Students from the Cullman Area Career Center attended the Torch Invitational Competition at Bevill State Friday, Feb. 22. They competed against students from Jefferson, Marion, Walker, and Winston counties in Automotive Technology, Drafting Design, Collision Repair, Welding, Health Occupations, and Cosmetology. CACC students took 9 of the 18 awards in these competitions! Congratulations to these students and their instructors.
Maxwell Chandler-3rd Automotive Technology, Karen Garcia-1st Cosmetology, Alex Watson-1st Drafting, Alex Hale-2nd Drafting, Taylor Tucker-3rd Drafting, Andy Aquire-1st Welding, Matt Hooper-2nd Welding, Shaton Kelley-3rd Health Occupations
In The News
- Congratulations to Nolan Dooley, Cullman Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the Year 2012!
- Watch Jon Stossel discuss Vocation School vs. Higher Education on his Fox News show.
Our students earn a high school diploma with a career/technical endorsement in one of these career clusters: Business and Marketing, Building Systems Technology, Health and Human Services, Metals Technology and Drafting/Electronics.Free transportation to and from all Cullman County High Schools is provided for all of our students. The career/technical teachers are all Business and Industry Certified.
Many of our graduates are enrolled at college while working full time in the career objective learned here at the Career Center. We like to say that our students have an advantage over the students who earn a standard diploma without a career/technical skill. The businesses and industries that hire our young people as cooperative education students or as full time employees agree.