Clover Park Technical College's South Hill campus continues the tradition of sustainability on campus by finding new uses for the college's older computers.
Students from Clover Park Technical College's Esthetic Sciences program helped bring out the natural beauty of community members at their free spa and make-up event.
It takes the support of many people to ensure student success. That's why the February 2014 Unsung Hero Award goes to every member of our campus community!
CPVTI alum Harold Feaster is taught how to drive the Model-T he donated to CPTC 15 years ago, now completely refurbished and running like new.
CPTC's Manufacturing Technologies students learn to use conventional machine tools, computerized machining systems and produce precision machine parts.
Area high school students rolled up their sleeves and got to work at the 2014 SkillsUSA Regional Automotive Competition hosted by Clover Park Technical College.
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