Volunteer

Are you interested in being a Friend of FCTC?

There are a number of ways you, your business, or your organization can support our students and programs.

  • Volunteer
    Serve on a committee and use your knowledge and experience to guide our instructors in providing state of the art education and preparing students for today’s workforce.
  • Mentor
    Connect with a student who is preparing to enter your industry and provide valuable support as they pursue their dreams.
  • Visit
    Check with us for campus visits to enjoy lunch at Walter’s Reef Café , get pampered at our Cosmetology Salon or purchase garden fresh produce from our greenhouse. Your experience with our students provides them with career training and you receive great service at a reasonable costs!

For more information about how to support FCTC, call (904) 547-3386 or email us.

Volunteer of the Year 2019- 2020

With gratitude, Dr. Gregory Oxford, DDS has been selected FCTC’s 2019-2020 Outstanding School Volunteer for his untiring commitment to our dental students and their future careers. From visiting our campus as a guest lecturer and interview prepping to serving on the Dental Steering Committee and accepting student externs, you have impacted so many of our current students and alumni. We appreciate your support and guidance.

Volunteer of the Year 2018-2019

We are pleased to announce that Nancy Dering-Mock has been awarded FCTC’s Outstanding School Volunteer Award. This award is presently annually to school volunteers who have shown outstanding dedication and commitment to quality education in Florida. Nancy serves as the Chair of the FCTC Education Foundation, a 501(c)3 that supports FCTC’s students in their journey for a technical career to improve their lives and our community. Thank you Nancy.

Volunteer of the Year 2017-2018

Congratulations and special thanks to Frank Harrington, Service Manager at Fields Cadillac of St. Augustine. Frank serves on our Automotive Technology Steering Committee and has hired many FCTC graduates. His mentorship and training means the world to our students and their families. Fields Cadillac also contributes a monthly radio segment to FCTC on WSOS 103.9 FM – WSOS 1170 AM for the community to learn about the life changing career opportunities right here in St. Johns County.