BACC Business Students Participate in the first-ever virtual Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference
Students from the Branch Area Careers Center attended the Business Professionals of America (BPA) 2021 National Leadership Conference virtually this year. Branch Area Careers Center middle level members, Max Garn, Hunter Smith, Daniel Zimmerman and high school members Elijah Quinn, Grant Bridges, Caleb Hadfield, and Brayden Watkins joined nearly 6,000 conference delegates from across the nation to compete in national level business skills competitions and attend leadership development, workshops, general sessions, and national officer candidate campaigns and elections.
This year has been a trying time for everyone, especially k-12 students and healthcare employees. The Branch Area Careers Center (BACC) has been blessed with generous donations from local employers, ultimately supporting future healthcare heroes in training! BACC would like to publicly thank the local partners who have made the 2020.2021 academic year a success for local high school juniors and seniors attending the BACC Health Science Programs.
Alexia Minnick, Bronson High School Senior, Collision Repair & Coatings Technology second-year student, was recently honored at the Noon Exchange Club as “Student of the Quarter”. Congratulations Alexia, and her teacher Tony MacArthur and Teaching Assistant Wayne Embler!
MICHIGAN DESIGN PRIZE 2019 CHALLENGE: Design a physical product that improves and beautifies the lives of Michigan’s citizens Concept Description: Our Wheelchair conversion kit enables people to more easily explore the beaches and hiking trails of Michigan, without being limited by their current wheelchair. Because our design can retrofit into virtually any standard wheelchair, the…
On April 17, 2019, the Branch Area Careers Center honored Advisory Committee members for their years of service. Advisory Committees are established for each program at the BACC and provide critical advice and leadership in the respective industry for each program. These committees serve as the sounding board for decisions made regarding equipment purchases, labor…
Students at the Branch Area Careers Center recently organized and conducted a community service project entitled “Happy Mouths, Happy Feet” to celebrate the upcoming holiday season.
On September 19, 2018, the Branch Area Careers Center inducted 32 new members to the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS). The NTHS is a non-profit, educational organization, founded in 1984 to reward excellence in technical and career education.