Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) seniors have chosen to maximize their high school opportunities for career training and industry certifications, with an eye on becoming successful and financially secure much earlier in life. The students met with representatives from their future employment or post-secondary training to sign their letter of intent. Career and Technical Education Signing Day is a way of recognizing their hard work and the value of the career-preparation training they have received through the CCCTC. Seated left to right is Kristy Samsel, Renee Medzie’s mother; Renee Medzie, Health Occupations Technology student from West Branch Area High School accepted into Lock Haven University, Clearfield for Medical Social Work; and Valerie Dixon, Acting Director at Lock Haven University, Clearfield. The CCCTC is proud to highlight the talents and accomplishments of its students. To learn more about the opportunities for high school and adult students at CCCTC, visit us at www.ccctc.edu or call us at 814-765-5308.