Osceola Students Graduate From The Academy Of Construction Technologies Program
Students Graduate From The Academy Of Construction Technologies Program
Posted on 05/29/2018
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Nineteen students from Osceola Technical College, Poinciana High School, and St. Cloud High School in Osceola County have graduated this year from the Academy of Construction Technologies (ACT) program, which is done in partnership with Central Florida construction industry contractors and trade associations:

Osceola Technical College:

·         Timithe Chace –HVAC

·         Jayden Johnson – Electricity

·         Samuel Ramirez – Electricity

·         Junior Tapia-Mata – HVAC

·         Abdel Taboada – Electricity

Poinciana High School:

·         Assyria Alvarado – Building Construction

·         Jacob Bazilme – Building Construction

·         Christopher Benjamin – Building Construction

·         Jamal Calmont – Building Construction

·         Elijah Crawford – Building Construction

·         Nathan Harris – Building Construction

·         Hunter McCarthy – Building Construction

·         Andres Ramos – Building Construction

·         Enmanuel Rodriguez – Building Construction

·         Matthew Saez – Building Construction

·         Dillayn Spencer – Building Construction

·         David Urban – Building Construction

St. Cloud High School:

·         Noah VanDyke – Building Construction

·         Cidney Young - Building Construction  

ACT works closely with the Osceola School District to promote constructions as a career, but also to furnish students with the opportunity to develop lifelong rewarding skills.  Students are trained in their junior and senior years within their chosen trades of Carpentry; Electrical; Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC); Masonry; and Plumbing/Pipe fitting. Paid On-the-Job-Training (OJT) full-time employment begins during the summer between their junior and senior year. When students return for their senior year, part-time employment may be available. After graduation, the students will continue into the second year of the adult apprenticeship program while working full-time for their sponsoring employer. The employer will continue sponsoring the student’s tuition through the program as long as the student continues to work for the employer. 

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