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What to know while school is closed

With the governor's announcement to close schools, our hearts ache with yours as you're unable to participate in student competitions, internships, certification opportunities, and more. However, that doesn't mean learning is shut down for the remainder of the school year. CTC staff members are working on ways to re-engage in learning soon after spring break.

In the mean time, let's practice our CTC mantra of COMMUNITY. TEAMWORK. COMMITMENT. Demonstrate COMMUNITY by visiting our CTC Facebook page for important updates as well as posts on #MondayMotivation, #WhatsUpWednesday, and #FlashbackFriday. Show TEAMWORK by encouraging others through positive social media posts, phone calls to friends and family, or mailing an encouraging letter to someone. Lastly, practice COMMITMENT. Commit to advancing the skills you learned this year or pursue a new goal if your career exploration has taken you on a different path.

Most importantly, stay healthy and safe. Practice the CDC’s recommendations on protecting yourself and others from the virus.

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Hospitality & Food management graduate, Isaiah AnthonyHospitality & Food management graduate, Isaiah Anthony (Whitehall) is now a Line Cook at Amangri Luxury Resort in Utah. After high school, Isaiah attended the New England Culinary Institute where he learned about an internship opportunity with Amangri. That internship  blossomed into a career. Isaiah attended the CTC from 2016-17.

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