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Career and Technical Education (CTE)


Overview

Career and Technical Education (CTE) is a planned program of courses and learning experiences that begins with exploration of career options, supports academic and life skills, and enables achievement of high academic standards, leadership, and preparation for career and college.
 
2015 Seattle Skills Center Summer School information and application available here.

The 2015-16 City Campus Application is available.  Click here for it 

The Seattle Public Schools' Skills Center will be taking applications for its fourth year! 
Click here for Info


Click here for the 2015-16 Seattle Skills Center Application. 

Seattle Marketing Students Qualify for the DECA International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Florida!   more details to follow

Garfield Robotics Team places first in the FIRST FTC Ritchie League Robotics competition December 13 ...
more details  

Computer Science Students Win at the Winter PSCSTA Competition, December 13 held at Seattle University...more details

Mayor Ed Murray visits Garfield ...
more details

NAF
 Academies in the News

DeAira Handugan honored by SeaHawks!  Click here for more info

Check out Student and Staff awards and recognition! click here

CTE Programs and Courses


CTE program opportunities include information about: individual CTE Courses, Career Academies, CTE Pathways, Programs of Study, City Campus, Skills Center, Tech Prep, Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs), and Inspiring Girls Now In Technology Evolution (IGNITE) opportunities are also included

News, Awards, and Scholarships 


News - announcements, awards, scholarship bulletins, career technical student organizations (CTSOs such as DECA, FBLA, FCCLA, and TSA) and staff awards are listed

Community Involvement in CTE 

Opportunities for community involvement include: serving on advisory committees, classroom speakers, judges for student competitions, job shadows, and internships

Standards, Policies, and Reports 

Standards, School Board Policies and CTE Annual Reports are included here



Contact Us
206 252-0730

Administrative Assistant:
Mark Daniels 
206 252-0733
CTE Manager
Mary Davison
Specialists
Robert Austin
Ag, Arts, Media, Science & Engineering 
Michelle Chaney
Business, Marketing & IT
Myrna Muto
Career and Guidance Services
Joanne Patrick
Academies
Roxanne Trees
Health & Human Services & Family & Consumer Science
Cathi Rodgveller
Nontraditional Counseling
Mission
The Career and Technical Education Department broadens career choices for students, supports and promotes quality instruction, and ensures that every secondary school has a range of CTE offerings for every student, including skill center options.

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