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Tennessee College of Applied Technology to have signing day
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In conjunction with other leading schools from around the nation, the Tennessee College of Applied Technology - McMinnville is holding a National Technical Letter of Intent Signing Day from 10 a.m. to 12 noon this Thursday, Feb. 21. 

New students for the 2019-20 school year will take part in a signing ceremony, similar to an athletic signing, on the campus of TCAT McMinnville, 241 Vo-Tech Drive, Building 1, Room 108.

Twenty-seven Colleges of Applied Technology around the state will be holding signing day ceremonies tied together by live, nationwide simulcasts.

“By the incoming students signing the Letters of Intent, we’re telling them that we have reserved a place for them and we want them. Technical education will prepare them for a strong career,” said TCAT – McMinnville president Warren Laux. “Industry leaders are also excited about this opportunity because it validates the student and provides an opportunity for industry representatives to meet these future workers.”

Community leaders participating include: VIAM Manufacturing COO Keith Hayes, Director of Schools Bobby Cox, County Executive Jimmy Haley, and Industrial Development Board director Don Alexander.