PCC Adds More Equipment at the South Central Pathways Center

21 September 2020

Pratt Community College’s South-Central Career Pathways Center (SCCPC) has added new equipment for high school students to get hands-on training. In Fall 2019 SCCPC, welcomed their first crop of area high school students from Medicine Lodge, Chaparral and Attica.

Automotive Alumni becomes a Mechanical Designer

27 February 2020

Pratt Community College automotive alumnus, Zach Schridde, is currently a mechanical designer for Kiewit Corporation in Lenexa, Kan. Kiewit Corporation is an employee-owned Fortune 500 contractor. It is one of the largest construction and engineering organizations in North America. Schridde attended PCC from 2014-2016 and during his time here he learned the skills needed that helped him obtain his current job.
 

Automotive Alumni Finds Career in Kansas City

21 February 2020

Pratt Community College Alumnus, Andy Westfall, was born and raised in Newton, Kan. Growing up, he was interested in anything that had a motor. He watched NASCAR on TV and attended as many motorsport events and car shows that he could. These automotive interests carried on into high school and his career field.

"English and writing were not my forte," said Westfall. "But, I could tear something up and put it back together."

PCC automotive provides south-central automotive training center new equipment for high school student training

31 January 2020

Pratt Community College’s South-Central Career Pathways Center (SCCPC) has added new equipment for high school students to get hands-on training. In Fall 2019, the newest addition to the PCC Automotive Program, SCCPC, welcomed their first crop of area high school students from Medicine Lodge, Chaparral and Attica. Twelve students, juniors and seniors, started the program which offered first semester courses of Brakes I and Suspension and Steering I.
 

PCC opens South-Central Career Pathways Center to benefit area high schools

21 August 2019

Enrollment is now open for students interested in taking automotive classes in the new South-Central Career Pathways Center (SCCPC) loacted in Attica, Kan.
The SCCPC facility stemmed from a need for an automotive shop for high school students to utilize in the South-Central Kansas area. The shop saves students time and resources by having a facility in their area.

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