Welcome to theCareer Tech Center
15 School Districts
16 Program Areas
16 Years in Operation
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Adrienne Schoenmaker Adrienne Schoenmaker (Fruitport) attended Allied Health her first year at the CTC before trying her hand at Welding year two. Today she's a TIG welder for Keyser Manufacturing! #FutureFocused
Jackson Huizenga Jackson Huizenga (Mona Shores), a former Machining/Engineering Technology student, is now a Dedicated Crew Chief (DDC) for the US Air Force. Jackson said that his CTC instructors taught him responsibility and respect, and encouraged him to seek his true potential–all great skills for the Air Force!
Justin Rohr Justin, a former Internet, Network & Security Technologies student from Holton High School, went on to attend GVSU and is now a Technology Analyst at Howmet Aerospace!
Molly Michelli Former Criminal Justice student Molly Michelli (Fruitport) is now attending Lake Superior State University where she is studying Criminal Justice and Psychology. After graduation she hopes to pursue a career in Criminology.
Samantha Kirschner Samantha Kirschner was a Hospitality & Food Management and Muskegon Promise student. She graduated from the Baking & Pastry/Culinary Arts program at the Culinary Institute of Michigan in 2019 and is now a Pastry Chef at Patricia's Chocolates.
Serena Fairbrother Former Graphic Production student, Serena Fairbrother (Oakridge), went on to earn her associate degree in Graphic Design from Muskegon Community College. She's now a coordinator and graphic designer for Thrive Pop in Muskegon.
Reasons to celebrate
As if a return to fulltime in-person learning wasn't reason enough to celebrate this year, we also have these great successes to recognize–
- 88 Career Tech Center students earned college credit through their CTC program. Those students completed 121 courses for a total of 377 credits!
- 216 students earned CTC Honor Cords. Honor cords were awarded to graduating seniors with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher in their CTC program and no suspensions.
- 48 students completed work-based learning. Work-based learning opportunities include co-ops, job shadows, and internships.