Governor’s Work Ethic Certificate

GWEC

For the 2022-2023 academic year, Seniors at Central Nine Career Center have the opportunity to opt-into the Governor’s Work Ethic Certificate program. This is a state-wide initiative that allows seniors to learn and demonstrate employability skills and the IMPACT traits during their last year of high school.

Benefits

Employers may provide incentives to students who receive the Work Ethic Certificate, such as a guaranteed job interview or mentoring opportunities. Students who receive the Work Ethic Certificate will receive a certificate signed by the Indiana State Governor, a teal cord to wear at graduation, and other appropriate recognition.

Seniors will be given the opportunity to opt into the program at the beginning of each school year.

Requirements:

  • Minimum GPA of 2.0
  • Minimum Attendance of 98% (for the senior year only)
  • no more than 4 tardies
  • 1 or fewer disciplinary referrals
  • 6 hours of Community Service

Apply Today!

The application deadline is August 31st.

GWEC Application

Aubrei Teter, Career Pathways Counselor

ateter@central9.k12.in.us
(317) 888-4401 EXT 294

June 4th, 5th, and 6th 8am- 11:30am

NineOVATIONS

Central Nine is hosting summer camps this June for students who will be in 7th or 8th grade during the fall 2019 school year!

Students can choose to participate in two different camp experiences. Contact cvonderwell@central9.k12.in.us for questions.

Dates: June 4th, 5th, & 6th
Hours: 8am – 11:30am each day
Cost : $35 per student

Sign up at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfypoq2sJzYkywFURynlf2XRZUwOq3OpxsbDgzkXzpPiC0u7A/viewform 

The early years

Early 1970

Nine School Corporations join forces to establish the first area vocational center for Johnson and Marion County. 

 

April 28th, 1970

A temporary Governing Board is established and Richard Thomas is elected as the first (temporary) president. 

The board makes a proposal for a Continuous Feasibility Study for an area vocational school. 

 

September 21, 1970

Board members review (and choose a site for campus). 

    

 

October 8th, 1970

Board members vote to name the center; Central Nine Vocational Technical School. 

Other names that were up for consideration: “John-Mar” (or “Johnson-Marion”), “Central Nine”, “Leatherwood”, and “whetzel Trace”. 

 

April 15th, 1971

Architect, Ray Thompson, from James Associates presents the final site and building plans for Central Nine. 

  

 

May 13th, 1971

James E. Hixson is made the first director of Central Nine.

MAY 4th 9AM - 3PM

PLANT SALE

Our Landscape Management program is hosting a plant sale on Central Nine’s campus! Stop by on Saturday, May 4th from 9-3pm to purchase.