CCCTC Culinary Students “Roll Out” 5,000 Cookies

Representing the class in photo from left to right: Eliece Supenia and Savannah Lanager

The Culinary Arts & Food Management students at the 

CCCTC Diesel Students Learn about Foundation Brakes

Front row left to right: Allen Rachau, Federal Mogul, Crystal Hazel, Alicia Passmore, Noah Lidgett, Branden Davis. and Rodney Foster, Cumberland Truck Parts.  Back row from left to right: Shane Peterson, Chris Swoope, Greg Knepp, and Robert English.

The students in the Diesel Equipment Maintenance and Repair program at the Clearfield County Career &

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Advanced Powder Products, Inc. Talk with CCCTC Precision Machine Students

Front row from left to right: Levi Walk, Lancelot Soult, Adam Daniel. Back row from left to right: APP representative, Kay Stiver, Caleb Smith, Jordan Luzier, Dylan Gilmore, and App representative Markus Wagner

Advanced Powder Products,

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Recent CCCTC Truck Driver Training CDL Graduate Traveling

Clearfield County Career & Technology Center’s (CCCTC) Truck Driver Training student, Jon Schmitz recently graduated from the 4 week CDL program. He recently contacted the Director of Truck Driver Training,

CCCTC Drafting Student Gets Taste of What an Architect Does

Clearfield County Career and Technology Center’s (CCCTC) Drafting and Design student Abby Connor gets to learn first-hand what it is like to be an architect.  She is learning the complete process  of designing and drafting her own commercial restaurant.

CCCTC Culinary Arts Students Prepare Appetizers for Wine Walk

Students in the Culinary Arts and Food Management program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center recently prepared several different types of appetizers for the downtown Clearfield’s wine walk at Zalno Jewelers. Erica Gmerek,

CCCTC Automotive Mechanics Students Earn Certifications


Students in the Automotive Mechanics program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) learn various skills throughout the school year, earning them certificates in several different areas of the trade. Students recently worked on their Valvoline Ignition certification and their S/P2. 

CCCTC Welding Students Create Christmas Tree

CCCTC Digital Media Arts Students Participate in the Hour of Code


Digital Media Arts students from the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center participated in the Hour of Code, a global movement aiming to get students excited about computer science, on Dec. 7. 

The Hour of Code campaign takes place each year during Computer Science Education Week in early December, 

CCCTC Adult Cosmetology and Nail Tech. Student Volunteer

The Clearfield County Career and Technology’s Adult Cosmetology and Nail Technician students volunteer their services today at local nursing home.