CVIT hosts over 200 high school students at CVIT Day

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The third annual Cobre Valley Institute of Technology (CVIT) Day at Gila Community College (GCC) turned out to be a huge success.

High school freshman and sophomores from Superior, Miami, Globe, and Liberty high schools participated in a career training fair at Gila Community College.

Students had an opportunity to tour the Regional Training Center, home of the new state of the art welding lab and construction program. They also visited the Gila Pueblo Campus to learn about Fire Science, Medical Assistant, Nursing Assistant, Graphic Design, and Cosmetology programs. Life demonstrations were followed by a BBQ lunch.

The event was hosted by over 100 CVIT Central Program students. Special gratitude goes to the Globe Fire Department and Pinal Mountain Foundation for Higher Education for taking time to participate in CVIT Day at GCC. Thank you for making a difference in the lives of the youth in our community!

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