MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN - Twelve-month, full-time Maintenance Technician position available immediately. The Maintenance Technician will provide campus-wide maintenance to all buildings to ensure a safe, functional, and healthy environment for students, faculty, and staff. Candidates should have a minimum of three years of experience in electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and mechanical systems. Preference will be given to candidates with a strong electrical/mechanical background. Go to https://cpi.edu/company/cpi/ for more information and directions to apply.
Phased School Reopening Health and Safety Plan The Central PA Institute of Science and Technology has created a Health and Safety Plan which will serve as the local guidelines for all instructional and non-instructional reopening activities. CPI's Health and Safety Plan was approved by the Joint Operating Committee on July 27, 2020 and is posted on the website at https://cpi.edu/covid-19-information/phased-school-reopening-health-and-safety-plan/. We will continue to monitor our Health and Safety Plan throughout the year and update the plan as needed.
CPI is beginning a phased return to school for its post-secondary students whose diploma or degree programs were impacted by COVID-19. Following CDC and other safety protocols, students will begin returning to campus on June 9th. For currently enrolled students, if you have not already heard from your Program Instructor - please contact your instructor about the date and time of your planned return to complete your diploma or degree program. Social distancing, masks, and other safety precautions will be in place - again, please contact your instructor about Program return plans and requirements. We look forward to seeing you back [...]
CPI Adult Students: CPI is beginning to distribute federal CARES funding to post-secondary students enrolled in its degree and diploma programs. The US Department of Education established grant funding designated to assist students whose education was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. CPI administration and its Aid office established a formula for directly distributing CARES funding to students. CARES grant funding will be mailed or delivered to impacted students very soon. We ask our current students to remain in regular contact with their instructors for program updates and plans for returning to campus. Now more than ever our community will need highly-trained [...]
Dear Parents and Students: I hope that everyone is well and staying healthy. Thank you as always for your patience and persistence during these difficult times. At this time, students are scheduled to return to class on April 9th, but that date is likely to be moved back. With that being said, teachers and administrators have been working hard for the past week to create optional learning activities for our students. The goal of providing these experiences is to keep students connected and provide optional practice in which students would normally participate when they are in school. These activities will be shared [...]
Current Corona Virus information and updates are available at the CDC website or the PA Department of Health's website CPI will continue to post updates to schedules, classes, and other information as they occur.
Effective Friday, March 13th, CPI's Cosmetology Salon - which is open to the public, is temporarily closed until further notice. A notice will be posted on CPI's website when the Salon will re-open for public services.
This summer program is for 6th-8th grade students. Create an interactive mobile game that uses your phone's gyroscope to control your character through mazes and obstacles to find the goal! This course focuses on the unique advantages of the mobile platform for development, teaches students modern approaches in game design, and uses haptic and SFX feedback to enhance the game's feel. Students walk away with a robust mobile app that can be exported to a native app and downloaded by others. This summer program will be held at CPI from July 27-30. Click here to register.
Safe2Say Something is a youth violence prevention program. Through the "Safe2Say Something" program students can submit anonymous tips to report a problem. Tips can be reported by downloading the Safe2Say Something app, by phone at 1-844-SAF2SAY or online at https://www.safe2saypa.org/tip/. For more information go to https://www.safe2saypa.org/for-students/.