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CareerTech Seniors Commit to Future Paths in Engineering Technology

CareerTech recently honored the achievements of students from Mrs. Baker’s Engineering Tech class. These seniors have made significant strides in their vocational training and have committed to advancing their careers through various pathways.

Makikai Grissom is finalizing his decision on which college to attend, demonstrating his dedication to continuing his education in engineering technology.

Joseph Hann has successfully secured employment with Fives Landis, a testament to the skills and knowledge he has gained through his coursework at CareerTech.

Liam Arnold has taken a significant step towards his future by enrolling at Lehigh University, where he will further his studies in engineering.

CareerTech proudly supports these students as they transition from high school to their chosen professional and academic pursuits, celebrating their readiness to embark on new adventures in their careers and education.

Photo Credits to Franklin County Career and Technology Center

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