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Welcome to the Randolph Technical Career Center

The Randolph Technical Career Center (RTCC) is committed to providing students with a challenging academic and technical education in a supportive, engaging, and respectful environment. Students learn the skills they need to become responsible and productive citizens who are able to take advantage of educational and career opportunities now and in the future. Read more...

Directors Weekly Acknowledgements 

February 20th- 24th, 2017 

Dear Students and Parents & Guardians of RTCC Students:

i'd like to open my remarks by congratulating our Business Management, Digital Film, and Graphic Arts programs for their great showing at the VT REAL Entrepreneurship Competition.  RTCC received Third Place and an Honorable Mention in the REAL Bumper Sticker contest; and Second Place in the film category. Third Place winners were Benjamin R & Haleigh M; Honorable Mention went to Jordan H & Sheyenne M; and Second Place - went to Naomi H, Amber S, Bruce B, & Jack Warren.

Business Management also competed in the annual State DECA competition, taking home the following awards: Haleigh M swept all four of her events and earned a $2,000.00 scholarship to VTC. Tapanga M. was overall first place champion, winning a $2,000 scholarship. Sheyenne M took second place, winning a $1,500 scholarship. And Mikaya P took third, winning a $1,000 scholarship. Furthermore, Mikaya P placed third in the Public Speaking event and Mariah V won third place in a Business Management event. Congratulations to the students, the program, Mr. Goulet & Jan Stratton who advised.

The week of February 18 - 26, 2017 has been designated FFA (Future Farmers of America) Week in order to celebrate the FFA which was founded in 1928. FFA week always runs from Saturday to Saturday, including February 22, Washington's Birthday. This year on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 The Central Vermont Chapter of the FFA will be performing will celebrate by performing community service. Our chapter received a $400 grant to process firewood for heating assistance for those in need in our community. A log load was purchased with the grant and the students of the FFA Chapter will start the work of processing the logs into firewood this week. We would like to invite community volunteers to help stack wood along with the chapter members on February 22 from 9:30 until 4:30 in the parking lot in back of Randolph Technical Career Center.  The firewood will be distributed with the help of Capstone Community Action.

A recent New York Times article reported on the top 20 internship opportunities available to young people today...and all 12 of our programs made the list...check out the story below.

Also, check out this amazing video, especially starting at about 2:29 into it, featuring Taylor, who's learning how to weld and who's building the skills she needs to live life on her own terms. You can see it here: https://vimeo.com/196656436/1c30811ee2

Communication- Visit our Website
www.orangesouthwest.org/rtcc includes information on every program, a calendar of events, Friday night dinner menus, and contact information for all staff, and our school handbook. We are also on www.facebook.com/rtcc/  as well that you will be able to follow us and the learning that happens daily. 

In closing, I again want to encourage your support for your daughter or son and their participation in our technical education program.  Our expectations for positive behavior and hard work pay off for everyone involved.  Please do not hesitate to contact us!


Jason Gingold, Director

Here's What's Happening At RTCC

RTCC Business Management Students Excel at State Competition

Two RTCC students studying Business Management won first place in their academic category at the DECA Vermont State Career Development Conference held on February 10 at the Davis Center at the University of Vermont.

New York Times Publishes Top 20 Fields for Internships

The NY Times has published the top 20 fields for internships, and RTCC's 12 programs are all represented on the list.

FFA Students to Process Firewood for the Community

RTCC chapter of Future Farmers of America invite community volunteers to help process firewood for the needy on Feb. 22



October 1st- FAFSA Opens up for Senior Applications

2/20- ERM FFA Week Begins
2/20- Interim Reports - 1/2 way through Quarter 3
2/20- VT Works for Women presentation
2/24- RTCC Winter Picnic
2/25- 3/6 Winter Break
3/8 Students return 
3/8 VTC Career Fair 10-11:30 





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