CCTI graduates 14 in carpentry, auto technology programs
SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS Auto Service Technology/Auto Collision and Repair graduates are, left to right: William Abreu, Dylan Eckert, Michael Rodriquez, Tyler Ketterer, Steven Miller, Herbert McDermott, and Jered Hart.
Fourteen students graduated last week from the Auto Service Technology/ Auto Collision and Repair and Carpentry programs at CCTI.
Youth Services Agency and Carbon Career & Technical Institute teamed up again and provided skills to students in High Priority Occupations.
The student's abilities in the trade areas are developed at CCTI in these 150 hour programs and their academic proficiency is honed at the YSA Camp Adams site.
Once again this partnership has produced individuals with the tools necessary to secure a life sustaining wage career or further their education at another educational institution.