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We enjoyed hosting the St. George Middle School (SGMS) Future Farmers of America (FFA) banquet on campus last night. Partnering with SGMS on this program for younger CTE students has been quite a success! ... See MoreSee Less
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The DCCTC student accolades continue! Congratulations to Samantha Stone and Shauniya Tucker-Simmons for being admitted to the Trident Technical College Pre Nursing Apprenticeship program. Since they already earned a Patient Care Technician (PCT) certification at DCCTC, they will work to become Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) this summer. After that, their first year of college level classes will be paid and then they will receive a full scholarship for the TTC Nursing program. As paid apprentices, Samantha will work at Summerville Medical Center and Shauniya will work for Roper Health System.
Their hard work is (literally) paying off! We are so proud. ... See MoreSee Less
O my goodness congratulations Samantha!!!!
Awesome! NTHS landed me a few scholarships after graduating from ARHS and DCCTC. Congratulations y’all!
Congratulations to these 48 students from our Dorchester campus for being inducted into the National Technical Honor Society last week. Fourteen students will be inducted at our Trolley Road campus later this month.
The mission of the NTHS is to, "honor student achievement and leadership in career & technical education, promote educational excellence, award scholarships, and enhance career opportunities for the NTHS membership." ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to Auto Collision completer, Ethan Knox, for receiving the Trident Region Work Based Learning Student of the Year award presented by the SC Department of Education. Ethan, a Summerville High Schoolsenior, works for GG Schmitt & Sons through our LIFE work-based learning program.
This award recognizes a student who exemplifies sound work-based practices while applying academia to real-life, real-work, and real-world situations in the business/industry environment
What an accomplishment!
Photo left-to-right: Allen Barbee, DCCTC Auto Collision instructor, Mr. & Mrs. Knox, Ethan Knox, James Villeponteaux, DCCTC Director, Ben Abernathy, GG Schmitt & Sons, Darryl Brown, Regional Career Specialist, SC Department of Education, Bobby Behr, DCCTC Assistant Director ... See MoreSee Less
Awesome job Ethan, good work
Look at all the amazing people in this picture! ❤️
That's awesome! Congratulations!
Thank you for inviting our students to your presentation. It was great having you on campus! ... See MoreSee Less
Today students from our Media Technology class at Woodland High School filmed students from various classes at our Dorchester campus. New school video coming soon! ... See MoreSee Less
Wow! That's awesome! WY to go Josh & class!!
Time spent in career and technology classes has proven valuable year after year as evidenced by the following data provided by the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce: