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CCCTC Recognizes Nontraditional Completers
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Friday, April 27, 2018
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On Friday, April 27, 2018, Choctaw County Career and Technology Center recognized the students that are nontraditional completers for 2017-2018.

T-shirts, designed to represent nontraditional students in each vocational program, were presented to each of these students. Nontraditional students are those students who are enrolled in a career preparation program in which his/her gender comprises less than 25% of the workforce in the program in which they are completing. A student is considered a completer after he/she has completed 2 years in the same program.

CCCTC would like to congratulate these students and thank them for their hard work and dedication in their program of study.

A very special Thank You to Southern Belle for designing and printing the t-shirts!

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