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Welcome to Beaver County Career and Technology Center, where we specialize in equipping individuals with the practical skills needed for in-demand careers. Our career-focused programs are designed to bridge the gap between education and employment, providing hands-on training in fields such as healthcare, technology, trades, and more. Our experienced instructors are industry professionals dedicated to guiding students through real-world scenarios, ensuring they gain the expertise and confidence necessary to excel in their chosen professions. At BCCTC, we understand the importance of practical knowledge, and our curriculum is tailored to meet the evolving needs of the job market or post-secondary institutions. 

Administrative Team

Laura DelVecchio

Administrative Director
724-728-5800 x 217

Nick Tisak

School Principal
724-728-5800 x 214

Donna Nugent

Chief School Administrator
Superintendent of Records


Vince Gratteri

Marketing & Public Relations
724-728-5800 x 365

Thomas Palas

Facilities Manager
724-728-5800 x 220

Jeff Nolfi

School Resource Officer
724-728-5800 x 251


If you would like to request information under the Pennsylvania Right to Know Law, submit the completed Standard Right to Know Request Form to the BCCTC Right to Know Officer.

Ms. Laura DelVecchio

Right to Know Officer
Beaver County Career & Technology Center
145 Poplar Avenue
Monaca, PA 15061

724-728-5800 (Main), 724-775-2299 (Fax)


PA Standard Right to Know Request Form

If your Right to Know request is denied by BCCTC in whole or in part, you may appeal to the Pennsylvania Office of Open Records:

Office of Open Records
Commonwealth Keystone Building
400 North St., 4th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17120-0225

717-425-5343 Fax


For additional information review BCCTC Policy 801.

Community Business Partnerships

Intermediate units are regional educational service agencies and provide programs and resources to Commonwealth schools.  Through cooperation and collaboration among school districts and community agencies, intermediate units work to provide innovative, responsive and cost-effective programs.


The Beaver Valley Intermediate Unit (BVIU) is comprised of the fourteen local school districts, the New Horizon School for students with disabilities and the Beaver County Career and Technology Center.  We serve three area charter schools and 11 non-public schools. 

One of the commonwealth’s 29 Intermediate Units created by Act 102 in 1970, the BVIU provides needed and requested services to its member school districts.  Some services needed by children, teachers, and administrators cannot be provided as effectively and economically by individual school districts. Through a service agency like the BVIU, specialized staff and services are made available to school districts with maximum cost effectiveness.

BVIU operations are conducted under approval of a 14 member Board of Directors elected by the 126 local school board members.  No more than one director from a school district may serve on the Intermediate Unit Board at one time.  An Advisory Council comprised of the 14 local district superintendents meets monthly to review programs and services.

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