Media Mentions: LCTI alumni featured on Morning Call front page

Lehigh Career & Technical Institute, its students and staff have been mentioned in the media for a variety of reasons in recent months.

The Morning Call published an article about B. Braun’s apprenticeship program that highlights the success of LCTI Precision Machine Tool Technology alumnus Nathan Snyder. Snyder, along with current and past LCTI students, are featured in a front-page photo.

The LCTI alumni and students shown in the photo include Yamil Negron, Alejandro Ramos, Jacob Baia, Brent Novitsky and Nathan Snyder. 

B. Braun trains its next leaders through apprenticeship program

Supply Chain Dive, a Web-based trade publication, interviewed Director of Postsecondary & Workforce Education Jan Brna and Supply Chain Management & Logistics Technology instructor Vicki Phillips for an in-depth piece that explains how the Lehigh Valley became an East Coast logistics hub.

How to become the next big logistics hub

Jody-Ann Young, the LCTI alumna featured in a CBS Sunday Morning report last month, was honored by the Allentown School Board for shining a positive light on the school district…and that led to a Web post on wfmz.com.

Allentown School District puts TV plumber in its own spotlight

The CBS Sunday Morning report also led Tony Iannelli to shout-out LCTI and the value of skilled construction workers in his Morning Call column.

Talking Business with Tony Iannelli: Don’t be afraid to get a job that uses your hands

Thanks to Career & Technical Education Director Kurt Adam’s diligence, LCTI participated in the Great NorthEast ShakeOut, which led to a brief mention in the Standard-Speaker.

Weatherly Area will prepare with others in earthquake drills

And, in case you missed it in September, LCTI CDL instructor Mark Hanlon hit the road with Morning Call columnist Tom Shortell to discuss what it takes to be a big-rig driver.

Road Warrior: Lessons from truck school

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