Career Camp 2019

Attention current 8th-graders! Sign up now for 5 days of free fun at RMCTC Career Camp. Choose morning or afternoon sessions June 10 through June 14. Explore 5 careers in 5 days! Make and take home fun projects. Learn to work with tools and equipment used by major construction and manufacturing companies.

Career Camp photo collage

This activity is open to current Muhlenberg and Reading school district 8th-graders who will be advancing to 9th grade in the fall. Camp will be held at RMCTC. Campers will receive lunch and transportation from central locations. There is no cost for qualified students, but space is very limited, so apply now! Registration deadline is May 24, 2019.

8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

There is no cost to qualified students. This camp is funded by the Berks County Workforce Development Board and Reading Muhlenberg Career & Technology Center.

To Apply:

Complete the registration form and health/medication form and return them to:

Attention: Student Services Office
2615 Warren Road
Reading, PA 19604

or give the forms to your 8th-grade school counselor.

Registration Deadline: May 25, 2018

View or download the Career Camp flyer.

Big Winners at State Competition

RMCTC students won medals and scholarships at the PA FCCLA State Leadership Conference, March 20–22. Students from four programs earned medals and scholarships to the Culinary Institute of New York, Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Johnson & Wales University, and Sullivan University.

Culinary Arts, Gold: Fernando Gonzalez, John Weik, Leonel Mendez Castaneda; Silver: Jackson Fabre, Grace Ellen Hernandez, Christian Martinez, Aidan Campbell, Xavier Everingham, Debra Fuller, Griselda Nieto, Derrick DeJesus, Tyler Setley.

Baking and Pastry Arts, Gold: Katie Ayala; Silver: Tyanna Rivera, Lizbeth Cintron, Michelle Fuentes; Bronze: Kelvin Garcia.

Sewing and Clothing Manufacturing, Gold: Truc Phuong Ha; Silver: Jyara Wood, Sandra Castaneda.

Early Childhood Education, Silver: Jonny Divison, Cynthia Esquivel, Johanna Salinas, Annaly Velez, Amelia Moore; Bronze: Brianna Salinas.

Salad Innovations

Culinary Arts students prepared quinoa chicken salads as part of an FCCLA Food Innovations competition. The project involved completing an “Indulgent Salad Dish” and surveying consumers for their feedback on ways to improve the salad. Students will then take the suggestions, remake the salads the following week and re-survey consumers on the results.

Culinary Arts students prepare salads as part of an FCCLA competition.
From left: Xavier Everingham, Aidan Campbell, and Fernando Gonzalez prepare quinoa salads
with teriyaki chicken as part of a Food Innovations competition.

From Wreck to Rock, Junk to Jazz

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.

Auto Body Repair students and the guitar they refurbished
Joshua Gonzalez, Yashika DeGeorge, and Robert Hamaker participated in a project 
to refurbish an old guitar for use as a decoration at the Boscov’s Berks Jazz Fest.

New Faculty Member

Mr. Jonathan Gehring has joined the faculty as the instructor in the Automotive Technology program. Please extend to him a warm RMCTC welcome!

AutoTech instructor Mr. Gehring

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.

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Get a head start on college while still in high school.
High-level skills + college credits = Technical Academy awesomeness!

It is the policy of RMCTC not to discriminate on the basis of gender, disability, race, color, and national origin
in its educational and vocational programs, activities, or employment as required by Title IX, Section 504 and Title VI.
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