Diesel Technology senior Jack Dietrich will be joining the ranks at L. Keeley Construction next semester as he begins a paid internship to round out his training. Dietrich will be the first high school intern to work as a Service Fleet Maintenance Tech for the company.
Three North Tech graduates have been hired into the St. Louis County Police Department’s Cadet program. The program is designed to introduce young people who are interested in pursuing careers in policing to the profession while paying them to work shifts for the department.
Diesel Technology senior Matt Ledbetter is spending the last semester of this year on the job. He has been hired as a paid intern at L & C Truck Repair, a full-service truck repair company in the Overland area.
Several students from our Construction and Welding programs were invited to visit a Korte Construction job site this week. Jason Weiss, Client Services Manager for The Korte Company, gave the students a personal tour of BJC’s Alton Memorial Hospital project. The 2-story, 42,000 square foot building is an addition to Medical Building “B” on the Alton campus and construction began in April of 2017.
This week, four North Tech students began classes at St. Louis Community College Florissant Valley campus as part of the Gateway to College STEM program.
North and South Tech students who participate in the Ameren Skilled Craft Education Program recently toured the company’s downtown headquarters. The visit in one of many opportunities these students are given as they learn about exciting and rewarding careers within our local utility industry.
Congratulations to North Tech’s first class of certified Patient Care Technicians! The Health Sciences department added Patient Care Technician (PCT) curriculum to the program this year.
North Tech staff and students hosted their First Annual Contractor Appreciation Day on Saturday, May 13th at North Tech High School.
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