What a difference a year makes!
A year ago the Career Tech Center (CTC) was entering its first month of closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This year, under enhanced safety protocols like social distancing, wearing masks, and smaller class sizes, we’re back in action! Just look at some of the great things happening since the new year–
- Tyler Snyder and Tyler Korthase are applying the skills they’ve learned in Auto Collision/Refinishing to make improvements on their own vehicles.
- Bio Tech & Engineering students have created three unique prototypes for a client who uses a wheelchair for mobility so he can safely take his children out with him.
- In place of their annual hair show featuring live models, Cosmetology students are testing their creativity with a paper wig contest.
- Environmental & Veterinary Sciences students have bred and are raising baby rabbits for FFA competition.
- In addition to finalizing the student-built home, Construction Trades students have taken on outside projects like assembling this greenhouse for Cardinal Elementary and are constructing an outdoor cooler for the Muskegon YMCA.
- More than 20 students are out on internships. Among those is Machining/Engineering Technology student Hunter Johnson. Hunter, seen here using a CNC at the Tech Center, is currently working as a machine operator for Scherdel Sales & Technology.
Now enrolling for fall 2021
Career Tech Center enrollment for fall 2021 is going on now! Interested high school sophomores and juniors should contact their school counselor to sign up.
2021-22 CTC Course Guide
Download the CTC's 2021-22 Course Guide here.
Former Criminal Justice student (2013-15), and Reeths-Puffer grad, Aisha Ahmad earned her Criminal Justice degree from Ferris State last spring. She's now a Youth Specialist at the Juvenile Transition Center in Muskegon.