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CCCTC High School Cosmetology Instructor, Jen Womer, Keeps Creativity Flowing in Program

CCCTC High School Cosmetology Instructor, Jen Womer, Keeps Creativity Flowing in Program

Instructor Stories: Jen Womer on the Cosmetology Program Jen Womer is the secondary Cosmetology Instructor at the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center (CCCTC).  At the end of this hands-on three-year program, the students will have 1,250 hours of training that allows them to sit for the certification exam. Upon passing the State Board Exam, the student is then licensed to practice Cosmetology in the state of Pennsylvania. As a child, Jen explains, she was always the kid that played with hair and makeup, styling family and friends’ hair, and asking for manikin heads to style.  In high school, Jen...

CCCTC Collision Repair Students Training with Tools and Technology Used in Collision Repair Businesses

CCCTC Collision Repair Students Training with Tools and Technology Used in Collision Repair Businesses

Students in the Collison Repair program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) have been training with tools, equipment and technology used in collision repair centers across the country. Nathan Hutton (right), Curwensville Area High School; and Gavyn Varner (left), Moshannon Valley Area High School, are shown in the photo removing a dent from a damaged vehicle. To learn more about the opportunities for high school and adult students, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.

CCCTC Automotive Mechanics Technology Students Learning Proper Maintenance on Vehicles

CCCTC Automotive Mechanics Technology Students Learning Proper Maintenance on Vehicles

Students in the Automotive Mechanics Technology program at the Clearfield County Career & and Technology Center are learning proper maintenance and repairs on vehicles. Nolan Passmore, current Automotive Mechanics Technology student from  Clearfield Alliance Christian School, is shown in photo changing the oil in a vehicle. To learn more about the opportunities in the Automotive Mechanics program for high school and adult students at CCCTC, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.

Travis Rothrock, CCCTC Drafting Student, Creates Sports Bar Restaurant Project

Travis Rothrock, CCCTC Drafting Student, Creates Sports Bar Restaurant Project

Travis Rothrock, student in the Drafting and Design program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC), and West Branch Area High School student, is shown with the different stages of creating his Sports Bar Restaurant project. Students are required to create a restaurant, taking into consideration the floor plan, seating, bar and kitchen areas, traffic patterns, and how many people the restaurant can accommodate.  To learn more about the opportunities for high school and adult students in the Drafting and Design program at CCCTC, visit us at www.ccctc.edu

Virtual Schedule

Due to the uncertainty of Covid, the CCCTC will now be moving to an all-virtual schedule for secondary students (and the adults within the secondary programs) until return from Thanksgiving break on Wed., 12/2. Classes will be taught virtually at their regularly scheduled times; therefore, students will be expected to log in to Google Classroom and do their work as if they were here.  On Monday, please reach out to your teachers if you do not have Internet access so alternative arrangements can be made.

CCCTC Graduates October Certified Nurses Aide Class

CCCTC Graduates October Certified Nurses Aide Class

The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) would like to congratulate the November graduating class of Certified Nurse Aides (CNA). Students who completed the 126 hour Certified Nurse Aide training are pictured with Ridgeview staff. Ridgeview Healthcare and Rehabilitation provided students the use of their facility for clinicals. The Bureau of Labor Statistics report that employment opportunities for CNA’s will grow by 21 percent by 2022. To learn more about CNA opportunities for adult students, or to register for the January CNA class at CCCTC, call 814-768-4603.

CCCTC Diesel Student Stands Guard at National Firefighters Memorial

CCCTC Diesel Student Stands Guard at National Firefighters Memorial

Mason Carfley, a Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) Diesel student, recently traveled to the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial in Emmitsburg.  Mason, along with 30 other Honor Guard members, conducted the traditional flag raising and folding detail and honored our nation’s fallen heroes by standing watch at the memorial through the night and during America’s Tribute to Fallen Firefighters.  Each year, America honors its fallen fire heroes during a National Memorial Service at the monument site. The ceremony includes the placing of a Presidential Wreath at the monument and dedication of a plaque honoring those who died in the line-of-duty...