School board president Kenneth Long praised Fullerton, who was appointed following an interview process involving nine candidates. "We had many very good candidates for the position that would have added a lot of positive characteristics to the board, but Joe stood out," Long said. "He comes to us with a very broad background. Joe has had extensive experience in education as well as municipal government. And he also has community service experience, which is important because our job is very much based on serving the community."
Lancaster County Career & Technology Center has been named to The Manufacturing Institute's M-List for our Welding and Electromechanical Engineering Programs. The M-List distinguishes LCCTC as a provider of quality manufacturing education and training and a preferred source of talent for manufacturing employers. Lancaster County Career & Technology Center is one of only five schools in Pennsylvania included on the list.