Frequently Asked Questions about MTC's Practical Nursing Program

A great choice for anyone looking to help others by providing quality medical care, MTC's Practical Nursing program gives students a chance to learn about health, well-being and patient care in a hands-on environment. Keep reading for answers to a few commonly asked questions about nursing school requirements, our program...

Future Cybersecurity Experts Show Off Their Skills In A Unique Competition

On May 11, 2015, thirteen students representing the Applied Cybersecurity Community Technical and Adult Education (CTAE) and the eleven students representing the Information Technology program at Marion Technical Institute (MTI) participated in a competition called “Capture the Flag”. Eight, three-person teams, each having at least one representative of each school...

Another Successful March of Dimes Campaign

Community Technical & Adult Education concluded its annual March of Dimes fundraising campaign on Friday, April 24.  This year, CTAE's goal was to raise $5,000 for the March of Dimes, whose mission is to prevent premature childbirth, and support families dealing with premature births and birth defects.  By the end...

Cybersecurity in the News!

This past weekend, the White House suffered a cyber attack, which led to President Obama's email account being hacked, along with other White House staffers.  The following link is a story which aired on CBS Sunday Morning discussing  cybersecurity in this country.  Cybersecurity is one of the new, in-demand fields...

United Way Campaign Results

Community Technical & Adult Education's annual United Way fundraising campaign has concluded.  After the Karaoke Pizza Party, Kona Ice Day, Cosmetology Week, CTAE Tailgate Party, as well as several other fundraising events, CTAE raised over $3,800 for the United Way of Marion County.  This will ensure that members of our...

2014-2015 Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to 2014-2015 CTAE's Teacher of the Year, Jan Roberts.  She is an instructor for the Allied Health Department, where Ms. Roberts teaches both Medical Assisting and Medical Coder/Biller programs. In 1997, she began teaching at CTAE as an evening, part-time Medical Coder/Biller program instructor.  In 2011, Ms. Roberts was...

Holiday Food Basket Initiative

Annually, CTAE conducts a Holiday Food Basket Initiative to assist CTAE families who need a little extra help through the holiday seasons.  Students and staff donate food items to support up to 25 CTAE families with donations of filled food baskets to assist those families through the Thanksgiving holiday and...

United Way Drive 2014

The staff and students at CTAE are raising funds for a very worthy cause. It is time for   CTAE's Annual United Way Fundraising Drive, which takes place September to November.  The goal of the fundraising drive is to raise funds which will be donated to the United Way of...

Student Massage Clinic Now Open!

Enjoy a relaxing massage as Community Technical & Adult Education’s (CTAE) Student Massage Clinic is now open.   The Student Massage Clinic has moved into its new location on CTAE's campus.  Beginning September 3 and continuing through October 29, 2014, the clinic opens to MCPS staff and the general public on Monday and Wednesday...

Application Fee Waived!

Any Career and Technical Program applicant who completes and submits their application during the week of October 6 will have their application fee waived.  This only applies to applicants who submit a completed application October 6 through October 10, and applies for a Career and Technical program.  If you have...

Welcome Back Marion County Public School Students

All Marion County Public Schools open August 18, and the faculty and staff of CTAE would like to wish you a wonderful, successful, and safe school year. High school students, we will visit your schools throughout this school year.  When you see our booth, stop by to receive a free...

New Technology Support Services Program Starting August, 2014

Beginning August 18, 2014, CTAE will offer a new Technology Support Services program incorporating CompTIA A+ certification.  This 11 month course is offers evening availability, which allows those having daytime employment to enroll in classes during the evenings.  Please click here to view the Technology Support Services information sheet.  If...

NOW HIRING!!!

NOW HIRING GROUP LEADERS!  The Extended Day Before and After-School Program is now seeking to hire nurturing and caring individuals who are experienced in working with school-age children.  Group Leaders are high energy, creative planners who can manage up to 25 children with ease.  They model flexibility, humor, teamwork, compassion,...

This one is for the babies!

Community Technical & Adult Education is in the midst of its annual March of Babies fundraising, which supports the efforts of the March of Dimes.  The March of Dimes is a non-profit organization which supports the efforts of families affected by pre-mature birth, and research which one day will hopefully...

CTAE's Teacher of the Year is…

Congratulations to 2013-2014 CTAE's Teacher of the Year, Ceci Guynn.  Mrs. Guynn is the lead instructor for the Medical Assisting Program and began her tenure at CTAE in 2005. She is now a two-time (back-to-back) winner of the Teacher of the Year award for CTAE.  She will now represent CTAE...

CTAE's Rookie Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Donna Fraley, CTAE's 2013-2014 Rookie Teacher of the Year.  Ms. Fraley is an instructor in the Medical Clinical Laboratory Technician program and  began teaching at CTAE in 2012 on a part-time basis, before moving to full-time status in July, 2013.  She comes to CTAE with over 30 years of...