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Harmony and Soaring Heights 10th Grade Students Visit CCCTC Today

Students in the 10th grade at Harmony Area High School and Soaring Heights School visited the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center(CCCTC)today. The students had the opportunity to visit 14 programs at the CCCTC to learn what each program offers. Students will then be able to apply for a spot in the program for their 11th and 12th grade year. The programs at CCCTC give the students the skills they need to excel, whether they plan to go to college or enter directly into the workforce. Click on photo for larger view.

Curwensville 10th Grade Students Visit CCCTC Today

Students in the 10th grade at Curwensville Area High School visited the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center(CCCTC)today. The students had the opportunity to visit 14 programs at the CCCTC to learn what each program offers. Students will then be able to apply for a spot in the program for their 11th and 12th grade year. The programs at CCCTC give the students the skills they need to excel, whether they plan to go to college or enter directly into the workforce. Click on photo for larger view.  

CCCTC’s High School Cosmetology Students Are Learning Balayage

Students in the High School Cosmetology program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) are putting their skills to work. Students have been learning about how to create color using balayage and color melt technique which is like free-hand coloring.  In the photos, the Balayage color melting was done on this client by 11th grade student, Vanaessa Baker from Clearfield Area High School during the AM session of the Cosmetology Clinic. The haircut and finished style was completed by 12th grade student Monica Tocimak from Philipsburg Area High School during the PM session of Cosmetology Clinic. Clinic hours...

The CCCTC’s Robotics Team Making Final Preparations for Competition

The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center’s (CCCTC) Robotics team is hard at work making their final preparations for the Robotics competition. Over the past several weeks the students designed and built their robot.  They are using the skills they have learned at the CCCTC and will compete at the Best Robotics Competition on Friday, October 20 and Saturday, October 21 at the Dubois Penn State campus. BEST Robotics, Inc. is a non-profit, volunteer organization whose mission is to inspire middle through high school students to pursue careers in engineering, science, technology, and business through participation in a sports-like, hands-on, real-world engineering-based...

CCCTC Partners with Saint Francis University to Offer College Credits

  The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center is pleased to announce they have partnered with Saint Francis University to offer college credits towards earning an Associate of Applied Sciences Degree.  In August 2017, the Joint Operating Committee approved the articulation agreement between CCCTC and Saint Francis University.  The agreement states that any student who successfully completes his or her programming at CCCTC will be awarded 27 college credits at Saint Francis at no cost.  Students will then be able to complete the remaining 36 credits needed for the degree through the Saint Francis University’s Adult Degree & Continuing Studies...

West Branch 10th Grade Students Visit CCCTC Today

Students in the 10th grade at West Branch Area School visited the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center(CCCTC)today. The students had the opportunity to visit 14 programs at the CCCTC to learn what each program offers. Students will then be able to apply for a spot in the program for their 11th and 12th grade year. The programs at CCCTC give the students the skills they need to excel, whether they plan to go to college or enter directly into the workforce. Click on photo for larger view

CCCTC Culinary Cafe Opening to the Public on October 31st

The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) is proud to announce the opening of the Culinary Arts and Food Management’s Cafe on October 31, 2017 from 11:30-1:30 PM on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.  The Cafe is run by the Culinary Art’s students with a new menu every Monday.  Follow us on social media (Facebook and Twitter) or check out the news on our website www.ccctc.edu to view our weekly menu or sign up for our email distribution list at info@142.93.177.74. The CCCTC is located at 1620 River Road, Clearfield, PA. 16830.   Note:  Please understand that we are a...

CCCTC Adult Cosmo Students Learning Advanced Skin Care

  The adult students in the Cosmetology program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center are learning about advanced skincare. The students had the opportunity to practice with the new Galvanich High Frequency skincare system. Students not only learn about hair and nail care, but also about taking care of your skin and how to facials. Debbie Gmerek, CCCTC Cosmetology Instructor,  showed the students how the different tools on the machine work and explained how the high frequency stimulates circulation of the blood, increases glandular activity, germicidal action, generates heat inside the tissue and aids in deeper penetration of...

CCCTC Precision Machine Students Attend PSU For Manufacturing Day

Students from the Clearfield County Career and Technology’s Precision Machine Program had the opportunity to visit Penn State University (PSU) for their annual Manufacturing Day. Robert Livergood, Precision Machine Instructor, said that PSU talked about what their college has to offer, specifically their engineering college. He said they  explained about the abundance of jobs in Clearfield, Jefferson and Elk counties, particularly in powdered metals and also the many jobs in the St. Marys for machinists. He said they also mentioned that  are not enough skilled workers to fill the jobs. One thing PSU mentioned was that they could take all...

Paige Bryan Talks With GT Thompson On Why Career And Technical Education Works

Paige Bryan, a current Clearfield County Career and Technology(CCCTC) Health Occupations student, recently met with Congressman GT Thompson, a leader on skills based education. Paige who is a SkillsUSA officer talked with GT on why Career and Technical education works for her. Way to go Paige!  To learn more about programs at CCCTC, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.