Fayette County Vo-tech

Fayette County Career and Technical Institute

175 Georges Fairchance Rd Uniontown, PA 15401

Schools
Phone: (724) 437-2721
Fax: (724) 437-2576
Enrollment 2015: 583
Joint Operating Committee

Andy Dorsey, Richard Gates, Ron Dellarose
from Brownsville Area School District

Susan Clay, Bill Collier, Dorothy Grahek
from Uniontown Area School District

Tom DeGusipe, Michael Dunham, Edward Colebank
from Albert Gallatin Area School District

Ira Chrise, Beverly Beal, Melvyn Sepic
from Laurel Highlands School District


Meetings

Work sessions are held at 5:30 p.m. and voting sessions are held at 6 p.m. the fourth Monday of the month at the school.

Executive

Dr. Edward Jeffreys

Solicitor

Gary Frankhouser, Davis and Davis Attorneys at Law, 724-437-2799, Uniontown

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Seniors at the Fayette County Career & Technical Institute in Georges Township recently took part in the National Occupational Competency Testing Institute (NOCTI) exam to assess their technical knowledge and skills in their trade areas. Students achieving advanced level in both the written and performance sections of the test will receive the Pennsylvania State Skills Certificate. Students in the Culinary Program display their final dishes of Sauteed Chicken with Fine Herb Sauce, Ri…

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The Fayette County CTI Student Council participated in Read Across America by reading to classes at Marshall Elementary School in North Union Township, part of the Laurel Highlands School District, and Ben Franklin School in Uniontown, part of the Uniontown Area School District. Representing the CTI were Daniel Shroyer, Aubreonne Nieman, Savannah Newcomer, Derek Snyder, Brittany Tuttle, Zoe Kenner, Amber Berdar, Tina Rivero, Klinton Washington, Greg McCoy, Jared Rebick, learning facilita…

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The Fayette County Career and Technical Institute in Georges Township recently participated in the Student Career Day at the 57th annual World of Wheels Car Show in Pittsburgh. FCCTI was awarded second place for their entry in the Pedal Car Challenge, sponsored by Summit Racing Equipment. Shops that participated in the design and production of the pedal car were Auto Collision and Repair, Auto Mechanics, Diesel Mechanics, Welding, Building Construction, Machine Production and Graphic Art…

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First Energy Corporation recently gave a $5,000 grant to the Electrical Construction Program at the Fayette County Career and Technical Institute in Georges Township for the purchase of climbing equipment and fall arrest protection in an effort to bring a more authentic experience in the classroom while exploring the career path of a utility lineman. Pictured at the check presentation are (from left) front row: Chad Stoneking, director of Operation Services; Sebastion Burnworth, Anthony …