CCCTC Automotive Mechanics Student Receives Tools from Local Businesses


In photo front row from left to right: Dan Kerlin, Automotive Mechanics instructor, Cindy Hunter, Hunter’s Garage, Marcus Hughes, Napa Auto Parts of Clearfield. Back row from left to right: Fred Redden, CCCTC Principal, Less Mann, Cumberland Truck Parts, Joshua Howard, outstanding student award winner, Doug Hunter, Hunter’s Garage, and Joe Benedek, Fisher’s Auto Parts.


The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) announces the outstanding student in the Automotive Mechanics program as Joshua Howard. Joshua recently received an award for his outstanding work in the program.  Representatives from several local businesses donated to the award presented by Cumberland Truck PartsFisher’s Auto Parts, Hunter’s Garage , and Napa Auto Care Center ,on Friday, May 18, 2018. Howard was presented with a basket filled with donations from Clearfield Napa, , Auto ZoneCumberland Truck Parts, Fisher’s Auto Parts, Snap-on Tools, Bud’s Electric, Inc., and Hunter’s Garage. CCCTC partners with Employers and community organizations to collaborate and ensure students are learning the most current skills. Employers and community organizations are an integral part of designing and updating curriculum. To learn more about the CCCTC, visit us at