Culinary Students Take Home the Gold at the RI ProStart Invitational

On Thursday, February 15th, for the first time ever, the East Providence Career and Technical Center brought competitors to the RI ProStart Invitational. Chef Walker coached two teams from the EPCTC in the ProStart Management competition against 7 other teams from CTCs across the state.

The Global Grill team was short-handed due to illness and made our school proud by competing hard and showing great attitude and Townie Pride throughout. Ian Ferriera & Kyle Xavier fell short of a victory but earned the respect and admiration of the judges as well as their peers.
The Krazy Kabob team planned, practiced and prepared for three and a half months for the competition. All of their hard work paid off, as they left the competition in the dust and brought home the Gold Medal and qualified to compete in the National Competition which takes place in April.
The Krazy Kabob team Members are Sidney Robertson, Luana Rodrigues, Nayelle Viera & Shelby Wilkerson.


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From left: Chef Ray McCue, Johnson & Wales University; Instructor Chef William Walker, East Providence Career & Technical Center; students Shelby Wilkerson, Sidney Robertson, Nayelle Vieira and Luana Rodrigues; Dale J. Venturini, president and CEO, Rhode Island Hospitality Association; and R.I. Speaker of the House Nicholas A. Mattiello. COURTESY RHODE ISLAND HOSPITALITY EDUCATION FOUNDATION

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SkillsUSA Fall Leadership Conference

A group of CTC students as well as the East Providence State Officer attended the SkillsUSA Fall Leadership Conference on Friday, October 27, 2017.




About Us

The East Providence Career and Technical Center serves students from East Providence, Barrington, and Bristol/Warren. In addition, students from outside the region are eligible to apply to the EPCTC if their program of choice is not offered at their regional career and technical center.

In an effort to offer all students a safe, nurturing, and fun-learning environment, we make every effort to accept students that have displayed the academic ability and level of maturity required to succeed both in school and in the world of work.

An Individualized Learning Plan (ILP) will be designed to meet the individual needs and goals of each student. This plan is developed and maintained by the student with support from guidance counselors, instructors, administrators, and family members. The ultimate goal is to make all post secondary options available to all students. These options may include, but are not limited to:

  • 4 year college
  • Community college
  • Technical/Trade school
  • Military
  • Full time employment

Specific programs offer opportunities for certification, licensure, and dual enrollment credit. Refer to specific programs for details.

The East Providence School Department does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status.
Celeste Bowler, Title IX Coordinator
145 Taunton Avenue
East Providence, Rhode IslandĀ  02914