There is a lot happening at Tech! Check out the images below of classroom activities, our CTE shops, school events and much more. Images are added often so check back frequently.
Construction Innovations students toured @clayco_inc's Centene project in Clayton this week and heard guest speakers from Weaver Steel, Drilling Service Company, Clayco, Concrete Strategies and Paynecrest Electric. These real world experiences help our students pick their construction pathway - they hear directly from the pros what it takes to be successful in their fields. #ThisIsTech#realworldskills#construction
Hair, make-up, nails, and skincare - are you watching YouTube tutorials on these topics? Or making your own? Then our Cosmetology major is for you! Our students learn in a full service salon along with classroom instruction from licensed cosmetologists and can earn the hours required to take their Missouri State Board certification exam to become a licensed cosmetologist right after graduation. Applications being accepted now! #ThisIsTech#hairstylist#hairstyles#hairtutorial#makeuptutorial#makeupartist#makeup
Motivational Monday! Let's make it a great week! #ThisIsTech
Our Construction Innovations students enjoyed visiting a Tarlton Corporation job site Tuesday where they met with HR personnel, the site project manager, and reps from BJC HealthCare, Sheet Metal Workers' Local 36, and Laborers Local 110 Along with other real world experiences, students also spent time at several interactive stations in Tarlton's community outreach center on the site. Thank you to our partners who helped make this visit so engaging! @tarltonbuilders@bjc_healthcare@liuna110#ThisIsTech#CTE
Build a skill set in Carpentry! Learn framing, estimating, interior finishing, blueprint reading, and project management while meeting with our wonderful industry partners and college reps about your future in construction. #ThisIsTech#CTE#carpentry#construction
Malik Morris, a 2018 graduate of North Tech’s Electrical Trades program, is choosing to use his volunteer hours giving back to his alma mater. http://bit.ly/2MmaQfM
Congratulations to Ms. Dent and the Production & Printing Program for winning a $5,000 #Toolbox4Education grant from Lowe's Home Improvement. Ms. Dent will use these funds for a variety of classroom updates. Thank you Lowe's! #ThisIsTech#CTE
Our Construction Innovations students rotate through several courses in their first year, including a class focused on equipment operation. Safely operating a Bobcat Company 743 and a John Deere 2310 front loader/backhoe is just one of the many real world skills our students learn at Tech! We are accepting applications for January starts in Construction and have many industry partners interested in hiring our graduates. Apply now! #ThisIsTech#CTE#Construction#johndeere#bobcat@bobcatcompany#constructionequipment
Fashion Design student have adorned our halls with their creations! To begin working with dress forms, they created these gorgeous designs using duct tape. What's your favorite? #ThisIsTech#CTE#fashion#fashiondesigner
Our Auto Tech labs are real-world shops where students diagnose, service, and repair a wide range of vehicles alongside their Master Technician instructor while earning their own ASE certifications and college credit. #ThisIsTech#CTE#cars#auto#autotech#mechanic
Our welding shop has just been completely updated, but here's what welding training looked like when the school opened in1969. #ThisIsTech#TBT#CTE#welding
Do you LOVE cars? Join our Auto Collision Repair major and learn how to assess, estimate, and repair vehicles and earn your I-CAR certifications before you graduate! #ThisIsTech#CTE#cars#icar
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