Forty years of preparing the adult workforce

The Lehigh Career & Technical Institute houses $3.5 million worth of training equipment for its pre-engineering and engineering technology courses in manufacturing, which includes this industrial robot used for automation. - (Photo / Jennifer Glose)

When 27-year-old Jose Ofray of Allentown was laid off from his position as a customer service representative for T-Mobile, he never dreamed that enrolling at Lehigh Career & Technical Institute in Schnecksville would lead him to a job where he now travels the world as a field service engineer.

Jennifer Glose
Reporter Jennifer Glose covers health care, Berks County and other topics. She can be reached at jenniferg@lvb.com or 610-807-9619, ext. 111.

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