Category: What’s Happening at CCCTC

CCCTC High School Cosmetology Students Hold Spooky Spa Day to Raise Money for The Darlene Smolko Scholarship
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CCCTC High School Cosmetology Students Hold Spooky Spa Day to Raise Money for The Darlene Smolko Scholarship

Students at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center’s (CCCTC) high school cosmetology program held a Spooky Spa Day that was open to the public to raise money for the Darlene Smolko Scholarship fund. The scholarship is presented during the CCCTC graduation. The students exercised the skills they have learned in real life work situations...

CCCTC’s Collision Repair Instructor Recognized By National Institute of Automotive Service Excellance
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CCCTC’s Collision Repair Instructor Recognized By National Institute of Automotive Service Excellance

ASE Certified Master Technician: Darrin Dale, Collision Repair Instructor at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center,  was recognized by ASE (National Institute of Automotive Service Excellence) for reaching the 25 year mark as a Collision Repair Master Technician. Mr. Dale obtained his ASE Certification as a collision repair technician/frame specialist at the Rider Auto...

Moshannon Valley 10th Grade Students Tour Programs at CCCTC
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Moshannon Valley 10th Grade Students Tour Programs at CCCTC

The 10th grade students from Moshannon Valley Area High School had the opportunity to tour fourteen programs at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) to explore options of attending during their 11th and 12th grade year. Students were able to perform hands-on activities in the programs to help them determine if the trades...

The A.M. Health Occupations Class wins Golden Pumpkin award at CCCTC Fall Open House
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The A.M. Health Occupations Class wins Golden Pumpkin award at CCCTC Fall Open House

Students at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center participated in the annual pumpkin decorating contest.  Each program decorates a pumpkin using items from their program or to represent their program.  The winner gets to display the “golden pumpkin” in their program for the year.  Decorated pumpkins are displayed during Fall Open House for parents/guardians...