CCCTC Carpentry and Building Construction Students Assist Habitat for Humanity

In photo kneeling from left to right: Brandon Foltz, West Branch Area High School; Matt Wisor, Clearfield Area High School; Eli Cree, Curwensville Area High School; Gage Ibberson, Philipsburg Area High School; Greg Barger, Carpentry and Building Construction Instructor. Back row from left to right: Gage Sallurday, West Branch Area High School; John Farr, Habitat for Humanity; Howdy Veihdeffer, Habitat for Humanity; Dominic Redd, Philipsburg Area High School; and Malikye Dale, Clearfield Area High School.

Students in the Carpentry and Building Construction program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) recently assisted Habitat for Humanity in building a house in Grampian. Carpentry students in the afternoon class built the walls to the house and the morning class loaded the walls for transport. Students at the CCCTC frequently get the opportunity to utilize the skills they learn in real-world work situations. To learn more about the opportunities in the Carpentry program, visit us at