Coronavirus Information

In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Alaska Vocational Technical Center has taken steps to protect the health and safety of our students, staff and community. Visit the AVTEC COVID-19 Response page to learn how AVTEC is responding to this situation. Find links to communications, policy guidance, resources and information. For information about COVID-19 symptoms and current health recommendations, visit the CDC website and the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services.  Questions and answers will change as we learn more about COVID at AVTEC and as we adapt policies to conform with Public Health guidance.  

Follow these links for more information:

January 2021 Opening Process

COVID-19 Questions & Answers

What to do if you are sick

CARES Act Fund Grants

AVTEC CARES ACT Quarterly Report October 2020

AVTEC CARES ACT Quarterly Report December 2020

AVTEC CARES ACT Quarterly Report March 2021

Start Here for a New Career!

AVTEC Blog Posts

After a successful fall training term with few incidents of COVID related illness, quarantines, and isolation we are ready to welcome students for the spring start and restart on January 11.  To keep our good record intact we have put into place strict protocols including a negative COVID test results prior to attending training and another negative COVID test two weeks in on January 19 to continue training.  In addition, students (and staff) must wear face masks when they are not in class or in their residence, wash their hands frequently and use hand sanitizer when they are unable to wash, and stay in their dorm room or apartment if they are ill and reach out  to AVTEC staff for assistance. This short video explains the processes and protocols for a healthy and safe start to the new training term:January 2021 Opening Process 

We are in this together so lets gently remind each other when we are not all following these guidelines...questions and concerns can be directed to Cathy LeCompte at 907-224-6150.


As long as COVID-19 remains present in our community and state, we must remain strong and committed to making wise choices.  At this time nearly all AVTEC staff and students are well due to healthy