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CCCTC Carpentry Students Start Roof on Clearfield Little League Pavilion

CCCTC Carpentry Students Start Roof on Clearfield Little League Pavilion

Students in the Carpentry and Building Construction program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) recently started the process of building a pavilion at the Clearfield Little League Field in honor of Jerry Linsenbigler, former President of the Clearfield Youth Baseball Association.  The students are now finishing the framing on the roof and siding gables. To learn more about the opportunities for high school and adults at the CCCTC, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.

CCCTC Masonry Construction Students Working on Foundations, Arches, and Fireplaces.

CCCTC Masonry Construction Students Working on Foundations, Arches, and Fireplaces.

Students in the Masonry Construction program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center are currently working on block foundations, brick and stone veneer, brick arches, fireplaces, chimneys, water proofing, retaining walls, and blue-print reading. Hayden Rodkey, Masonry student from Curwensville Area High School, explained that the materials used in masonry are more than just brick, many different materials such as block, stone, tile, concrete and hardscaping are used as well. To learn more about the opportunities for high school and adults in the Masonry and Construction program, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.

CCCTC Welcomes Tiffany Cover as Principal

CCCTC Welcomes Tiffany Cover as Principal

CLEARFIELD – Members of the Joint Operating Committee of the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center (CCCTC) are pleased to announce the appointment of Tiffany Cover as CCCTC Principal. Fred Redden, Executive Director of the CCCTC, said, “Tiffany has a lot to offer the CCCTC staff as the integration of ELA into all technical areas is a primary focus.  She also brings a strong background in instructional technology, which will be a great resource as the career center continues to move in a modern direction.  Technology is a part of every career, and it is our job to ensure that...

CCCTC Carpentry & Building Construction Students Learning Operation of Power Tools

CCCTC Carpentry & Building Construction Students Learning Operation of Power Tools

Students in the Carpentry and Building Construction program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) are currently learning about floors and how to find the square feet, how to frame a floor, and how much weight a floor can handle. Students have also been learning about operating power tools and workstations. To learn more about the opportunities in the Carpentry program for high school and adults, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.

CCCTC Automotive Mechanics Students Learn About Shocks and Suspension

CCCTC Automotive Mechanics Students Learn About Shocks and Suspension

Students in the Automotive Mechanics program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) are currently working on several different parts of their task list, such as the fundamentals and types of suspension, torsion bars, shock absorbers, Macpherson struts, leaf, air and coil springs. Kurtis Hand from Clearfield Area High School explained that the springs hold the weight above the tires while shock absorbers reduce road shock. To learn more about the opportunities in the Automotive Mechanics program for high school and adult students, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.

CCCTC’s SkillsUSA Students Attend Leadership Conference

CCCTC’s SkillsUSA Students Attend Leadership Conference

The students and advisors of the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) Chapter of SkillsUSA recently attended a Leadership Conference in Gettyburg, PA. During the conference, students had the opportunity to visit the Capital building and learn more about leadership and the history of Pennsylvania. SkillsUSA improves the quality of America’s skilled workforce through a structured program of citizenship, leadership, employability, technical and professional skills training.

Welding Students at CCCTC Using Skills to Create Project for Boy Scouts

Welding Students at CCCTC Using Skills to Create Project for Boy Scouts

Students in the Welding and Metal Fabrication program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center have been learning the steps in creating a custom project.  They are learning how to use the computer to create a design, setting oxygen and acetylene properly, and using the plasma table to cut out the project.  Recently, they have been working on an apple butter cooker for the Boy Scouts. To learn more about the opportunities in the Welding and Metal Fabrication program for high school and adult students, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.

CCCTC Drafting and Design Students Using Skills to Create Projects

CCCTC Drafting and Design Students Using Skills to Create Projects

Drafting and Design students at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) are using their skills to create different projects on the laser cutter. They have created a house plan which includes learning the planning and construction process. These projects are preparing students for careers in drafting, architecture, and architectural engineering or continuing education in related fields.  To learn more about the opportunities in the Drafting and Design program, visit us at www.cctc.edu.

CCCTC Information Technology Students Learning about Servers, Security, and Task Management

CCCTC Information Technology Students Learning about Servers, Security, and Task Management

Students at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) Information Technology program are currently learning about servers, security, and task management. The students are split into three groups to work on the projects on Active Directory (AD), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and Access point, and Hyper-V and file server. To learn more about the opportunities in the Information Technology program, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.

CCCTC Metal Engineering Technology Students Designing Parts For Jeeps

CCCTC Metal Engineering Technology Students Designing Parts For Jeeps

Clearfield County Career and Technology Center’s (CCCTC) Metal Engineering Technology students are currently learning how to operate standard industrial machines and metal working tools. Students have been introduced to setup, operation, and preventative maintenance on the machines and are now working on designing parts for Jeeps. To learn more about the opportunities in the Metal Engineering Technology program, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.