CMTHS would like to thank our Community Partners for all that they have done, and continue to do, to support our CMTHS Community. Please consider patronizing these supporters.
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CMTHS Welcomes Our Newest Community Partners:
CMTHS was awarded $75,000 from the 2021-2022 Pennsylvania Supplemental Equipment Grant. This non-matching grant gives Career and Technical Centers like CMTHS the opportunity to purchase equipment for their industry programs. CMTHS will purchase a Rational Double Deck 6 Pan Full Size Natural Gas Cambi Oven with Stand for the Culinary Arts program, and a Nursing Anne Simulator full-body manikin with articulation arms and legs for the Health Care Academy programs.
The Milwaukee Tool Company donated $3,500 worth of Milwaukee new tools to the CMTHS Building Trades program. Tools such as drywall cut-out tools, drill impact combo kits, drywall screw guns, jigsaw kits, oscillating multi tool kits, 4-in-1 drills, faucets, and N95 masks. Representatives from the company also came out and demonstrated these tools and instructed the students on their proper usage and safety guidelines.
Since the beginning of this 2021-2022 school year, our Collision Repair program has received over $16,000 in tool and equipment donations from local and national vendors such as 3M, PPG, and Colours Paint Supply. The Collision industry is very supportive of our Collision program, and we look forward to their continued support.
Thank you Gogo Squeez @gogosqueez for your very generous donation to help our students and families within our local communities. We are grateful for your outreach and kindness!
Kriebel’s Custom Bakery (owned and managed by CMTHS Distinguished Alumni Colleen Kriebel) and CMTHS have joined together to help feed communities in Montgomery County. All of the items that our Baking students baked prior to this pandemic have been donated to our local food pantries, and we are continuing to help out with baking fresh bread weekly!!!
Create-a-Cook is a cooking school dedicated to teaching students how to cook through self-confidence and creativity. Chef Jarrett K. Young and Chef Maria Crann teach interactive and educational cooking classes for every skill level. We encourage students to think like a chef and discover the joy of cooking while learning basic to advanced culinary techniques.
Passionate about supporting the community
Coordinated with many of our programs with projects at the zoo that enhance student learning
Internships/shadows for program students
Hired many of our students
Promotes student success and supports our vision of 'Shaping Today's Students for Tomorrow's Careers'