Motivational speaker and blind race car driver Jay Blake speaks to students about always moving forward no matter what happens in your life.
On Monday, Jan. 7, the Porter Chester Institute, 5 Campanelli Circle in Canton hosted a career day for their students. The focus, to start the New Year with the tools needed to succeed such as resume writing, social media, cover letter development, interviewing tips and techniques and job search resources. The Porter and Chester Institute came to Canton three years ago and has four locations in Massachusetts. It offers the following programs in the Canton location; Automotive Technology, Computer Aided Drafting and Design, Computer and Network Technology, Electronics Systems Technician, HVACR Technology, Industrial, Commercial and Residential Technician, Medical Assisting, Dental Assisting and Administrative Health Specialist. Students, …
Blue Hills guidance counselor, Senator Brian A. Joyce, John Nesti and Selectman Avril Elkhort spoke at career institute's opening.
Thursday, September 15, 2011
By Judy Bass The power of career education, even in a volatile economy, was affirmed recently when the Porter and Chester Institute (PCI) that offers career training in several professions such as automotive technology, dental assisting and electrical had a festive ribbon cutting ceremony at its campus at 5 Campanelli Circle in Canton. Among the notable speakers were State Senator Brian A. Joyce, Canton selectman Avril Elkhort, John Nesti of the Metro South Chamber of Commerce, and lead guidance counselor Sarah Titus of Blue Hills Regional Technical School. Titus, a Canton resident, spoke appreciatively of how job-based education such as that provided at Porter and Chester makes students “more marketable,” particularly if they are …