Problem: More than half of NWLA children start kindergarten “not school ready” meaning they lack the vocabulary and basic foundational skills they need to learn, making them remedial students on their very first day of school. And 2500 third grade students are not reading proficiently. Students who start behind, often stay behind. Goal: Step Forward’s Early
CCTC is proud to announce the addition of a Spanish Carpentry class to the list of courses offered to high school students. The class will be taught in a mixture of Spanish and English to meet the needs of each individual learner. Students will have the opportunity to earn Industry-based Certifications such as OSHA 10,
The CCTC Foundation proudly presents the 2016 scholarship recipients. This year, 42 students were selected to receive a $2,000.00 scholarship. This marks the 21st year of the CCTC Foundation. Over the past 21 years, the Foundation has awarded over $1,000,000.00 in scholarships. The CCTC Foundation also provides funds to assist students with the cost of
Caddo Career & Technology Center was awarded a $25,000 Community Service/Campus Improvement Grant from Lowe’s and SkillsUSA. Lowe’s and SkillsUSA has partnered to award grants that will help to further educate and empower young people who will become the contractors, industry leaders and community volunteers of the future. The grant will be used to place
CCTC held its annual college and career fair on February 19, 2016. Over 40 vendors participated. Representatives from local colleges, universities, trade schools, corporations, and local businesses were on hand to meet with 10th-12th grade students. Students were dressed for success and practiced their “soft” employment skills while meeting with recruiters and prospective employers.
Caddo Career & Technology Center prepares students for success in our rapidly changing world by providing quality career and technical programs empowering students to meet the demands of the world of work, pursue post-secondary education, and address life's challenges.