Student Organizations

  • As a student at North Montco Technical Career Center, you will have the opportunity to participate in various student organizations. These organizations offer students the opportunity to enter competitions and advance through regional, state and national levels.



  • Skills USA


    Learn about leadership. Travel. Compete. Help others. Meet career professionals. Make friends. Have fun. Students who join SkillsUSA do all this and more. Annual SkillsUSA competitions at the local, regional, state and national levels enable students to showcase their technical, professional and interpersonal skills. In addition, students learn about teamwork and citizenship. SkillsUSA students also organize many school activities and community service events.

    SkillsUSA officers for the 2022-2023 school year:

    1st Session Officers
    Libby Racich- President
    Jason Sanchez - Vice President
    Alyssa Schleinkofer- Secretary
    Chace Fazio -Treasurer
    Mallory Buchanan -Reporter

    2nd Session Officers
    Noelle Emmerson- President
    Logan Neveil- Secretary
    Raymond Sperbeck -Treasurer

    3rd Session Officers
    Haley Rapp- President
    Liam Grant- Vice President
    Olivia Sexton -Secretary
    Roman Patrone- Reporter
    Andrew Coughlin-Treasurer

     

     


  • HOSA


    Designed to serve students enrolled in health occupations courses, activities are directed to the instructional program. Emphasis is placed on individual and group leadership skills and development rather than on competitive skills contests. HOSA combines responsibility with the development of occupational competence.

     


  • FFA


    Formerly known as Future Farmers of America, FFA enables students to develop their potential for leadership, personal growth and career success through activities and competitions focusing on landscaping and horticulture. Membership is open to students enrolled in Horticulture.

     

     


  • NTHS

    The National Technical Honor Society recognizes outstanding career and technical students. The organization rewards achievement and encourages scholastic excellence. Induction is not transferable from one year to the next. Each year, students must go through the selection process. This organization cultivates a stronger image for career and technical education.