wish to talk with someone.

  • Monday - Thursday, 11am-2pm

  • 6 Point Credential + CPR + Eldercare


EMTs serve as a vital link between the scene of a medical emergency situation and the hospital, and must have sufficient knowledge to perform both routine and urgent tasks. Typically using equipment found in ambulances, they need the basic skills to stabilize and safely transport patients for proper medical care. They must exhibit teamwork and possess the ability to react quickly and efficiently in lifesaving situations.

  • Monday-Thursday and Every Other Friday, 11am-2pm

  • 1 Trimester

  • 12 Point Credential


Train in department organization, safety, fire behavior, portable extinguishers, personal protective equipment, tools, ladders, fire hose, appliances and streams, overhaul, rescue and water supplies. Train on fire alarm and communications, forcible entry, ventilation, ropes, control, salvage, cause and origin, detection, alarm and suppression systems, prevention, public education, cause determination, building construction, and hazardous materials. Personal protective equipment required. Upon successful completion of this course, students will take the Firefighter I certification test and be prepared for entry-level positions in fire fighting. 

  • Monday-Thursday and Every Other Friday, 11am-2pm

  • 1 Trimester - Each

  • 12 Point Credential Each


Phlebotomy technicians draw blood for testing in hospitals, clinical labs, doctor's offices, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities. They may also explain the procedure to the patient, or reassure them if adverse reactions occur. Students will receive training with a venipuncture arm, as well as practical, live training before testing for CPT certification through a nationally recognized organization.

  • Monday - Thursday,

    11am-2 pm

  • 1 Semester

  • 12 Point Credential.


STNAs are in high demand! These employees may work in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, or in a client's home, in addition to other medical environments. They often work under the direction of registered nurses (RNs) or licensed practical nurses.

STNAs perform such duties as: bathing patients, changing linens and gowns, helping with personal and bathroom needs, and assisting a patient with eating and drinking when needed. They also may help with transporting patients and gait instability, in addition to observing their overall well-being. Other duties may include taking, recording, and monitoring patient vital signs, and assisting nurses with wound cleaning and dressings. STNAs are not permitted to dispense medication or perform medical procedures.

  • Monday - Thursday,

    11am-2 pm

  • 1 Semester

  • 12 Point Credential.