CCED + CCSD 01.17.17

Local Companies Host 150+ CCSD Educators for Professional Development Visits

On Jan 17, over 150 educators from schools throughout CCSD participated in “Career Shadowing Externships” for their professional development. Educators visited local companies to see their facilities, learn about what they do, and understand what they look for in new employees.

Here are a few pictures from the educators’ visits:

January 17 Educators’ Externship Hosts:

Amazon / CreateSpace
Berkeley Electric Cooperative
Charleston County Economic Development
Charleston County Government
Charleston Dorchester Mental Health Center
Charleston RiverDogs
Disabilities Board of Charleston County
Hendrick Automotive Group
J & J Insurance
Kiawah Island Golf Resort
Liollio Architecture
LS3P
Mungo Homes
Scientific Research Corporation
South Carolina Aquarium
South Carolina Ports Authority
SPAWAR
Steinway Piano Gallery
The Art Institute of Charleston
Verizon Customer Service Center

Educators from the following CCSD schools participated:

A. C. Corcoran ES
Academic Magnet HS
Advanced Studies Magnet West Ashley
Baptist Hill Middle High School
Belle Hall ES
Buist Academy for Advanced Studies
Burke HS
C. E. Williams MS
Chas County School of the Arts
Drayton Hall ES
E. B. Ellington ES
Feierson ES
Fort Johnson MS
Garrett Academy of Technology
Goodwin ES
Harbor View ES
Haut Gap MS
Hunley Park ES
James Island Charter HS
James Island ES
James Simons ES
Jane Edwards ES
Jennie Moore ES
Jerry Zucker MS
Laing MS
Lambs ES
Liberty Hill Academy
Military Magnet Academy
Minnie Hughes ES
Moultrie MS
Mt. Pleasant Academy
Mt. Zion ES
North Charleston Creative Arts ES
North Charleston HS
R.B Stall HS
Sanders Clyde EMS
St Andrew’s ES
Sullivan’s Island ES
Thomas Cario MS
Wando HS
West Ashley HS
Whitesides ES
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St. Johns High Announces 17 Student Professional Certifications in the Hospitality and Tourism Program

Johns Island, SC — St. Johns High School is honored to announce that 17 students enrolled in the Hospitality and Tourism Program earned their Guest Service Professional Certification from the American Hotel & Lodging Education Institute.

In addition to the classroom training that began in October, students in the Hospitality and Tourism Program have benefited from visits for training at Kiawah Island Resort and additional professional development training from representatives at Charleston County Parks and Recreation, Trident Technical College, and Palmetto Community Action Partnership.

St. Johns High is honored to recognize the following students for their accomplishment:

  1. Angel Arriaga
  2. Ahleah Bonneau
  3. Latisha Cuthberth
  4. James Grant
  5. Emoni Mack
  6. Jailah Mack
  7. Essence Middleton
  8. Alexander Salgado
  9. Curtis Smith
  10. Sole Stanley
  11. Jamara Tillmon
  12. Talaisha A. Wright
  13. Daneisha Gladden
  14. Khamil Green
  15. Tyleah Legare
  16. I’muniqe McDade
  17. Angelica Zamudio

For more information about the American Hotel & Lodging Education Institute’s Certified Guest Service Professional program, visit https://www.ahlei.org/Programs/Guest-Service-Gold%C2%AE/.

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CCSD High Schools Partnering with Chamber for Career Academies

Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce

With 39 programs in 11 CCSD High Schools, the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce “Career Academy” initiative is kicking off the 15/16 academic year with strong partnerships for CTE programs throughout the district.

Thanks to all the terrific business partners that have agreed to invest their time and support in Charleston County schools!

Link to MORE INFO on Career Academies, including the list of business partners already committed to help.

Here is a list of the programs with Career Academy partnerships by school:

Academic Magnet HS

  • Computer Science

Baptist Hill MHS

  • Business Information Management

Garrett Academy of Technology

  • Health Professions

Lincoln MHS

  • Building Construction
  • Culinary

Lowcountry Tech Academy  

  • Computer Science

Military Magnet Academy

  • Culinary Arts
  • Computer Science

North Charleston HS

  • Engineering
  • Graphic Design
  • Culinary Arts
  • Health Professions
  • Law Enforcement
  • Business

St. Johns HS

Charleston School of the Arts

  • Fashion Design and Apparel Construction

R. B. Stall HS

  • Engineering
  • Health Professions

Wando HS

  • School of Mathematics Science and Engineering
  • School of Business and Information Systems
  • School of Arts and Humanities
  • School of Health Human and Public Services
  • Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
  • Business Information Management
  • Arts and Communications
  • Government and Public Administration
  • Manufacturing
  • Finance
  • Education and Training
  • Health Science
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Human Services
  • Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
  • Information Technology
  • Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
  • Marketing

West Ashley HS

  • Engineering
  • Mechatronics

 

 

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New Hospitality and Tourism Management Academy at St. John’s High School

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On Tuesday August 4th, partners from throughout the community gathered in support of the new Hospitality and Tourism Career Academy at St. John’s High School.

This event was attended by students, parents, business partners, educators, and community members.

School principal Mr. Andre Dukes welcomed the attendees, and introduced Mr. David Scott who will lead the new program.

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St. John’s High School is 1 of 12 Charleston County School District Schools starting various Career Academies in the 15/16 academic year in cooperation with the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce.

New CCSD Superintendent Dr. Gerrita Postlewait welcomed the new academy and praised all that made it possible.

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St. John’s High School alumnus Michael Blake from The Sanctuary Hotel on Kiawah Island shared his inspirational story from classroom to the leadership team at a 5 Star property.

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Following the program, there was time for networking and hors d’oeuvres – several business partners involved in the new program brought table top displays and giveaways for students and parents in attendance.

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Special thanks to Kiawah and the Sanctuary Hotel for providing a terrific assortment of tasty fruits, cheeses, and other finger foods.

Click to review the Event Flyer 

Additional pictures from the event: