Career Technical Education Showcase

Clackamas Community College opens doors to more than 90 degree and certificate programs. If you want to step out of the traditional classroom and into a hands-on workspace and earn a certificate or a degree that gets you job-ready in two years or less, Clackamas Community College is the right choice.

Students, their families and community members are invited to learn more about some of our career technical programs. At CCC, you can learn all the skills you need to make a big impact in a career that's engaging and continually evolving.


  • Apr 11

    Career Technical Education Showcase

    Tuesday, April 11, 4-7 p.m., Holden Industrial Technology Center

Programs featured include:

  • Apprenticeship
  • Auto body/collision repair and refinishing technology
  • Automotive service technology
  • Business
  • Computer science
  • Electronics engineering technology
  • Health sciences
  • Horticulture
  • Industrial maintenance technology
  • Machine tool technology/Computer-aided manufacturing
  • Renewable energy technology
  • Water and environmental technology
  • Welding
  • Wildland fire

Instructors will be on hand to talk with you about their programs. Tour the buildings, shops, and labs and meet with employers. Learn how to pay for college, including free money like scholarships and grants.

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Free tuition waivers!

Participants at this event may receive one of 50 FREE tuition waivers good for up to four credits at CCC — a value of $468.

Need help paying for college?

Each year, the CCC Foundation raises funds to provide scholarships to new and returning students. Students planning to attend CCC to pursue a degree or certificate can apply through April 13. Last year one in three applicants received a scholarship, and the average award covers nearly half of CCC's annual full-time tuition.

One application qualifies you for hundreds of scholarships, and you don't need to have a perfect GPA to qualify. Some of the scholarships options are:

  • First in family to attend college
  • Members of military families
  • Single parents
  • Transfer students
  • Career technical education students
  • Training for specific careers
  • Financial need
  • Students formerly attended a district high school

NOTE: You need a CCC email address to apply for scholarships, so be sure to complete your CCC application before you start the scholarship application process.

For more information about scholarships, help with applying and the application, visit our Financial Aid and Scholarships webpage.

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