Welcome to the Dillon County Technology Center’s Website. Our goal at DCTC is to help students develop skills in their chosen career paths through the use of instruction, hands on activities, and real world application. Students who enter DCTC programs have a choice to select a program that they are most interested in and have the opportunity to join student orgainzations related to their field of study. These organizations are an excellent way to foster relationships with other schools, share with and learn from others, compete at the state and national levels, travel, and meet new people. For more information regarding the programs we offer including course descriptions and credit hours click on the course tab for more information. The administration has an open door policy and welcome our students and parents to come in and visit with us any time. We have some great opportunities for you to expand your knowledge. Let us guide you into a fantastic career based learning experience.
Jerry R. Strickland Director
Farm City Week Outstanding Student
Every year the Dillon County Chamber of Commerce recognize students from Dillon High School , Lake View High School ,Latta High School and Dillon County Technology Center. This year winner is Aliette Hanonimana she is a senior at Dillon High School. Aliette is also a student at Dillon County Technology Center where she is enrolled in the Health Occupation program. She is a member of the National Honor Society and has a 4.0 GPA. Aliette has strong academic and work ethics. She lightens the learning environment because she finds ways to learn inside and outside of the classroom. She is admired by her teachers and peers because she is humble, kind spirited, and is always willing to help others. Aliette attends Outreach Family Fellowship Church and is the youth choir director. Upon graduation she plans to attend Francis Marion University and major in nursing.
Each November the National Career Development Association (NCDA) promotes career development through its annual celebration of National Career Development Month. Career development professionals throughout the country are encouraged to host career related activities to generate awareness and excitement among students of all ages about their career paths and futures. Many great ideas and resources for celebrating National Career Development Month can be found on the NCDA’s website, including information about the 47th annual Poetry & Poster Contest.
Tools for Schools
The Dillon CountyTechnology Center would like to thank Mr. Greg Elmore, Director of Human Resource-Supply Chain and Ashley Miller, Inventory Analyst at Harbor Freight Tools in Dillon SC in partnership with Tools for Schools. The school received 14 pallets of tools for their Automotive, Building Construction, Agriculture, Masonry and Industrial Manufacturing programs. (In picture above from left to right: Ashley Miller, Jerry Strickland, Director of Dillon County Technology Center, and Greg Elmore, students are from Mr. Bullard’s Industrial Manufacturing class).
December 20...............Half-day for Students/Teachers
December23-Jan. 3.......Christmas Hoildays
December 25 ......Merry Christmas
January 6.............Students Return
December 23- January 3, 2013
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