CCCTC Automotive Mechanics’ Students Doing Oil Changes and Free Ten Point Inspection

CCCTC Automotive Mechanics Students in photo from left to right are: Chase Bell and Seth Mack, both seniors from Clearfield Area High School,

The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center’s Auto Mechanics students are learning the strong points to successful preventative maintenance.

CCCTC Practical Nursing Program Graduates 79th Class

NURSING GRADUATES:  The 79th class of the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center’s (CCCTC) Practical Nursing Program graduated fourteen students on Wednesday, February 13, 2019.  Fred Redden, Executive Director, welcomed the audience to the event.  Angela Bonante, nursing student,

CCCTC Programs Offering Tips of the Week

The Clearfield County Career & Technology Center’s Computer Technology Tips

Information Technology-

When purchasing items online, ALWAYS make sure it is secure by observing the URL to the website. Make sure that the first thing you see in the URL is HTTPS://.

CCCTC Digital Media Arts Student Redesigned Cafe Menu

Clearfield County Career and Technology Center’s (CCCTC) Digital Media Arts student, Briana Swindell, recently redesigned the Culinary Cafe’s weekly menu. The new design was created using Adobe InDesign, an industry standard desktop publishing software. To learn more about the Digital Media Arts program visit us at

CCCTC Welding Students Design and Create Podium

Students in the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center’s Welding program recently designed and created a podium for the Diesel Instructor to be used in the Diesel Equipment Maintenance and Repair program. Welding students in photo from left to right: Andy Gavlock,

CCCTC Programs Offering Tips of the Week

In photo from left right are Health Occupations students Courtney Powell and Logan Murarik from Moshannon Valley Area High School.

Health Occupations Technology- 

February is American Heart Month. High blood pressure is one of the biggest risk factors for heart disease and stroke.

CCCTC Announces Kyle Crain as Graduate of the Month

CCCTC Graduate of the Month

Kyle Crain attended the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) for two years, graduating in 2005.  He was a student in the Information Technology Program and was the CCCTC outstanding student of year. 

CCCTC receives Progressland’s Readers’ Choice Award Third Year in a Row

Thank you to everyone that voted!

CCCTC Programs Offering Tip of the Week

Hunter Bloom (Philipsburg Osceola High School)-Automotive Mechanics student

This time of year, you might want to take a
little time to evaluate the condition of your vehicles tires. No one wants to
be stuck along the snow-covered roads in bitter temperatures with a flat tire.

CCCTC Announces SkillsUSA District Winners

In photo left to right front row: Dalton Heichel (adult student), first place in Collision Technology; Kyra Mollura (Clearfield student), first place in Photography; Austin Beirlair (Moshannon Valley student), second place in Prepared Speech; Anastasia Tocimak (Philipsburg Osceola student), second place in Technical Computer Applications.