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CCCTC Announces Ember Grimm as Graduate of the Month

CCCTC Announces Ember Grimm as Graduate of the Month

Ember Grimm is a recent graduate of the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC), attending the Culinary Arts and Food Management program for two years. During her time at CCCTC, Ember learned that in order to succeed in the workforce, she would have to be determined and willing to be the best she could be. Attending the CCCTC has expanded her education and opened doors to greater opportunities.  Ember is currently a Sous Chef at the Clearfield Curwensville Country Club. Ember’s advice to someone thinking about coming to the CCCTC is to try it, even if you are unsure,...

CCCTC Welcomes Mrs. Rankin as Health Occupations Technology Instructor

The Joint Operating Committee of the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs. Amy Rankin as the new CCCTC Health Occupations Technology Instructor. Mrs. Rankin graduated from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing, and a minor in Psychology. She also completed graduate school at Capella University and earned her Masters of Science in Nursing, Specializing in Leadership and Administration. She has nineteen years of experience as a Registered Nurse where she specialized in high-risk obstetrics and pediatrics, medical, surgical, telemetry, case management, and leadership. Amy says, “ I am...

Clearfield County Career & Technology Center and Penn Highlands Healthcare Forge Partnership

Clearfield County Career & Technology Center and Penn Highlands Healthcare Forge Partnership

Penn Highlands Healthcare announced it will help expand the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center’s (CCCTC) Practical Nursing Program by sponsoring tuition for select students who sign an employment agreement. With the employment agreement, employees have the option of working at one of the many Penn Highlands Healthcare hospitals, outpatient facilities and physician practices in Northwestern/Central and Southwestern Pennsylvania. Penn Highlands will fund tuition for qualified students enrolled in the full-time or part-time Practical Nursing program, through a partnership intended to address a regional shortage in nursing. In exchange, qualified students enrolled in CCCTC’s Practical Nursing program will sign an...

CCCTC Graduate, Nic Kovach, Speaks to Current Digital Media Arts Students

CCCTC Graduate, Nic Kovach, Speaks to Current Digital Media Arts Students

Local graphic designer Nic Kovach spoke with the PM Digital Media students at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center on Tuesday, September 20 about the graphic design field. He also gave insight into how to interact with clients. Kovach, a former Digital Media student at the Career Center, is the lead graphic designer at Impact Ink and provides freelance graphic design and content creation services.  CCCTC is proud to highlight the talents and accomplishments of its students. To learn more about programs at CCCTC, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.

CCCTC Information Technology Student, William Rainey III, Earns CompTIA A+ Certification

CCCTC Information Technology Student, William Rainey III, Earns CompTIA A+ Certification

William Raney III, Information Technology student the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center, recently earned his Comp TIA A+. The A+ certification is an entry-level computer certification for PC computer service technicians. The exam is designed to certify the competency of entry-level PC computer service professionals in installing, maintaining, customizing, and operating personal computers. The A+ certification is sponsored by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). CompTIA is a large trade group, founded in 1982, and made up of resellers, distributors, and manufacturers. It sets voluntary guidelines dealing with business ethics and professionalism, and is involved with many issues including...

CCCTC Staff Attend PASRO Safety Conference

CCCTC Staff Attend PASRO Safety Conference

On July 18-20, 2022, our security officer, December Adams attended the fourth annual PASRO Conference with Fred Redden, Executive Director, and Tiffany Cover, Principal, in Harrisburg, PA. “PASRO is a not-for-profit organization that represents school-based law enforcement personnel. These personnel serve the law enforcement needs of schools, communities, and agencies by providing the education, support, and resources needed to build a safe and positive learning environment in Pennsylvania’s schools” (https://www.pasro.org/). Each year, they host a school safety conference that welcomes all personnel who have a stake in protecting our schools. This year, among many amazing speakers, they got to hear from Connecticut State Police Commander...

CCCTC Welcomes Jayna Vicary as Welding and Metal Fabrication Instructor

CCCTC Welcomes Jayna Vicary as Welding and Metal Fabrication Instructor

The Joint Operating Committee of the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Jayna Vicary as the new CCCTC Welding and Metal Fabrication Management Instructor. Ms. Vicary is a CCCTC Welding and Metal Fabrication graduate and a Pennsylvania College of Technology graduate where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Welding and Fabrication Engineering Technologies as well as her minor in Non-Destructive Testing.  She has experience working with Interfuse Manufacturing and completed an engineering internship with Diamondback Covers. She is excited to become part of the CCCTC team, working alongside her Welding instructor, Mr. Dave Rupert,...

CCCTC Welcomes Sierra Maney as Culinary Arts and Food Management Instructor

CCCTC Welcomes Sierra Maney as Culinary Arts and Food Management Instructor

The Joint Operating Committee of the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Sierra Maney of Clearfield, PA. as the new CCCTC Culinary Arts and Food Management Instructor. Ms. Maney is a CCCTC Culinary Arts and Food Management graduate and an Indiana University of Pennsylvania Academy of Culinary Arts graduate. She has experience in kitchen management and operations and is looking forward to helping the program grow and is happy to be a part of the CCCTC staff. The Culinary Arts and Food Management program accepts high school students from five surrounding sending schools, as...

Alex Leskovansky is Selected as 2021-2022 CCCTC Outstanding Student of the Year

Alex Leskovansky is Selected as 2021-2022 CCCTC Outstanding Student of the Year

The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) is pleased to announce Alex Leskovansky as Outstanding Student for the 2021-2022 school year. Alex is a CCCTC graduate of the Information Technology program. During his time at CCCTC, Alex was a high honor student, member of the National Technical Honor Society, earned college credits in his program, a cooperative education student working as a technology assistant at CCCTC, and also selected as the outstanding student within his program. In order to become the outstanding student of the year at CCCTC, a student must first be nominated by a staff member at CCCTC. Once...