Students in Auto Body Repair expanded their repertoire to benefit the Boscov’s Berks Jazz Fest. They repaired and painted a well-used electric guitar and gave it a new, shiny, second life. Read the story here.
From Wreck to Rock, Junk to Jazz
Ms. Desiree Albarran has been hired as administrative assistant to the CTE director of programs. If you call or stop by the main office, you may find her keeping very busy at the front desk. Please congratulate her on her new position and welcome her to the RMCTC staff.
New Faculty Member
Thanks for the Opportunity!
Lots of urban schools are not associated with CTCs. As a result, many school students can’t choose the career and technical education option, which provides project-based learning, skills acquisition, and career-related experience.
While we’re feeling thankful for family and friends, our great country, and food on the table, let’s also give thanks for the wonderful opportunity we have to be a part of RMCTC, where we build strong foundations for brighter futures and more successful lives.
Student records online via RMCTC Parent Portal
Test scores, progress reports, grades, attendance data and more are available to parents through the RMCTC Parent Portal. Check out the step-by-step instructions on how to access and use the portal. Go to the Parent Portal webpage to get started.
New program in 2019! Can you guess what it will be?
Do you want to be ready for an exciting career in the expanding healthcare field? Get a great start in one of RMCTC’s five Health Sciences programs, including Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, brand-new for 2019.
Healthcare careers are booming!
As the “Baby Boom” generation matures, the demand for health care climbs. Be ready to join this growing industry by choosing one of the dynamic programs in the Health Sciences cluster.
RMCTC has a career for you.
Construction…manufacturing…health science…personal services…and more!
Explore different career fields and find a program that fits your style and goals.
RMCTC's Technical Academy
Get a head start on college while still in high school.
High-level skills + college credits = Technical Academy awesomeness!