Patrick & Henry Community College hosted the 10th annual National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) National CTE Letter of Intent signing day on Thursday, April 20.
Nineteen students from Henry County Public Schools and Martinsville City Public Schools signed letters of intent at P&HCC’s MET Complex on Thursday morning. These students will go on to pursue additional training and careers in the fields of CADD, Industrial Electronics Technology, Motorsports Technology, Power Line Service, Residential/Commercial/Industrial Electricity, and Welding.
Twelve students from Patrick County Public Schools signed letters of intent at P&HCC’s Patrick County site. These students will go on to pursue additional training and careers in the fields of Industrial Electronics Technology and Welding.
Prior to signing their letters of intent, students heard words of motivation and encouragement from Brandon Johnson, HCPS coach and assistant principal (MET location) and Sean Adkins, Patrick County director of economic development (PC site). NC3 representative Jeramiah Pauly and P&HCC president Dr. Greg Hodges congratulated students on their commitment to the future.
Regional employers were available at both events to discuss career opportunities with their companies.