CPI, in partnership with the state, launched the Safe2Say Something helpline through the Safe2Say Program. The initiative, mandated by state law known as Act 44, is an anonymous reporting system designed to help students and staff recognize warning signs of individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others, especially through social media. It went into effect Jan. 14, 2019. The program trains students and school staff members how to recognize those signs and signals, and to “say something,” either by using the Safe2Say Something hotline and/or applications or to tell an adult or trusted adviser. Specifically, the program educates [...]
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CPI has partnered this school year with Safe School Helpline to provide a way for students, staff and community members to help prevent any threat of harm at our schools. Safe School Helpline is a confidential way for anyone to report information about situations that may impact safety at our schools. There are several ways to make reports: 800-418-6423 (800-4-1-VOICE Ext. 359) Text TIPS to 66746 safeschoolhelpline.com Download the free mobile app The helpline is designed to assist in reporting any wrongdoing that might impact our schools. Reporting can be done anonymously by telephone, smart phone or computer by calling the [...]
The Medical Assistant Education Review Board requires a public posting of program (Medical Assistant) performance results. As such, please find Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology's most recent employer satisfaction and job placement results for its CAAHEP/MAERB-accredited Medical Assistant program in the attached PDF. View Data
By her own account, Denae Taylor was a “pretty good student,” a modest statement for someone normally on the High Honor Roll, always excited to learn, who found school to be easy because she was a fast learner. Yet, while attending Bellefonte Area High School Denae was not certain about a future involving post-secondary education, ultimately choosing CPI because she felt it would give her the necessary skills to obtain a job after high school. She was in the Protective Services program for two years, earning acceptance into the National Technical Honor Society. However, once her new instructor Cheniene Leiter assumed [...]
Randy Haynes, a Bald Eagle Area graduate who completed CPI’s Precision Machine Technology program, was an honors student graduating in the top ten percent of his class. While at CPI, he was a member of the National Technical Honor Society and earned awards for CPI’s Outstanding Student of the Year, Outstanding Cooperative Education Student, Cooperative Education “Recognition for Reliability”, and Precision Machining MVP for the class of 2012. Additionally, he earned a Certificate of Special Merit from The National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) for obtaining eight NIMS credentials, a CPI record unmatched to this day. After a 9th grade tour [...]
Although he excelled in a traditional classroom setting, when Mathew Wolfe was a teen he became very interested in cars and the hands-on learning that accompanied it. As a Penns Valley student, Wolfe graduated with a 3.7-grade point average and took as many advanced classes as possible. However, as a senior high student he wanted more control of his future courses and decided CPI would be a good fit. His educational career at CPI culminated in winning the Automotive Technology Science Student of the Year recognized by receiving the E. Dale Simpson Award. While in school he worked at Tri-County Toyota [...]