CCCTC Students Create New Sign For Philipsburg Osceola School

L to R: CJ Morrissey, Collision Repair Student, Dylan Gilmore, Precision Machine Student, Caleb Smith, Precision Machine Student, Jared Grimm, Welding Student, Sam Pennington, Welding Student, Alex Fleming, Welding Student, and Desiree Parada, Collision Repair Student

Several programs at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) came together to create a new sign for the Philipsburg Osceola Area School entrance.  Students in the Welding and Metal Fabrication program, Collision Repair program, and the Precision Machine Technology program came together to create the new sign. The Precision Machine Technology students designed risers for the main part of the sign to create a 3D affect.  The students in the Welding and Metal Fabrication program then designed and fabricated the metal. Finally, the Collision Repair students matched paint samples and sprayed the sign.  Students in trades are learning how different skills in different programs come together to create a product.  To learn more about the opportunities at the CCCTC, visit us at