Lancaster County Career & Technology Center is at the forefront of “college and career readiness.” With over 50 programs representing high-priority occupations throughout Lancaster County, CTC fulfills the need for workers in high-skill, high-wage, high-demand areas. Why choose LCCTC? »
In addition to more than 40 full-time certificate and/or short-term programs, LCCTC offers Specialized Associate Degree Programs. We’ll help you get where you want to go!
Offering over 50 career programs, LCCTC continues to meet the needs of business and industry. We have over 100 articulation agreements with institutions of higher learning for the students pursuing post-secondary education.
After enjoying a fabulous meal in the Infusions Restaurant, finish it off with a tasty treat prepared by the students in our Mount Joy Campus' Baking & Pastry program. We also provide take-out service. Contact us if you are in need of a cake or pastries for a special occasion. Learn more
The Infusions Restaurant, located in the Mount Joy Campus, is open to the public on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays each week.*(See Restaurant Policies for more information) Come in and enjoy one of our outstanding student-prepared meals. *Please note: INFUSIONS restaurant is closed when the LCCTC is closed or has a two hour delay due to weather. Check our home page or WGAL if you are unsure of delay or closure.* Learn more
Lancaster County Career & Technology Center has announced its Honor Roll for the second marking period of the 2014-15 school year. Below are links to those lists, which include each student’s name, sending school and CTC program. Students are sorted alphabetically by sending school. . . . More »
On Monday, January 19th, 2015, students from LCCTC traveled to Cumberland-Perry Area Vocational Technical School to participate in SkillsUSA competition for District 5. Three students from the Mount Joy campus placed. They were as follows: Daniel Stewart (Pequea Valley), Welding . . . More »
Congratulations to Brock Rutt, The Mid-Atlantic BX Craftsman of the Future Winner in Electrical. Brock comes to LCCTC from Cocalico School District and is enrolled in the Electrical Construction Program at the Brownstown Campus. He is currently employed at Meadow Valley . . . More »
The Lancaster County Career & Technology Center’s Electro-Mechanical Engineering program held its First Annual Robotics competition on Tuesday, January 13, 2015. Students in Mr. Christopher Smith’s classroom formed three teams to compete for time in the competition. Each team constructed . . . More »
The Lancaster County Career & Technology Center’s HOSA Chapter is preparing for the 2015 PENN HOSA Leadership Conference. During the conference our students will have the opportunity for participation in and recognition of leadership and skill development through competitive learning activities. The . . . More »
Students at the Lancaster County Career & Technology Center have many opportunities throughout the year to learn outside of the classroom through co-op, shadowing, and class visits to local businesses in our community. Here are just a few examples of . . . More »
Best wishes for this Holiday Season, and a Happy New Year! Congratulations to Lancaster County Career & Technology Center’s Holiday Card Contest winner, Noel Centeno. Noel’s design was chosen to be the cover of LCCTC’s holiday card for 2014. Noel is . . . More »