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The Mahoning County Career and Technical Center doesn’t let students just choose a career program — we set them on a path to become that career.

Become an artist and use the face as a blank canvas to create your masterpiece. Become a forensic scientist and use the study of biotechnology to solve criminal cases. Become a flight technician and use the laws of physics and motion in the airline industry.

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At MCCTC you’ll find a group of passionate professionals ready to help you begin your career. Since 1972, MCCTC has provided thousands of students with the education to lead a successful career and life. Once enrolled in one of our 24 programs, your options and potential are limitless.

After graduation, you’ll have a head start on other graduates as you enter the real world prepared for college, post-secondary training and a career. You can even earn college credits while attending MCCTC.

Latest MCCTC High School News

MCCTC students create playground for kids with special needs

HOWLAND, Ohio (WKBN) - Some young children in Trumbull County got a special delivery on Wednesday.

Students at the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center (MCCTC) created some 3D playground equipment for kids at Potential Development Preschool in Howland.

The high school kids visited the classroom to learn about the needs of the Children's Rehabilitation Center. They spent the last several months designing and creating the equipment.

"I did not expect us to get done with it or that it'd be this extravagant, but I'm glad we pushed forward and created something amazing for these kids to play on. Because it's amazing seeing them, and I'm sure they enjoy it a lot more than we enjoyed putting it together," said MCCTC student Macie Schrecengost.

Kids at Potential Development are all diagnosed autistic and non-verbal. The playground equipment gives them a hands-on experience and helps with sensory issues.

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