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Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC) announced today Ratcliff Construction will serve as the general contractor for its new campus to be located downtown in Alexandria.

Students to sign letter of intent to work for local manufacturers while in school The Natchitoches Campus of Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC) and Northwe...

The Natchitoches Campus of Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC) will begin offering a Patient Care Technician (PCT) program effective August 20 when classes start for the 2018 fall semester.

New hours to begin June 4 and end Aug. 10

The ceremony will be at the Pentecostals of Alexandria, 2817 Rapides Avenue, Alexandria, La., and it will begin at 2 p.m.  Degrees and diplomas will be conferred to more than 200 students from all nine campuses who completed their studies in December 2017 and May 2018.

The classes help individuals prepare for and take the new high school equivalency test (HiSET) and receive a high school equivalency diploma.  The HiSET replaced the GED test in 2014.

CLTCC’s nursing faculty and staff are hosting the event to help prepare their seniors for the workforce.  More than 100 Practical Nursing students will be in attendance, along with approximately 40 employers and agencies from the health care industry.

Business Instructors Kacey Rogers and Marné Deranger created the CLTCC Business Boutique to help students dress for success when going to job interviews and transitioning to the workforce.

In her new role, Howard will manage day-to-day campus operations, build relationships with business and industry, and serve as a resource for students and the community during evening and weekend activities.  Howard assumed her new duties in late January.

Train to become a Certified Nurse Aide, Emergency Medical Technician or a Commercial Truck Driver

Bradford will manage day-to-day campus operations, lead the relocation of current operations to the new downtown campus, and serve as a resource for students and the community during evening and weekend activities.  Bradford assumed his new position Feb. 5.

The colleges and universities are seeking talented instructors who are committed to providing students with the best learning experience possible.  Positions are needed for various types of classes – face-to-face, compressed video, online and hybrid.

Brian Caubarreaux & Associates, a law firm owned by Attorney Brian Caubarreaux, established the Do It Right Scholarship at CLTCC in March 2015.  To date, multiple students attending CLTCC have been awarded full-ride scholarships to cover their total program costs (tuition, fees, and books), and multiple students have earned their credential with the help of this scholarship.  The selected applicant(s) can attend any CLTCC campus.

Programmatic accreditation is an independent third-party review of an educational program.  The process validates that established standards of excellence for HVACR are met.  Meeting these standards ensures that our future workforce receives the training required to succeed in the HVACR industry.

Passing the HiSET proves that students have the same academic knowledge, proficiency, and career-readiness skills as traditional high school graduates.  The Natchitoches Campus offers free HiSET preparation classes through WorkReady U, the adult education and career readiness program for adult learners.  WorkReady U allows students to simultaneously obtain a high school equivalency diploma, postsecondary credential, and training to earn a high-wage, high-demand career.

CMT, LCTCS and Louisiana Calling shine a light on educational opportunities with free concerts throughout state

The Rapides Foundation awarded $2 million to the Louisiana Community & Technical College System (LCTCS) for use by CLTCC, and the State of Louisiana matched the Foundation’s funding with $2 million.

The FAFSA workshops and campus tours start Monday, Nov. 13, and they end Friday, Dec. 1 .  These events are open to the public and there is no cost to attend.

State Sen. Gerald Long (R-Winnfield) and Rep. Kenny Cox (D-Mansfield) visited the Natchitoches Campus of Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC) today to announce the design and installation of a new roof for the campus.  They also announced an investment of $350,000 in the Manufacturing and Welding programs in Natchitoches.

Sabine Valley Campus is offering an electrician technology training program.

This summer Rayneisha Harris completed the 1500 hours needed to take the written and practical exam in Baton Rouge to earn her cosmetology license.

The reassignment of the Natchitoches and Sabine Valley (Many) campuses of Northwest Louisiana Technical College (NWLTC) to CLTCC will be official July 1, which is the start of the college’s new fiscal year.

Campuses will be closed Monday, July 3 and Tuesday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day.