Part 2: Sprowls Insurance Group, a TCP business sponsor in Fayette County, presented the insurance responsibilities, how an auto insurance policy works, the difference between liability and physical insurance, uninsured and underinsured, and provided insurance quotes for the cars that students researched.
Above Left: Mascaro Construction Company hosted students from Parkway West CTC on a tour of their headquarters earlier this month. One student who participated in this tour, Cody Gallagher, was hired by Mascaro!
Above Right: An official Career Signing Day was held with Mayor Peduto , Rich Fitzgerald (elected official) and educators from all Allegheny County CTCs at the Energy Innovation Center in Pittsburgh. Cody will be working at Mascaro Construction and participating in the Apprenticeship Program through the Carpenters Training Program.
Somerset Trust Company presented to students at
North Star High School to teach them valuable information about personal finance!
PA Workforce Development Association
TCP attended the PA Workforce Development Association’s 35th Annual Conference. A current TCP business sponsor and Ford Business Machines, received the Governor’s Employer Award for Western PA. Board Member, Johnathan Garlow, President at Ford Business Machines, was also in attendance. Congratulations on this deserved recognition!
Greater Latrobe High School, 10th and 11th graders interested in pursuing a career in Engineering visited Seward Generation Plant in New Florence, PA .
Students received a detailed overview and tour of the Seward Generation Plant which is operated by nrg Energy Services and owned by Robindale Energy. Robindale Energy sponsors TCP at Greater Latrobe HS and United HS.
Northern Westmoreland CTC
Presbyterian Senior Center
Quality Life Services Three Rivers Hospice
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These opportunities and awards improve motivation and life around the school. Everyone tried harder than I have seen in awhile, and being chosen from a group of amazing students is an amazing experience. I would like to thank you again and hope that you may continue this program.
My journey to a Challenge Program award was pretty rocky. In fact, two years ago I would have been surprised if I had ten hours of community service…this year alone I had over 200!
School has always been a struggle for me and I felt very happy to have all of the work I’ve put so much effort into recognized at graduation.
I know that everyone at my school strives to work harder because of The Challenge Program, Inc., and it’s nice to know people care enough to try to improve their grades/morale.
Thank you so much for coming to my school, putting on inspirational assemblies, and awarding students.
It is because of groups and individuals like you that our graduating seniors are able to pursue their dreams. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
Thank you for the award and the acknowledgement of my son’s hard work. We appreciate it and I believe this will motivate him in the future.