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Hope Hess is CCCTC’s Graduate of the Month

Hope Hess is CCCTC’s Graduate of the Month

CCCTC graduate of the month Hope Hess attended the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) during the 2018-2019 school year in the Automotive Mechanics program. After graduation, Hope was hired by Blaise Alexander Chevrolet Buick of Philipsburg where she is an oil change technician. Hope explained that putting in the hard work at the CCCTC to learn a skill that she can apply in a job, and real life, was a great decision.    Hope Hess is only one example of how CCCTC graduates use their education to strengthen the industry in their field of study.  To learn more about...

CCCTC Digital Media Arts Students Earn Adobe Certified Associate Certification

CCCTC Digital Media Arts Students Earn Adobe Certified Associate Certification

Briana Swindell, Curwensville Area High School, and Dominic Kovach, Clearfield Area High School, students in the Digital Media Arts program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center, recently passed the exam to earn the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) certification in Visual Design using Adobe Photoshop 2020. The ACA certification is an industry-recognized credential that effectively validates one’s expertise in the Adobe Creative Cloud suite.  Those who possess the ACA certification can confidently prove that they have the skills and knowledge to meet the demands of today’s design industry. To learn more about the opportunities in the Digital Media Arts program,...

The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center is aware of an incoming student’s social media post that has gained some public attention.   Please understand that as a public school entity the CCCTC does not have any authority to regulate the out-of-school speech or expression of students.  However, we are committed to maintaining an inclusive school and work environment and to taking the necessary steps to protect the safe opportunity of all new and returning enrollees.

Local Businesses Reward Outstanding Automotive Mechanics Student, Kurtis Hand

Local Businesses Reward Outstanding Automotive Mechanics Student, Kurtis Hand

The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) announces Kurtis Hand as outstanding student in the Automotive Mechanics program.  Kurtis is a senior at Clearfield Area High School and plans on attending the U.S. Army in July. Representatives from several local businesses donated towards the award. CCCTC partners with employers and community organizations to collaborate and ensure students are learning the most current skills. Employers and community organizations are an integral part of designing and updating curriculum. Local Businesses that donated are: Hunter’s Garage, Bud’s Electric, Auto Zone, Clearfield NAPA Auto Parts, Cumberland Truck Parts, and Fisher Auto Parts.  To learn...

Austin Beirlair is Selected as CCCTC Outstanding Student for the 2019-2020 School Year

Austin Beirlair is Selected as CCCTC Outstanding Student for the 2019-2020 School Year

The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) is pleased to announce Austin Beirlair as Outstanding Student for the 2019-20 school year. Austin is a CCCTC graduate of the Information Technology program. During his time at CCCTC, Austin was a member of SkillsUSA, Vice President of the Information Technology program, and a member and Treasurer of the National Technical Honor Society. Austin competed in Prepared Speech during his Junior and Senior year at CCCTC, placing second in District 7 his junior year and placing first in District 7 his senior year. He also competed at the state competition in Promotional Bulletin Board his...