Holland, MI- Five Careerline Tech Center students were recipients of the 2022 Breaking Tradition Awards from the Michigan Department of Education. The awards are given to students who have demonstrated success in Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs that are nontraditional to their gender. The recipients are:
Holland, MI- Four seniors from the Careerline Tech Center Diesel/Heavy Equipment Mechanics program at Careerline Tech Center took the top four places in the Regional SkillsUSA Diesel Equipment Technology competition at Lansing Community College Friday, February 25.
Photo L – R: Caleb Bouchard, Diesel/HEM Parapro Dale DeLange, Christopher Carpin, Randal Fletcher, Caleb Prince
Holland, MI- State Representative Jim Lilly, R - Macatawa visited Careerline Tech Center Monday, May 14 to present two Careerline Tech Center students with State of Michigan Tributes. The students received the tributes in recognition of their work on the Hezekiah Smith Michigan Historical Marker in the City of Ferrysburg. Smith was a free Black man, landowner, and civil rights activist in Ottawa and Muskegon Counties in the late 1840s.