Media Mentions: LCTI featured on 69 News, in Lehigh Valley Business

LCTI Pre-Engineering & Engineering Technology instructor Stephen Latanision helps Emmaus High School student Nolan Kacsur design an object using SolidWorks, a 3D design software.

LCTI Pre-Engineering & Engineering Technology instructor Stephen Latanision helps Emmaus High School student Nolan Kacsur design an object using SolidWorks, a 3D design software. This photo was published with a Lehigh Valley Business article about LCTI’s Pre-Engineering & Engineering Technology program.

Lehigh Career & Technical Institute was a media magnet in February, drawing coverage from a number Lehigh Valley outlets on a variety of topics.

As part of its Engineers Week coverage, Lehigh Valley Business profiled LCTI’s Pre-Engineering & Engineering Technology program. Instructor Stephen Latanision told reporter Brenda Lange, “This course gives high school students a chance toe explore their interests and earn real-world experience.” Read the article:

Introducing high school students to wonder of engineering

The Morning Call covered the SkillsUSA District 11 Championships on Feb. 3 and LCTI students were either interviewed or photographed for the story. Check it out:

Area students showcase their talents at annual SkillsUSA challenge

Reporter Rosa Duarte of WFMZ-TV 69 News stopped by LCTI on the Monday before Fastnacht Day to chat with Commercial Baking instructor Jan Lucas and her students about preparing the unique, Pennsylvania Dutch doughnut. Watch the video clip:

video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player

The couple who bought LCTI’s student-built house recently sat down with Lehigh Valley Press reporter Jennifer Bodisch to talk about their new home. Co-owner Andrea Stoudt told her, “Everything about this house is just amazing. My family has come to visit and they are stunned by the craftsmanship.” Read the complete report:

Owners feel at home in student-built house

LCTI’s Regina Naradko received some much deserved recognition on The Express-Times website, lehighvalleylive.com, after being named the 2016 Ralph Kidd Memorial Counselor of the Year by the Lehigh Carbon School Counselors Association. Here’s the blog post:

Education notes: LCTI’s Naradko named counselor of the year

The Morning Call also published a blurb about Jason Hoch, a student in LCTI’s Emerging Health Professionals program who recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. Check it out:

Catasauqua teen achieves Eagle Scout rank

4500
Education Park Drive

Schnecksville, PA
18078

Our mission at LCTI is to prepare all students for successful careers and lifelong learning.