CCCTC Electrical Occupations Students Hear About Opportunities Through IBEW Local 126

In photo left side from front to back is Jack Rumfola, Electrical Occupations Instructor; Kenneth Moore, Philipsburg H.S.; Aiden Smith, Moshannon Valley H.S.; Carson Moore, Moshannon Valley H.S.; Noah Schnarrs, Philipsburg-Osceola H.S.; Katlin Beaulieu, Moshannon Valley H.S.; and Carson Spencer, Curwensville Area H.S. Right side from front to back is Bernie Kephart, Local 126; Richard Passmore, Clearfield Area H.S.; Joshua Witherite, Clearfield Area H.S.; Chase Irwin, Curwensville Area H.S.; Noah Heitsenrether, West Branch Area H.S.; Samuel Howard, Moshannon Valley H.S.; and Cooper Spencer, Curwensville Area H.S.

Students in Jack Rumfola’s Electrical Occupations program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) listened to a presentation on the many opportunities and apprenticeships through IBEW Local 126. Bernie Kephart, IBEW Local 126, explained to students in the morning and afternoon classes about the opportunities available to them once they graduate, and how attending the CCCTC will benefit them, whether they go straight into the workforce or on to college. To learn more about the opportunities in the Electrical Occupations program for high school and adult students, visit us at