CCCTC Collision Repair Students Earn ASE Certifications

Collision Repair students  from the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) recently earned their ASE Entry Level certification. Students can earn certificates in Structural Components and Repair, Non-Structural Components and Repair, Painting and Refinishing, and Mechanical and Electrical Repair. Pictured from left to right are Carson Dixon, Clearfield Area High School; Noah Bloom, Curwensville Area High School; TreLyn Butler, Clearfield Area High School; and Wyatt Becker, Clearfield Area High School. To learn more about the opportunities for high school and adult students, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.

CCCTC Students Collect and Deliver Items to Nursing Homes

Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) students collected many different items for local nursing home residents for donation to the National Technical Honor Society’s (NTHS) Community Service Project.  April was community service month and this week is National Nursing Home week.  Students donated enough items to make 100 bags for residents at Mt. Laurel Nursing Home.  Mrs. Jessica McKendrick and Mrs. Kate Crawford, National Technical Honor Society Advisors, organized the school-wide donations so the CCCTC could give back to the community.  Residents across the county are still not permitted visitors.  Please remember loved ones and residents in nursing homes...

CCCTC Senior, Finneas Louis Reams, Signs Letter of Intent during Career & Technical Letter of Intent Virtual Signing Day

Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) seniors have chosen to maximize their high school opportunities for career training and industry certifications, with an eye on becoming successful and financially secure much earlier in life. Career and Technical Education Signing Day is a way of recognizing their hard work and the value of the career-preparation training they have received through the CCCTC. In photo, from left to right is Tiffany Cover, CCCTC Principal and Assistant Director and current CCCTC Digital Media Arts student, Finneas Louis Reams, from Moshannon Valley Area High School who will be attending Edinboro University for Bachelor...

Hot Spots Need to be Returned

Borrowed hot spots from the CCCTC will need to be returned the week of May 24th upon arrival to the CCCTC. Therefore, once students enter the building, they should immediately go into the technology office to return (between 8:15-8:45 and 12:00-12:15). Seniors will need to have theirs returned by the end of the day Wed., 26th. If a student fails to return one, their graduate certificate will be held until it is returned or the $90 fee is paid. Juniors may return any day that week (May 24-28). At that time, invoices will be sent to the students for the...