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CCCTC Updated Information on Cancellations

CCCTC Updated Information on Cancellations

In light of the threat of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and our continued efforts to minimize the risk of transmission of the virus the following events have been cancelled or postponed until further notice at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC): SkillsUSA state competionCCCTC Spring Open HouseSkillsUSA Marianna pizza and sub fundraiserNational Technical Honor Society induction ceremonyNOCTI date has been extended to June 1, 2020

CCCTC Metal Engineering Technology Students Talk About Careers in Manufacturing

CCCTC Metal Engineering Technology Students Talk About Careers in Manufacturing

Clearfield County Career and Technology Center’s (CCCTC) Metal Engineering Technology students, Hannah Columbus and Trevor Hoffman, both from Clearfield Area High School, recently attended the “What’s So Cool About Manufacturing” event along with Metal Engineering Technology Instructor, Robert Livergood.  Workforce Solutions sponsored the event, which allowed area businesses and CTC’s to talk with visiting students from many area school districts about exploring manufacturing careers. To learn more about the opportunities for high school and adult students in the Metal Engineering Technology program at CCCTC, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.

CCCTC HVAC/R Students Perform Spring Air Conditioner Maintenance

CCCTC HVAC/R Students Perform Spring Air Conditioner Maintenance

Students in the Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVAC/R) program at the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center (CCCTC) are learning skills that will prepare them in the future as an HVAC/R technician. Students learn many different skill sets throughout the year and are currently learning about air conditioning maintenance. One of the most important maintenance tasks that will improve the efficiency of your air conditioner is routinely replacing or cleaning the air filters. Some other important tasks are cleaning the air conditioner’s coils, removing debris from the unit, and straightening coil fins. In photo are CCCTC HVAC/R students...

CCCTC Collision Repair Students Visit Several Local Repair Shops

CCCTC Collision Repair Students Visit Several Local Repair Shops

Collision Repair students from the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center (CCCTC) recently toured several local collision repair businesses.  Students had the opportunity to learn how each shop operates.  Special thanks to owner Carney Cataldo of Cataldo’s Collision in DuBois, PA; Rick Strini, body shop manager at Johnson Motors in DuBois PA; and Sean Osmolinski, manager of Murray Ford in DuBois, PA. To learn more about the opportunities for high school and adult students in the Collision Repair program at CCCTC, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.

CCCTC Digital Media Arts Students Start Production on Videos for Workforce Solutions

CCCTC Digital Media Arts Students Start Production on Videos for Workforce Solutions

Students from the Digital Media Arts program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) recently started production on a series of videos being created for Workforce Solutions for North Central Pennsylvania and the North Central PA Building and Construction Trades Council. The videos will be utilized to increase awareness of the career opportunities in the Building Trades.  Digital Media a.m. students Morgan Gomola, Emma Geyer, and Tessa Switala monitored the audio, video, and lighting as they interviewed Robert Allen for the video about the Iron Workers Union.  To learn more about the opportunities for high school and adult students...

CCCTC Announces Dustin Cambria as Graduate of the Month

CCCTC Announces Dustin Cambria as Graduate of the Month

Dustin Cambria attended the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC), graduating in 2019 from the Masonry Construction program. Dustin said he chose to attend the CCCTC because he had a dream of becoming a mason and knew it would help him with his career once he graduated.  He said the skills he gained during his time in the Masonry program helped him ease into the industry.  Dustin is currently a bricklayer for International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local 9 and works for Harris Masonry.  Dustin Cambria is only one example of how CCCTC graduates use their education...