Passaic County Technical Institute (PCTI) has been honored as a Gold Medalist for the Artisan, the school’s yearbook, by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA)! This outstanding achievement places PCTI among the best of the best in the Medalist Critique category.
Yearbooks use the techniques of journalism to fulfill their roles as memory, history, record, and reference books. The best of today’s student yearbooks reflect achievements and accomplishments in reporting. The CSPA’s top rated yearbooks demonstrate well-defined and executed concepts that are enhanced by design and complemented by vivid writing.
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association is an international student press association that was founded in 1925 with the goal of uniting student journalists and faculty advisors at schools and colleges through educational conferences, idea exchanges, textbook critiques, and award programs. Based on their current designation and enrollment in separate contests, PCTI is eligible to receive further awards.
PCTI Yearbook Gets the Gold as CSPA Medalist Recipient
PCTI Yearbook Club students Rachelle Cha (Clifton), Eisa Marie Casaclang (Wanaque), Stephanie Cedeno (Passaic), Tohfatus Chowdhury (Paterson), Tashiana Farrar (Clifton), Tatyana Linder (Paterson), Kevin Moreno (Prospect Park), Gabrielle Mills (Paterson), Sapphire Rodriguez (Paterson), and Alex Torchia (Hawthorne) join advisors Kimberly Crawford (West Orange), Veronica Santiago (Paterson), and Larry Hurtado (Mahwah), in celebrating their Gold Medalist accolade.