Not sure what to get the student in your life who is studying one of our programs? Don't worry -- we've got you covered.
In this blog we will review gift ideas for those in the Workforce Development program.
Not sure what to get your Automotive student for the holidays? Consider getting them an Innova 3320 Auto-Ranging Digital Multimeter.
This small device is a certified product designed to safely and accurately troubleshoot a variety of automotive and household electrical problems.
According to Chef Susie, this whisk is top of the line and has lasted her more than 20 years!
Students under the laboratory science programs will probably enjoy getting some molecule art to decorate their homes with.
Luckily for the gift-giver, these prints are relatively cheap to buy online and most places will provide you with an instant download.
Cost: $5+ (excludes printing and framing)
According to the Trucker's Training blog, "the shape of this cushion helps to evenly distribute your body weight, which permits your tailbone to 'float' in the open part of the cushion."
The digital read-out makes sure that all measurements are accurate and easy to read.
This headlamp comes in a variety of colors.
According to the description, the microplane is the standard for sharp, efficient grating and zesting in both home and professional kitchens.
The student studying Fermentation Science will likely focus on either making wine or craft beer, so give them a gift to help them track their creations.
Through Uncommon Goods, you can purchase either a Wine Maker's Journal or a Home Brew Journal so that they can track recipes. Each journal is bound in warm vegan leather and includes infographics, tables, and log pages.
The student studying to work with heavy equipment will have to work in a lot of weather conditions that might cause their feet to get wet.
A wet pair of shoes, paired with the friction from walking around can lead to blisters. Help them keep their feet dry with this boot dryer, available on Amazon.
According to a blog by Chef's Blade, "any guest who was invited to a party where a whole pineapple was displayed knew that no expense was spared in guaranteeing the guests’ enjoyment. It was this that made the crowned fruit the high symbol of social events and became the meaning of welcome, friendship, and hospitality."
They might even be able to make a better version after they complete Hocking College's 16-week course.