PennDOT, Law Enforcement, Penn Highlands Clearfield Urge Safe Holiday Driving at CCCTC

Holiday Nails at CCCTC

Students in the Cosmetology program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) are currently learning nails. Students not only learn haircutting and dye techniques but also nails. Kaylee Dixson and Hannah Switala, current high school cosmetology students,

CCCTC Announces Ellen Tokarchick As Graduate Of The Month

CCCTC graduate of the month

Ellen Tokarchick attended the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) to get a refresher in the CDL in the Truck Driver Training program. Before attending the CCCTC Ellen said that she originally had plans to attend a different school but changed her mind after speaking with the instructors as CCCTC.

Culinary Graduate, Gracie Poole, Talks to Culinary Class About IUP

Gracie Poole, a 2017 Culinary Arts & Food Management graduate of the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC), talked to current CCCTC Culinary Arts students about the benefits of attending the CCCTC and then transitioning into the IUP Culinary Program. 

CCCTC PM Students Attending Santa’s Technology Workshop

Hot Dog Eating Contest-Winner Kyle Clouser


CCCTC AM Students Attending Santa’s Technology Workshop

Clearfield Metal Technologies Helps CCCTC Precision Machine Prepare for New Machinery

The Precision Machine Program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center is preparing for the new equipment that was purchased with a grant from North Central Workforce Development Board. Jon Shipley from Clearfield Metal Technologies helped rearrange the program’s shop area for the set up of the CNC Mill and CNC Lathe.

CCCTC Health and Wellness Holds “Lose A Thanksgiving Turkey” Challenge

Congratulations to Kelly Graham who won the “Lose a Turkey by Thanksgiving” Challenge!  Kelly lost the most weight out of 14 participants between the period of October 9 and November 20 and won a $25 Walmart Gift Card!  Kelly is a student aide at the CCCTC.

Students in the Information Technology program collecting for local charities

Students in photo from left to right: Seth Sankey (Welding program), Jarrett Bezilla (Information Technology program), Aaron McCracken (Information Technology Program), and Natalie Boop (Cosmetology Program). All SkillsUSA members.CCCTC, Game Exchange, Great American Fundraising

Milwaukee Tools Visits CCCTC Students