Educational Improvement Tax Credit Programs (EITC) are a great way for eligible businesses to receive tax credits when they support certain nonprofit programs and services.
The Lancaster County Career & Technology Center (LCCTC) has developed a number of innovative educational programs that qualify for EITC support.
Our EITC Programs
Advanced Construction Technology Program (ACT)
Funds help to purchase tools, equipment and construction materials that allow students to design and build large state-of-the-art commercial grade buildings.
Advanced Placement Internship Program (API)
Funds are used to cover the cost of student screening and placement services, training program development and work site coordination services to support the placement of top performing students into paid internships designed to accelerate their transition into the first step of their career path.
Innovations in Technology Applications Program (I-TAP)
Funds are used to purchase leading edge technology and equipment to enhance student’s learning and help students meet national industry standards, certification requirements and licensing requirements.
This program provides tuition for eligible high school students to attend partner private schools. Support for students also includes books, instructional materials, technology equipment and services, uniforms and activities.
Over the last 5 years,
EITC funds contributed to:
Purchase of CCM Machine for Advanced Manufacturing Programs
Heavy Equipment Operation Simulator
Technology for English Language Learners
Nursing Beds for Intro to Health Careers
Program expansion of Welding program
Computers for Commercial Art, Photography and Digital Design Students
12 Pre-K scholarships
Support of the Dental Assistance program
Scholarships for students at Lancaster Country Day School and Janus School
State-of-the-art equipment and supplies for HVAC programs
2005 – 2021
A special thanks to UGI,
our featured sponsor
With UGI’s contribution in 2018/2019, the LCCTC was able to enhance its HVAC programs at the Brownstown Campus. Items purchased include Hydraulic Flaring and Swaging tools, Uniweld nitrogen regulators, Thermadyne Turbotorch Air Acetylene Torch Outfits, a large variety of supplies and materials. The ability to purchase these items would not be possible without the support of UGI.
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