Sanford Police Officer Eddie Murphy and former COT student visiting the Business Academy – Legal Studies class. Thanks for your time Officer Murphy!! It was a very informative session.
Biddeford Police Department Detective Shawn Cloutier visited the Business Academy – Legal Studies class today (9/30/15). Officer Cloutier shared his long impressive career in law enforcement and fielded many diverse student questions. Thank you Officer Cloutier for your time.
Business Academy – Medical Assisting students practicing in an interactive lab on vital signs.
BRCOT Engineering visited Duralife Decking & Railing Systems in Biddeford Maine today. Special thanks to Mike Descoteaux and all the employees that hosted us fo r an impressive tour, pizza lunch, and company hats to mark the occasion. Truly an impressive manufacturing facility with quality control and automated processes that delivery a consistently high quality…
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Congratulations to former COT Legal Studies student William Hevey (2011) for recently earning an internship with a prestigious federal law enforcement agency. …..excellent job Will!!! Will is currently a senior at Norwich University. We are very proud of you!!!
The Engineering, Architecture, and Drafting program would like to thank all of the local Engineering and Architecture businesses that contributed to our program. Job shadows this year included: Pratt and Whitney (Chipper Trottier), City of Biddeford Planning Engineers (Josh McCauley), WBRC Engineers and Architects (Nik Lemieux, Garrett Dube, and Sam Bernard), Becker Structural Engineers (Connor Bouffard),…
Thank you to Southern Maine Health Care — Prime Care Practice Manager Karen Waycott for coming into our Business Academy – Medical Assisting class to talk to our students about employment prospects with their organization, interviewing skills, resume and cover letter tips and her own career path. The students learned a lot of interesting pointers….
See actual article on Sun Chronicle’s site by clicking here. BIDDEFORD – Two students at Biddeford’s Regional Center of Technology are designing new seating – dubbed the “Tiger Pride Terrace” – to replace old bleachers at the aging Waterhouse Field in Biddeford. The terrace could be built this summer if Biddeford wins the national contest…
Students from the Welding & Metal Fabrication Program helped out at the new CBC (Community Bike Center ) site on Granite Street in Biddeford and the Electrical Program Students completed some work at Clifford Park in Biddeford. The Medical Program students also helped out at Mothers’ Beach in Kennebunk.