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Lions Club Students of the Month

The Elizabethtown Lions Club Student of the Month program celebrates and honors students enrolled at the Lancaster County Career and Technology Center (LCCTC) that exhibit exceptional work ethic, skills, and knowledge in their respective subject areas.

April 2024

Jacob Miller

Jacob Miller

Elizabethtown Area High School proudly announces senior Jacob Miller as the Elizabethtown Lions Club Student of the Month for April. This esteemed recognition celebrates and honors students enrolled at the Lancaster County Career and Technology Center (LCCTC) that exhibit exceptional work ethic, skills, and knowledge in their respective subject areas.

Jacob, son of Bradley Miller and Amber Miller of Elizabethtown, is pursuing his passion for healthcare with fervor. Guided by his school counselor, he enrolled in the Advanced Health Careers program at the LCCTC. A highlight of his studies has been the opportunity to experience clinical rotations across diverse departments at LGH and WellSpan Ephrata hospitals.

In addition to his academic pursuits, Jacob actively engages in extracurricular activities. He is a valued member of Student Ambassadors and Skills USA at LCCTC's Mount Joy campus. His dedication and excellence will soon be acknowledged with his induction into the prestigious National Technical Honor Society-MJ Chapter in May.

Jacob has been accepted at Lock Haven University, where he aims to explore Biochemistry, paving the path towards his dream of pursuing Pre-Med. Jacob is specifically interested in a career as a trauma surgeon.

 


 

March 2024

Ethan Ginder

Ethan Ginder

Elizabethtown Area High School is pleased to announce that senior Ethan Ginder has been selected as the Elizabethtown Lions Club Student of the Month for March. This prestigious accolade recognizes Ethan's exemplary work ethic, skills, and knowledge demonstrated in the Lancaster County Career and Technology Center (LCCTC).

Ethan resides in Elizabethtown with his mother Lori Cramer and his stepfather Adam Cramer.  Ethan has excelled in welding from a young age. His passion for welding ignited in middle school, and he has continued pursuing and refining his skills. Enrolling in the LCCTC's 3-Year Welding Program allowed Ethan to enhance further his expertise and knowledge in welding processes, positions, and oxyfuel gas cutting.

Ethan's outstanding performance and contributions at the Career & Technology Center caught the attention of his instructor, Doug Long, who recommended him for the Lions Club Student of the Month award. Ethan's involvement in significant projects, including classroom furniture fabrication, exemplifies his commitment to excellence and craftsmanship.

Looking ahead, Ethan has ambitious plans for his future. He aspires to pursue a career at Spade's Welding in Elizabethtown or enlist in the Air Force for welding, showcasing his dedication to utilizing his skills to make a meaningful impact in his chosen field. In addition to his commitment to welding, Ethan is active outside of school, enjoying activities such as working on his truck and riding four-wheelers and dirt bikes.

 


 

February 2024

Jordan Anderson

Elizabethtown Area High School senior Jordan Anderson has earned the distinction of being named the Elizabethtown Lions Club Student of the Month for February. To merit this esteemed recognition, students must be enrolled in the Lancaster County Career and Technology Center (LCCTC) and demonstrate exceptional work ethic, skills, and knowledge in their respective fields.

Jordan Anderson

Jordan hails from Elizabethtown and is the son of Gene and Judith Anderson. While initially enrolled in the Diesel Technology program, Jordan made the decision to switch to the Materials Handling and Logistics program midway through the first marking period. Since then, he has showcased remarkable adaptability and performance.

Jordan's accomplishments are impressive. He secured a spot on the honor roll in both the first and second marking periods. Moreover, he completed the knowledge component of his forklift certification with excellence and is primed to excel in the practical phase. Additionally, he acquired his OSHA 10-hour General Industry certification and has played a pivotal role in advancing our work-based learning collaboration with Henry Schein.

Notably, Jordan recently secured a position with Messick’s Farm Equipment in Mount Joy, where he will join their warehouse shipping department. His cooperative education experience will commence on February 26th, marking the beginning of his transition into employment.

Jordan exhibits remarkable qualities—politeness, respectfulness, and a strong work ethic—that promise a bright future.

 


 

January 2024

Madison Johns

Elizabethtown Area High School senior Madison Johns has earned the distinction of being named the Elizabethtown Lions Club Student of the Month for January To merit this esteemed recognition, students must be enrolled in the Lancaster County Career and Technology Center (LCCTC) and demonstrate exceptional work ethic, skills, and knowledge in their respective fields.

Madison Johns

Madison, the daughter of Eric and Angela Johns from Elizabethtown, is currently part of the Advanced Health Careers program at LCCTC's Mount Joy campus. With a keen interest in pursuing a career in Nursing, she made the decision to enroll in the Mount Joy CTC for her senior year. This choice aligns with her career aspirations and reflects her eagerness to thrive in a hands-on program.

Madison is confident in her decision, as the CTC provides numerous opportunities for students to excel in their chosen career pathways. Having been accepted to the PA College of Health Sciences, Madison aims to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, with a specific focus on oncology.

Beyond her academic pursuits, Madison actively engages in various extracurricular activities. She is a dedicated member of the National Technical Honor Society-Mount Joy Chapter, serves as a Skills USA Officer, and acts as a Student Ambassador for the Mount Joy CTC campus. Madison's commitment to both her academic and extracurricular endeavors reflects her passion for healthcare and her determination to make a positive impact in the field of Nursing.

 


 

December 2023

Brayden Hofmann

Brayden Hofmann

Brayden, the son of Kevin and Kayla Hofmann of Elizabethtown.

Brayden is enrolled in the three-year welding program at the Willow Street campus of LCCTC. His interest in welding sparked during his work at a welding shop with his father last year. In his coursework, Brayden is gaining proficiency in various welding styles and exploring different types of metal, along with mastering the art of welding different joints.

Post-graduation, Brayden envisions pursuing a career in welding within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

 

 

 


 

November 2023

Abigail Hanlon

Abigail Hanlon

Abbie is the daughter of Christopher Hanlon of Elizabethtown and Jamie Hanlon of Marietta.

Abbie is currently in her second year at the LCCTC. In her junior year, she pursued Electro-Mechanical Engineering, and this year, she is enrolled in HVAC while actively participating in cooperative education with JK Mechanical of Willow Street.

Abbie is a dedicated second-year member of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) and was previously associated with the Student Council at Elizabethtown Area School District.

Despite her busy schedule, Abbie makes time for fitness walks and enjoys socializing with her friends during her limited leisure moments.

 


 

October 2023

Lana Stum

Lana Stum

Lana is the daughter of Erica Stum of Elizabethtown and William Stum of Bainbridge.

Lana is a dedicated student at the Lancaster County Career and Technology Center's (LCCTC) Mount Joy campus, where she is actively engaged in the welding program. Within this comprehensive program, Lana is mastering a diverse array of welding techniques, utilizing advanced methods, assembling and fabricating specialized metal products, and practicing the welds necessary for weld certification. She is adept at handling modern power tools and equipment and can interpret fabrication blueprints.

Lana's learning style thrives in a hands-on environment, and her time at LCCTC has been marked by substantial achievements. During her junior year, she successfully completed the Protective Services Academy (PSA). One of the credentials she earned in the PSA program facilitated her current welding position, which required this additional certification. Lana is also actively involved in LCCTC's Student Ambassadors program.

Post-graduation, Lana aspires to continue her career in the welding industry. She dreams of constructing her own home and acquiring land to house her horses. Beyond her academic pursuits, Lana enjoys spending time with her horses and actively participating in activities with the Bainbridge Fire Department.

 


 

September 2023

Kacey Heisey

Kacey Heisey

Kacey is the daughter of Brian and Melissa Heisey of Elizabethtown.

Kacey attends the Lancaster County Career and Technology Center’s (LCCTC) Willow Street campus and is enrolled in the veterinary assistant program. Within this comprehensive program, she is acquiring knowledge in areas such as anatomy and physiology, proper animal handling techniques, grooming practices, and the operation of essential equipment like autoclaves.

Kacey is an enthusiastic and dedicated student passionate about veterinary medicine and animal care. Her aspirations following graduation include enrolling in a Vet Tech program, with the possibility of pursuing the Vet Tech program at York Technical Institute.