Our school resource officer, Deputy Thomsen, let some Cosmetology students practice manicure skills. All in a day’s work. #skillsmatter
Part time job in our secondary center.
Enrolling now. 2 days a week for 7 weeks!
Environmental Science students were working on atom model projects. Love how the Construction students used wood , Electrical students used wires, etc. Using tools and items that they are acquainted with.
Students in our Veterinary Science program were learning about equine equipment. #skillsmatter
Our recent Community Open House and 50th Anniversary was a great event. So cool to see so many former students and employees on hand. And a great night of meeting those in the community who value what we do here. Looking forward to next year already!
Fiftieth Flashback Friday. Students in the Office Education Association. We assume this is from the late 70s or early 80s?
200+ C-TEC students met with ten local manufacturers recently to learn about the science and careers behind their products. What a great day! A huge thank you to our partners who participated and engaged our students. #skillsmatter
Some pictures from our junior Cosmetology program's latest "Guest Day." Our students get practice and the guests get free services. Win/Win! #skillsmatter
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Junior Medical Assistant students learning the art of sterile glove application. #skillsmatter
Secondary Fire/EMT students, preparing to do their thing! #skillsmatter
Fiftieth Flashback Friday. Check out this pic from the old Medical Academy.
We love this pic from our recent Community Open House. The Criminal Justice students were recruiting them early for the program.
Culinary Arts students and staff were all smiles while preparing the recent All County Board Dinner. Putting their skills to use.
Our Career Connections classes at Heath Middle School have had some cool visitors recently. We had Mark Morscher come in and help create STEM lights and Ashley Holcolmb came from “Girls Who Code”. They were both awesome guests, and we learned a lot!
First blood drive of the year was a success. We obtained 48 pints of blood which equates to 6 gallons! C-TEC's staff and students really stepped it up. Junior Medical Assistants helped with the blood drive, and we got this cool moment with Blake Norman, senior Medical Assistant student, donating with Red Cross employee (and former Clinical Care student) Cassidy Ryan.
The Automotive Technologies junior cohort. Off to a great start this year! #skillsmatter
Fiftieth Flashback Friday. We love this celebratory picture from our Postsecondary Center from 2005. The joy of accomplishment! #skillsmatter