Central Nine currently has 2 job opportunity available!

Please see the job decriptions below before you apply.

For issues with the application, please contact Assistant Director, Mike Quaranta at: mquaranta@central9.k12.in.us

Technology Assistant

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Welding Technology Instructor

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Substitute Teaching

If you are interested in substitute teaching for Central Nine Career Center, please email Kelly Services at 2570@kellyservices.com.

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Central Nine is always on the lookout for innovative people interested in joining our team! 

Please contact Assistant Director, Mike Quaranta at: mquaranta@central9.k12.in.us for questions. 

Central Nine Career Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age or individuals with disabilities, including limited English proficiency, in its programs or employment policies as required by the Indiana Civil Rights Act (I.C.22-9.1), Title VI and VII (Civil Rights Act of 1964), the Equal Pay act of 1973, Title IX (Educational Amendments), and Section 504 (Rehabilitation Act of 1973). Inquiries regarding compliance with title IX and Section 504 may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator or Director, Central Nine Career Center, 1999 US 31 South, Greenwood, IN 46143, 317-888-4401. 

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.