Your Future Is Now!
Are you ready to step forward and begin your career? Or are you considering changing or enhancing an existing career? Then Crawford County Career and Technical Center must be considered for its many excellent career-building opportunities.
High School students, you can have the best of both worlds; you can begin free career training with current facilities and equipment and an expert instructor, while remaining at your sending school for academics and activities like sports, cheerleading and band.
Adult students, you, too, can begin training in a new career - by attending on campus at Crawford County CTC or by taking convenient on-line courses, many offering certifications.
Crawford County Career and Technical Center - a wealth of opportunities is there for the taking!
Above, you'll find a link to the SOAR website (click on the SOAR logo), a valuable tool for students and parents to learn about colleges that accept credits from our high school Career and Technical programs. This website, with www.collegetransfer.net, identifies specific CTC courses that will transfer to specific colleges and allow our program completers to enter these schools with advanced standing. To see each school's Advanced Placement programs, click the words "Click Here" in the link above. Then click on the linked number under "Equivalency Count" adjacent to the school name.
The Pennsylvania Labor Market Information website contains a new link for job spidering. Job spidering allows job seekers to review thousands of jobs from dozens of websites in one location. Click the icon above to connect to the PA Dept. of Labor & Industry website. For more information in navigating the Job Spidering feature, please click here.
To comply with Federal Laws, State Laws,
and the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s regulations concerning
equal rights and opportunities, the Crawford County Career & Technical
Center declares itself to be an Equal Rights and Opportunities Career &
Technical Center. It does not discriminate against individuals or
groups because of race, color, ethnic origin, religion, age, sex,
marital status, sexual preference, disadvantageousness or non-relevant
handicaps and disabilities. All services, facilities, and activities
are accessible to the handicapped. The Crawford County Career &
Technical Center hereby resolves as a policy that no persons shall on
the basis of the foregoing be excluded from participation in, be denied
the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any educational
program, activity, or employment. The Center’s commitment to
nondiscrimination extends to students, employees, prospective employees,
and the community.
An Equal Rights Career and Technical School