CV-TEC 2016 Holiday Rundown
SkillsUSA Sponsored Food Drive – 11/14 – 12/05
CV-TEC students and faculty generously donated over 1200 non-perishable items to our local JCEO food pantry this season, with our Medical Office Assisting program leading the way with over 400 items. This project has been a tradition at CV-TEC for over 15 years, and each year we look forward to playing a part in making it possible for the Food Bank to provide food and grocery products to hungry and disadvantaged people in our community.
SkillsUSA Sponsored Adopt-an-Angel Project – 12/05 – 12/16
In support of our local Christmas Bureau, the CV-TEC Chapter of SkillsUSA in conjunction with our students and faculty generously donated over seventy-five gifts to help families in need this holiday season.
Island of Misfit Projects – 12/15 – 12/16
The students of Graphic Design held their annual fundraiser, Island of Misfit Projects, selling assorted notepads, notebooks, and other design projects that the class had made over the last few months. There was also opportunity to commission the students of Graphic Design for custom notepads, business cards, and other paper products.
The Polar Express Arrived – 12-16
Students in Early Childhood Education prepared a festival train display that the children attending the pre-school program brought around the halls of CV-TEC. They dressed in their pajamas as the children did in the storybook and sang Christmas carols to the teachers and students at the campus.
Gingerbread/Yule Log Project – 12/19 – 12/21
The Culinary Arts Management students were challenged to work as a team to creatively construct a gingerbread house or yule log. Each team was graded on their construction, creativity, use of materials and teamwork. We don’t want to sugar coat it, but the projects came out great. Yule be impressed with the photos!