About the LCCTF

The Lancaster County Career & Technology Foundation was established in 2003 to support the students and programs of the Lancaster County Career & Technology Center (LCCTC). The Foundation’s goal is to make sure that the LCCTC has the materials, the equipment and the funding to provide the best in career training for high school and adult students. Since 2003 the LCCTF has raised close to $6,000,000 to support its mission.

LCCTF Raises Dollars to Support:

  • Funding for innovative, state of the art equipment, technology, supplies and materials
  • Financial assistance for students for uniforms, books, tools, certification fees
  • Scholarships for post-secondary education
  • Workforce grants for CTC graduates to obtain the tools and materials needed to enter the workforce and begin their career
  • Provide tuition support for adult students entering Advanced Manufacturing programs

LCCTF Programs:

  • Workforce Talent 2020

The goal of Workforce Talent 2020 is to recruit, educate and place adults into high demand, skilled positions in the Advanced Manufacturing industry.  The LCCTF has raised over $500,00 to support tuition of adult students in Welding and Electro Mechanical Engineering.

  • Educational Improvement Tax Credit

The LCCTC has developed a number of innovative educational programs for students in a range of fields.  Eligible businesses who donate to these programs can receive tax credits for their support.

  • Fly on the Run

LCCTF’s annual fundraiser featuring a Fly Fishing Tournament and banquet with silent and live auctions.  The 14th annual Fly on the Fun will be held May 6 & 7, 2020.  Since its inception, the LCCTF has raised over $800,000 to support scholarships and teacher innovation grants.

  • Extraordinary Give

The LCCTF participates in the Lancaster County Community Foundation’s Extraordinary Give, a 24hr day of online giving for local non-profit organizations.

  • Taste of Success

This event highlights the culinary talents of LCCTC students and raise money to support the New Choices program – a free educational empowerment workshop open to women and men regardless of income who are in transition or recently lost a job.

  • Gold Collar Society

A group of select members of various industries to advise and support the strategic direction of the LCCTF

Learn how you can get involved with the Lancaster County Career and Technology Foundation.  Contact Jennifer Baker, Executive Director, jbaker@lancasterctc.edu or 717-653-3009.