Eastland-Fairfield
Student Organizations
At Eastland-Fairfield there are many options for student involvement.
You can be a part of a variety of organizations, take advantage of leadership opportunities, and take part in many student activities, even activities at your home school.

Every student in an Eastland-Fairfield program is automatically a member of a Career-Technical Student Organization (CTSO). These groups offer direct connections to your career, plus opportunities for leadership, competitions, awards, and good times! The CTSOs at Eastland-Fairfield are...
Business Professionals of America
www.bpa.org
Business Professionals of America (BPA) is for business and information technology program students. This organization is designed to develop personal leadership and business skills.

 
Distributive Education Club of America
www.deca.org
Marketing & Logistics Management students are members of the Distributive Education Club of America (DECA), which develops leadership and career understanding.



Eastland Diversity Group
www.eastland-fairfield.com/HighSchool/eastlanddiversitygroup.aspx
The Eastland Diversity Group promotes and encourages diversity throughout E.C.C., our communities, and the work place. Understanding, acceptance, and respect are needed in order for E.C.C. to be inclusive of all students and their communities so that they can come together as one without prejudice.



Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America
www.fcclainc.org
Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is an organization for students enrolled in food and hospitality programs. FCCLA helps students take charge of their roles in society through areas of personal growth, family life, career preparation, and community involvement.

 
Educators Rising
https://www.educatorsrising.org
Educators Rising (formerly Future Educators Association [FEA]) is for students enrolled in the Teaching Professions program. Educators Rising is transforming how America develops aspiring teachers. Starting with high school students, we provide passionate young people with hands-on teaching experience, sustain their interest in the profession, and help them cultivate the skills they need to be successful educators. The result is a pipeline of accomplished teachers who are positioned to make a lasting difference — not only in the lives of their students, but also in the field of teaching more broadly.

 
 HOSA
www.hosa.org 
HOSA is a national student organization for students enrolled in the Bioscience Technologies program. This organization promotes career opportunities in the health care industry and provides leadership development, motivation, and recognition to students who have interests in pursuing careers in health professions.
 
  
National FFA
www.ffa.org
Future Farmers of America (FFA) is for students enrolled in the Ag Diesel Mechanics program in preparation for careers in agriculture. FFA provides motivation, enthusiasm, activity, competition, and fun.

 
National Technical Honor Society
http://eastlandnths.weebly.com/
National Technical Honor Society is for students enrolled in an Eastland or Fairfield program and is based on outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, and service. To be inducted, you must have an outstanding attendance record, a high grade-point average, and recommendations from instructors and administrators.

 
SkillsUSA
www.skillsusa.org
SkillsUSA is for all students enrolled in trade, industry, and health- related career programs. Their motto is, “Preparing for leadership in the world of work.”

Eastland Career Center

4465 S. Hamilton Road
Groveport, Ohio 43125
fax: (614) 836-4525

High School:
Nelson Karshner, Director
Jennifer Miller, Assistant Director
Brent Garee, Assistant Director
(614) 836-5725
Lzeisler@efcts.us

Adult Workforce Development:
Angela Ward, Director
(614) 836-4541
msmith@efcts.us
Fairfield Career Center

3985 Coonpath Road NW
Carroll, OH 43112
fax: (614) 837-9447

High School:
Shelley Groves, Director
Derek Roeth, Assistant
Director
(614) 837-9443 or (740) 756-9243
ajames@efcts.us

Adult Workforce Development:
Angela Ward, Director
(740) 756-9243 or (800)
686-3336
dmurphy@efcts.us
District Office

4300 Amalgamated Place
Groveport, Ohio 43125
(614) 836-4530
fax: (614) 836-0203
kwade@efcts.us

Adult Workforce Development:
Angela Ward, Director
(614) 836-4541 Choose Option #1
dmurphy@efcts.us
Treasurer’s Office:
Dawn Lemley, Treasurer
(614) 836-4532 Choose Option #5
(614) 836-5429 fax
tacton@efcts.us

Superintendent’s Office:
Bonnie Hopkins, Superintendent
(614) 836-4530 Choose Option #2
bhopkins@efcts.us

Caroline Davis, Assistant Superintendent
cdavis@efcts.us
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