Appreciation for Generosity

Practical Nursing student Leandra Harrell will graduate with the Class of 2021. She expresses her appreciation to the Burkhart Family Foundation support. “Receiving the Burkhart Family Foundation Scholarship has been a most wonderful opportunity. I am so grateful to have been chosen as a recipient of this scholarship. Growing up in a less privileged community […]

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Class of 2022 Dental Assisting Student Alyssia Hardy

Becoming a Dental Assistant was a dream of Alyssia’s after she attended FCTC’s Showcase while a student at Crescent City High School. Life took her in a different path by going into the workforce directly after graduating. When COVID hit, Alyssia lost her job so she was able to take advantage of the time to […]

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Class of 2022 Jesus Carrasco and Jadain Gayle

Special thanks to Ancient City Auto Club for their generous contribution to the Education Foundation supporting FCTC’s automotive and diesel students. Club member Bill Soman presented scholarships to Class of 2022 Jesus Carrasco and Jadain Gayle who are pursuing careers in the transportation industry. Since 2009, Ancient City Auto Club has helped 24 students with […]

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Horatio Alger Recipient Making a Difference

Checking in with alumni Rodshelle Lyons, Practical Nursing Class of 2017. ” I graduated from Practical Nursing in 2017. Entering this program was the best decision I ever made. It was very challenging and I had a lot of obstacles throughout my course, but I never missed a day. I’m very appreciative of the Horatio […]

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Burkhart Family Foundation announces scholarship recipient

Congratulations to Talisha Johnson, Practical Nursing student who is a scholarship recipient from the Burkhart Family Foundation. Bill Burkhart and Don Laye presented Talisha’s award letter recognizing her pursuit of a career in technical education. The Burkhart Family Foundation believes skilled workers are the cornerstone of America and trade schools provide certifications that can immediately […]

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