Welcome to the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center website!

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The SCCTC "BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT INCUBATOR" is now open to meet the needs of the business community. For more information call: 570-278-9229

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Dr. Alice M. Davis

From the Executive Director

Welcome to the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center website!

The SCCTC is the main source of Career & Technical Education for all of Susquehanna County and parts of Wyoming County. We offer a number of educational opportunities to high school students and adults to enable them to become life-long learners, productive citizens, and responsible members of society.

Our Programs of Study currently include: Automotive Technology, Carpentry & Cabinetmaking, Electrical, Plumbing and Heating, Accounting, Administrative Assistant/ Secretarial Science, Cosmetology, Food Management /Production & Services, Health Care Technology, Welding Technology, Vehicle (Small Engine) Maintenance & Repair Technology, Auto body Collision & Repair Technology, Criminal Justice/ Police Science and Cooperative Education/Diversified Occupations.

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LC-SCCTC Courses.pdf
Nurse Aid Training.pdf


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Vietnam era ambulance to highlight service of women in military

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Tunkhannock Ford & Scranton Dodge Donate Vehicle

servsafe September 2019.pdf
ALTI 2block for website.pdf

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One, Two, Seven... For every 10 jobs in the United States- One requires a master's degree, two out of ten need a bachelor's degree or more, and the remaining seven require some sort of career and technical education such an associate degree, post-secondary training, certification, or credential.

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American Medical Certification Association link.
Link to ServSafe  course.