Career and Technology Education
Welcome Students, Parents, Educators, and Business Partners!
CCSD Career & Technology Education programs prepare students for optimal college and career readiness through Programs of Study grouped into 16 clusters based on a common set of knowledge and skills. State recognized CTE programs are offered in middle and high schools throughout the district.
Check out these highlights from the CTE Success Stories page:
Resources for planning field-trips, and other WBL experiences like job shadowing, internships, and youth apprenticeships.
Did you know CTE students have a 90% graduation rate, compared to an average national graduation rate of 74.9%?
Experts project 47 million job openings in the decade ending 2018. About one-third will require an associate’s degree or certificate, and nearly all will require real-world skills that can be mastered through CTE classes.
CCSD’s Career and Technology Education programs help ensure students are College, Career and Citizenship Ready!
High School Students Welcome
Monday, Feb 6th, 2017, 12pm – 3:30pm
CofC TD Arena – 301 Meeting St.
Register for Free
Youth Apprenticeships with local employers are available in the following career pathways:
- Industrial Mechanics
- Emergency Medical Technician
- Machine Tool Technology
- Computer Programming
- Computer Networking
- Culinary Arts
- Medical Office Assistant
- Hotel Operations
Youth Apprentices earn an hourly wage and receive approximately $6000 in scholarships & other support!