Lehigh Career & Technical Institute has been mentioned in the media for a variety of reasons in recent months.
LCTI secured a $10,000 grant that will benefit the school’s annual summer camp and The Express-Times/lehighvalleylive.com published a web post about it.
Dylan Gino, a Catasauqua High School student in LCTI’s Marketing & Business Education program, nabbed a headline in the Catasauqua Press after being elected to Pennsylvania DECA’s 2017-18 Executive Council.
In a Lehigh Valley Business profile of the Parkland School District, Superintendent Richard Sniscak mentions the district’s partnership with LCTI and how it benefits their students.
LCTI hosted the annual SkillsUSA Council Culinary Challenge, which drew coverage from WFMZ-TV 69 News. Culinary Arts student Alexis Moser chatted with reporter Jamie Stover about participating in the competition.
Jerdon Construction Services ranked No. 1 among small employers in The Morning Call’s 2017 Top Workplaces survey. The company’s owner, Ron Jerdon, serves on the Occupational Advisory Council for LCTI’s Carpentry program.
A WFMZ-TV 69 News report about the What’s So Cool About Manufacturing? Video Contest didn’t mention LCTI, but it did feature a great shot of awards our Precision Machine Tool Technology instructor and his students made for the event.