C4 Columbus Area Career Connection


  • Scholastic Art Awards winners
    Two C4 students are recipients of Gold Keys for their artwork submitted to the Scholastic Art Awards regional competition.  Tori Butcher's entry and Joshua Lee's tale of "Forbidden Love" are now eligible for judging at the national level in New York City.  Both are students in Robin Cain's classes: Interactive Media and 3D Visualization, respectively. 


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  • Film Contest Winners!
    C4 students were invited to make a promotional mini-film about their class.  The student whose film was shared, liked, reposted or retweeted the most was Seena Griewe from Mr. Baker's Radio/TV Production class.  See her film here.

    Joseph Rumph from Mr. Chappell's Mechanical Drafting class was the judges' pick.  See Joseph's film here.

    The winners were awarded Go-Pro video cameras! Congratulations!

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  • Follow C4 on Twitter @CONNECTIONSC4, Facebook 

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  •  VIDEO SAMPLES - Take a look into a C4 class to experience a sample of what the students are doing
    and learning.  The videos are being produced by students in C4 Media classes.

    Construction Engineering Technology

    Automation and Robotics 
    Principles of Biomedical Sciences

    Law Enforcement - Traffic Stop event


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  • Try out Spreaker here! Click on the "dialogue balloon" icon, then "C4 Weekly Interviews" to select from multiple C4 student interviews.

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Columbus Area Career Connection

Click here for a full C4 Course Guide for 2016-17.  

January 2016 Open House

We had a great turnout for our (rescheduled!) Open House on January 27th.  Over 260 people came to see classrooms, talk to teachers and students, and enjoy interactive displays.  Thanks to everyone who helped and attended! Some photos of this special evening are shown below.

Fun and Learning at the East Career Fair 
Central Middle School 8th graders joined East students and community business partners at the annual Career Fair.  C4 students shared their classes through creative hands-on activities and visitors got to tour some of our facilities.  Check out the photos of some of the fun!  

Students in Mr. Hartman's, Miss Korb's, and Mr.Novak's Keystone classes have been learning about careers in human services, most recently public safety. Visiting speakers have included Mike Wilson (Columbus Fire and Rescue) Jay Noble and Zack Carson (Department of Natural Resources), School Resource Officer Julie Quesenbery (Columbus Police Department) and CPD K-9 Specialist Chad Lehman.  See photos of Officer Lehman's visit with his partner Rex below.

Throughout the year groups of younger students come to our schools to see what C4 is all about.  Last week Taylorsville Elementary explored our facilities and got to hear about the exciting classes they can look forward to.  Here are a couple of  photos!
Trying on the Virtual Reality glasses in 3D Visualization and Animation.
 3D Viz
Sitting at the anchor desk at the Olympian Flame studio.
C4 Student Ambassadors 
The 2015-2016 Student Ambassadors are shown below.  These students were selected by their teachers to represent C4 at outreach events and in the community.  

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College Credits
Students can earn college credits while enrolled in C4.
Click here to find out how!
C4 Columbus Area Career Connection
Mailing address:
1200 Central Avenue
Columbus, IN 47201


Contact Us:

Director: Gene Hack hackg@bcsc.k12.in.us
Guidance: Teresa Weichman weichmant@bcsc.k12.in.us
Team Leader - Columbus North: Becki Combs combsb@bcsc.k12.in.us
Team Leader - Columbus East: Brooke Marsh marshb@bcsc.k12.in.us 
Main Office: 812-376-4240
Office e-mail: C4Office@bcsc.k12.in.us
FAX: 812-376-4699

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