CLEARFIELD – Each year the Cooperative Education Department of the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center celebrates the contributions of local business as employer partners.
The employer partner is an important key element in educating a student in the world of work. They continue to make a difference in a young person’s life.
Representatives from the Cooperative Education program would like to sincerely thank all the employment partners for all they have done for student employees as well as all the effort and time they have put into training a student this year.
John Conklin of Conklin Racing Engines received the “Supervisor of the Year” award for his care and support of CCCTC student.
Other employer partners of 2016-17 school year include:
- The Atherton Hotel, Alexandria Foster, POHS, Diversified Occupations
- Days Inn, Breanna Lockett, POHS, Diversified Occupations
- Comfort Keepers, Brianna Parada, POHS, Diversified Occupations
- Xtreme Machining, Chance Timko, CAHS, Precision Machining
- Alpha Safety, Christen Wisor, CAHS, Health Occupations
- RevHoopes Trucking, Devon Dixon, CAHS, Diesel Technology
- Pizza Hut of Philipsburg, Emily Kizina, POHS, Diversified Occupations
- Rural King, Jason Veneziano, POHS, Automotive Technology
- Genna Ice Distributing, Justin Mondock, WBHS, Architectural Drafting
- Conklin Racing Engines, Kirtus Kanouff, WBHS, Diesel Technology
- The Elks Club of Philipsburg, Macy McLaughlin, POHS, Diversified Occupations
- Pizza Hut of Philipsburg, Melissa Mackey, POHS, Diversified Occupations
- Rural King, Nora Gill, MVHS, Administrative Office
- Giant Eagle of Altoona, Paige Fudalski, MVHS, Diversified Occupations
- Uni-Mart Inc., Ruth Rauch, CAHS, Business Management
- Extreme Machining, Ryan Ishler, WBHS, Precision Machining
- Sheetz Inc., Sara Baker, MVHS, Diversified Occupations
- Mountain Top Fire Department, Tyler Thomas, WBHS, Diversified Occupations
- PennDOT, Zachery Hensal, MVHS, Automotive Technology
- Wagner Trucking, Zachery Reams, MVHS, Diesel Technology
In addition to celebrating employer partners, the CCCTC recognizes outstanding co-op students by awarding them a $25 gift check.
Emily Kizina of Philipsburg-Osceola Area School District was awarded “Outstanding Diversified Occupations” student of the year. She is employed at Pizza Hut of Philipsburg.
Kizina’s future plans include attending Duquesne University for early childhood education.
Devon Dixon of Clearfield Area School District was awarded the “Outstanding Capstone” student of the year. He is employed at RevHoopes Trucking in Woodland. He plans to continue his employment.
All monies for these awards are provided through contributions from co-op employers, as well as other local businesses.
This year the CCCTC would like to thank The Atherton Hotel of State College for contributions for the awards.