Career Center partners with Dayton Dragons, local rec center

ENGLEWOOD — The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) has partnered their Sports Management and Marketing lab with minor league baseball team, The Dayton Dragons, and the Vandalia Recreation Center to incorporate real world learning into the curriculum.

Trafton Eutsler, the Director of Season Ticket Sales for the Dayton Dragons, spoke to the students in December about his role with the baseball organization, the team’s influence on the city of Dayton, and how students can gain a job in the sports industry.

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Additionally, the lab has partnered with the Vandalia Recreation Center to gain knowledge on what the center does daily. Students in the Sports Management and Marketing lab also have chosen a department within the Rec Center and will use their skills to solve a real life problem within that department.

The students will also be working on upcoming Vandalia Rec Center projects, junior Sinclair classes, as well as projects that come up during the remainder of the year.

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In their lab, students obtain basis skills in Photoshop, Adobe Premier, and GoPro Studio.

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