School Counseling
Carroll County Career & Technology
School Counseling Department
Phone 410.751.3669
Fax 410.751.3677 
Mr. Bob Dean,
M.S. School Counseling
 
Contact for the following programs:
Auto Service Technology
Biomedical Engineering (PLTW)
CISCO
Honors Computer Technology
Electrical Construction
Engineering (PLTW)
Manufacturing & Machine Technology
Masonry
Heavy Equipment & Truck Technology
Welding
 
 
Ms. Carrie Schmidtman,
Ed.S. School Counseling
 
Contact for the following programs:
Academy of Health Professions - CNA
Academy of Health Professions - Physical Rehab
Carpentry
Collision Repair Technology
Cosmetology
Culinary Arts
Drafting
HVAC
Homeland Security: Criminal Justice
Print Production
Textiles & Fashion Design
Video Production
 
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CCCTC Related Scholarships

 
FALL SCHOLARSHIPS
SPRING SCHOLARSHIPS
 
This award was created to honor a CCCTC or North Carroll High student looking to pursue continued education in the fire or medical field. 
Due: April 20, 2014. 
(Open to Auto Service Technology students)
This award was created to advance the education of a student participating in the auto service technology program. 
Due:  December 4, 2013
 
This is a scholarship for those students intending on continuing their education in a clinical or non-clinical health-related discipline.  Applicants should apply online by April 1st.  
 
Due: April 1, 2014
 
(Open to AST, Collision, and HETT students)
This award was created to recognize a student planning to continue education and/or employment in a transportation related program.
 
Due:  December 4, 2013
Charles W. Lewis Memorial Scholarship
 
The purpose of this Fund is to provide a scholarship for students graduating from the Carroll County Career & Technology Center pursuing a degree in Engineering and who meet the Fund's criteria. For an application, please go to: http://www.carrollcommunityfoundation.org/scholarships/
The completed application package should be returned to the Community Foundation of Carroll County by the specified deadline.
Michael W. Wantz HETT Scholarship-
 
(Open to HETT students)
The purpose of this scholarship is to provide scholarships for graduating seniors who have earned their secondary school diploma from the Carroll County Career & Technology Center in Heavy Equipment & Truck Technology and plan to enter post-secondary education in the diesel field. For an application, please go to: http://www.carrollcommunityfoundation.org/scholarships/.
 
Due: December 4, 2013
Class of 1930 Memorial Nursing Scholarship -
 
For a student who has performed well in the Allied Health Careers Program at CCCTC, is pursuing a career in nursing, and whose career goals and financial need warrant recognition.  For an application, please go to:
The completed application package should be returned to the Community Foundation of Carroll County by the specified deadline.
 
(Open to Auto Service Technology students).
This award is given to an applicant planning to enter post-secondary education or employment in the auto service field. 
 
Due:  December 4, 2013
 
Sykesville-South Carroll Rotary Club-
 
For a Century, Liberty, or South Carroll student who has performed well in their CCCTC program and plan continued education in a college or technical school. Financial need is considered. For an application, please go to:
 
Due:  April 15, 2014
Scott E. Shipley Memorial Scholarship  
 
(Open to HETT students)
The purpose of this scholarship is to provide scholarships for graduating seniors who have received  their secondary school diploma from the Carroll County Career & Technology Center in Heavy Equipment & Truck Technology. For an application, please go to: http://www.carrollcommunityfoundation.org/scholarships/.
 
Due: December 4, 2013
 
 
Open to all CCCTC seniors participating in the spring certificate ceremony.
 
Due: April 25, 2014 
 
(Open to Carpentry students)
This award was created to recognize a student attending the CCCTC Carpentry program, who has demonstrated the skills and  interest to continue his/her career in the carpentry field. 
 
Due:  December 4, 2013
 
 
Open to all CCCTC seniors participating in the spring certificate ceremony.
 
Due: April 25, 2014
 
(Open to all CCCTC students)
For a student who has performed well in their CCCTC program and whose career goals and financial need warrant recognition. All factors being equal, preference given to dependents of US Military Veterans.  
 
Due:  December 4, 2013
 
 
(Open to all CCCTC students)
For a student who has performed well in their CCCTC program and whose career goals and financial need warrant recognition. All factors being equal, preference given to dependents of US Military Veterans.  
 
Due:  April 15, 2014
 
 
(Open to all CCCTC students)
For a student who has performed well in their CCCTC program, attends Westminster  or Winters Mill High School, and whose career goals and financial need warrant recognition.    
 
Due: December 4, 2013
 
 
(Open to all CCCTC students)
For a student who has performed well in their CCCTC program, attends Westminster  or Winters Mill High School, and whose career goals and financial need warrant recognition.    
 
Due: April 25, 2014
 
   
 
 
Additional Scholarship Organizations
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Imagine America Scholarship and Awards Programs – If you are a high school student looking at how you are going to pay for your education at any of over a hundred career colleges across the country, the Imagine America Scholarship can help. For more information and the online application process, visit, www.imagine-america.org.
 
    Important Websites: 
 
 
Post-Graduation Planning for CCCTC Students        
(Also you can visit the Carroll County website for College and Career planning.) 
 
SAT Test

Nearly every college in America accepts the SAT or Subject Tests as a part of its admissions process. That's why more than two million students take the SAT every year.
Get the information you need at:  www.collegeboard.com
 
Benefits of Online Registration
·       Choose the test date and test center
·       Get immediate registration confirmation
·       24-hour access to registration for printing or correcting your Admission Ticket
·       EZ Registration to speed up re-registration
 
ACT Test

What is the ACT?
The ACT is a national college admissions examination that consists of subject area tests in:
 
The ACT Plus Writing Test includes the four subject area tests plus a 30-minute Writing Test. ACT results are accepted by all 4-year colleges and universities in the U.S.
 
Visit www.actstudent.org to register for the ACT or ACT Plus Writing Test.
 
Free Test Prep Resources:
  • TESTGEAR allows you to practice and prepare for the SAT and PSAT. (Please contact your high school for username and password)
 
College Search Websites:
  • www.princetonreview.com
    This site contains valuable information for students and parents including:
    • College Search (Counselor-O-Matic)
    • Career Search
    • SAT/ACT
    • Scholarships & Financial Aid
  • www.collegeboard.com
    This site valuable information for students and parents including
    • Collegeboard Tests- PSAT, SAT, AP
    • Paying for College
    • Find a College
    • Apply to College
    • Pay for College \
 
  •    www.mycollegecalendar.org
       College admissions guidance that includes tips related to college  search, college applications, and college financing.
Scholarship & Financial Aid Websites:
 
 
  
Other Financial Aid Reminders
 
Begin preparing for the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). You should apply between January 1, 2012 and February 1, 2012 (check your college deadlines). Applying by the paper method will take at least 3 weeks to process. If you apply by the Internet process, the application will be processed within 3 days. Pin numbers will be given when you apply for the FAFSA. This PIN number will be good throughout your college career. Please keep it for all years needed. If you have questions, see your counselor in the School Counseling Office.