Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006
The Perkins Program is a federally-funded program administered by the state of Pennsylvania that provides academic and other support for students who are majoring in career and technical education programs. The focus of the program is to prepare students for today’s competitive workforce and to help them achieve their maximum potential in challenging academic and technical fields.
The Perkins Program will sponsor seminars, workshops and other events during the year, so please visit us often for the latest information.
- Counseling - academic, career and personal
- Tutorial Services
- Services for students with disabilities
- Services for students with limited English proficiency
- Development skills workshop
Who is Eligible?
Students enrolled in the technological programs who are NOT planning to transfer to a four-year school and earn a Bachelor's degree (any of the A.A.S., certificate or diploma programs). These students are automatically registered for the Perkins Program.
Academic Resource Specialist
Coordinator of Tutorial Services
Tutor Center Coordinator
Adaptive Technology/Education Support Specialist
Academic/Career Resource Specialist
Career Center Specialist
Academic Support Assistant
Financial Aid Transition Officer