PHOTO: CCCTC Students Get “Real World” Work Experience

(Provided photo)

(Provided photo)

The Electronics Technology and Electrical Occupations programs at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center were given the opportunity for a “real world” work experience when they networked the Clearfield Alliance Christian School’s computer lab this winter.

Students had practical experience installing raceways, pulling cable, connectorizing cables, and mounting shelving and network equipment.  They also learned the proper usage of network testing equipment.  The students installed cabling for 17 computers and a printer.

Pictured are Fred McGarry (top) of the Curwensville Area School District and Steven Kumm of the Clearfield Alliance Christian School (bottom).

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