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CWCTC Partnership Announcement

Central Westmoreland CTC Partners with Questeq to Accelerate Technology Program

The Central Westmoreland Career and Technology Center has partnered with Questeq for the management, delivery and support of its technology program. The multi-year Educational Technology Management (ETM) agreement began in February with Questeq providing a complete onsite team, specialized corporate resources and partnership with the over forty (40) Questeq-managed schools across the state of Pennsylvania. According to George Heinitsh, Associate VP, “We are proud to add another Career and Technology Center (CTC) to our growing customer base.  Central Westmoreland Career and Technology Center is our fourth CTC.  They are the largest Pennsylvania CTC west of the Susquehanna River.  With a new Administrative Director and Curt Smithley’s technical leadership, they are poised to emerge as a leader in CTC technology.” 

In collaboration with the Administrative Team at Central Westmoreland, Questeq seeks to improve the CTC’s use of technology to provide the best possible experience for students, teachers and administration. We are pleased to welcome CWCTC into the Questeq family and hope to enrich their student centered and skills focused environment. They join the over forty educational institutions that entrust Questeq to deliver safe, secure and high-quality technology solutions to their schools. “With the word “Technology” in our name here at the Center, we MUST provide the most current and cutting-edge technologies to our staff and students to stay up to date while preparing for competitive employment in a demanding workforce,” shares Jason Lucia, Administrative Director at CWCTC. 

About Central Westmoreland Career and Technology Center: Located 40 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, PA, the Central Westmoreland CTC serves students in grades 10-12 attending Belle Vernon, Frazier, Greensburg Salem, Hempfield Area, Jeannette, Mount Pleasant, Norwin, Penn-Trafford, Southmoreland and Yough School Districts. The mission of CWCTC is to provide students with an extensive technical education to meet the demands of an evolving workforce. To learn more, visit  

About Questeq: For 40 years, Questeq has been helping K-12 school districts in Pennsylvania make the most of technology.  Bringing together a proprietary education-focused model with industry-leading talent and best practices, Questeq enables school districts to focus on their core mission of education while achieving unparalleled value from their technology investments.

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