|(l-r) Lebanon HS students Lucia Barbosa, Bailey King & |
Colton Fuesler, & Colin Danler, Corvallis HS sign their letters.
LBCC was one of 40 colleges across the nation to participate in the National CTE Letter of Intent Signing Day, held to showcase young people who are committed to technical and industrial careers.
The high school seniors signed letters for their program of choice, which guarantees them a seat in the program for next fall.
LBCC’s CTE programs include automotive, heavy equipment, advanced manufacturing, computer aided design and drafting, machine tool, welding, waste water technology, dental assisting, medical assisting, occupational therapy assistant, profitable small farms and business management.
Around 200 people attended the event, including industry representatives from both local and national businesses.
The event is sponsored by the National Coalition of Certification of Centers and Pipeline to Jobs project, a partnership between local industries, Linn County, the City of Albany, Albany Chamber of Commerce, LBCC, Samaritan Health Services and Greater Albany Public Schools.
|Area high school students, industry representatives & LBCC faculty & |
staff members attend CTE Signing Day in the college Forum.