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CPTC Foundation ensures the opportunity for the education of tomorrow’s workforce.
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Will a technical college save your life?
When you go to the doctor or hospital, you depend on a technical college graduate to complete bloodwork, analyze tissue samples, support surgeons and pharmacists, and provide nursing care, as well as many other health care services.
When you fly on an airplane, you depend upon the flight crew and maintenance team, many who are technical college graduates, to ensure your plane arrives safely at your destination.
When you have your automobile repaired, you depend upon the technician to properly repair your vehicle, thus eliminating any dangers from failed parts or repairs.
These are just three examples of how the variety of study areas at Clover Park Technical College (CPTC) train students to save lives on a daily basis.
Scholarships from the Clover Park Technical College Foundation provide financial assistance for educational expenses, including: tuition, books, and/or program supplies. Each quarter the Foundation awards 20–50 scholarships, depending upon available funding. $97,000 was awarded to 167 recipients during 2015.
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Recent Foundation Success Stories
By Lara Cooper RN, MSN-Ed CPTC Nursing Instructor Physical assessment skills are amongst the first skills taught in any nursing program. Keen observation skills are essential for learning physical assessment, yet these skills are difficult to teach even in the...read more
Shari (Name Change) is a first-generation female college student. She shares “it is important to me to set an example of success in higher education for my seven younger siblings.” Shari was “a child from a low-income family.” She wanted to break the stereotypes for...read more