LCCTC Automotive Fund
To keep up with the ever-changing technology and trends in the automotive industry, the LCCTC is looking to replace and enhance its fleet of vehicles. With 160 students enrolled each year in four Automotive programs, the current fleet of vehicles that students train on is showing its wear and tear. Help train the next generation of Automotive and Heavy-Duty technicians and continue a 50-year tradition of providing the best in career and technical education.
Automotive Fund Partners
Ginny and Tony Gillespie Legacy Fund
To honor the dedication and passion of former LCCTF Executive Director, Tony Gillespie, the Ginny and Tony Gillespie Legacy Fund was established to address the unmet needs of students that go beyond the services provided by the LCCTC and school district support.
Students may include high school dropouts, single parents, pregnant or parenting youth, youth challenged by physical and mental health issues, academic and behavior issues, economic insecurity, and other barriers that are that result because of their race, ethnicity, gender, or religion. Funds will be used to assist students in the purchase of such items as tools, uniforms, or books for those participating in LCCTC programs. Funds will also be used to support tuition, scholarships, and workforce grants for LCCTC students.