Submitted by Northern Tier Industry & Education Consortium With the school year over (crazy as that sounds), consider spending time with us exploring careers in three different industries. NTIEC is hosting three summer career experience programs this summer. There is something for everyone. Healthcare Career Summer Experience – join usContinue Reading

Sen. Lisa Baker (above, second from right) and Congressman Dan Meuser (center) with SCCTC welding instructors and (below) at SCCTC’s CDL Training Center. Edited from Submitted Materials Congressman Dan Meuser and Sen. Lisa Baker recently met at the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center in Dimock to learn more aboutContinue Reading

Wilkes-Barre Area Career & Technology Center students recently received work boots from Coterra Energy and T-Shirts from the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum & Natural Gas, which has begun teaching an Introduction to Natural Gas class in Wilkes-Barre. Taking a break from their studies are (seated, from left) instructor HayleyContinue Reading

New Healthcare Technology student Desirae Ridall (top, second from right) was among many high school sophomores recently welcomed to Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center by paraprofessional Tasha Davis (left) and new instructors Jane Osborn and Ashlynn Jennings. Above, SCCTC Building Property Maintenance instructor Steve Reinhart (left) and job siteContinue Reading

Trying out the driving range at SCCTC’s new CDL school for the first time on June 26 were (top, from left) students Russell Cordner, Herman Nissley, Evan Turner, and Jay Dennison, instructor Brian Eso, students Charles Bray, Julian Kupst, Mark Broderick, Fredrick Shiptoski, and Joshua Korty, and instructor Dale Fisher.Continue Reading

Deputy Director, Melissa Fleming (above, second from left) had the opportunity to tour the Northern Tier Career Center (NTCC) in Towanda on Thursday with PA Department of Labor and Industry Deputy Secretary for Workforce Development, Eileen Cipriani (third from right) and other local representatives. Deputy Secretary Cipriani was very impressed withContinue Reading