CLTCC Launches New Manufacturing and Transportation Websites

Prospective students, current students, parents, faculty, staff, workforce development and business and industry invited to explore new websites

(Press Release) Alexandria, La. — Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC) launched two new websites today – a manufacturing site and a transportation site – to further promote enrollment in high-wage, high-skill, and high-demand career programs and inform prospective students about the jobs available in Cenla and the starting salaries.

The manufacturing website, www.cltccmanufacturing.com, focuses on the manufacturing programs offered at CLTCC and how to take the first step whether you’re a parent, potential student or employer partner.  The transportation website, www.transportation.com, provides the same type information about transportation programs offered at CLTCC.

“We are pleased to unveil both of our new websites after many months of collaboration with business and industry, secondary education partners, workforce development partners and other stakeholders,” said CLTCC Chancellor Jimmy Sawtelle.  “Manufacturing technology has advanced a great deal in just the past few decades, so we set out to explain what the industry looks like today and how careers in this sector have evolved in areas such as automation and robotics.”

CLTCC contracted with Ugly Mug Marketing, a local web development and graphics design company, to create both sites using funds from a Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training grant provided by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration.

Both sites include features to help users move quickly and easily to find the information they need and make well-informed decisions related to enrolling in various manufacturing and transportation programs at CLTCC.

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