Get college and career ready with CTE! Tune into our podcasts to find out how Arlington's Career and Technical Education program can work for you. We will dive into curriculum and talk with teachers, business partners and CTE staff to highlight courses and opportunities for students of all ages. Join Shari Brown to find out why CTE is so important and how the program can help you achieve your career goals.
CTAE Advisory Committee vice-chairs, Dave Remick and Dan Marschall, along with the Director of Career, Technical and Adult Education, Kris Martini, discuss the committee's current initiatives, how the committee supports student learning, and how members of the community can get involved.
This episode highlights how EMT students are preparing for the EMT licensure exam during virtual learning. Saruhan Hatipoglu, the EMT Instructor and VA EMS Education Coordinator at the Arlington Career Center, along with a student in the EMT class, share about their experience teaching and learning in a virtual environment.
Hear from the new CTE Specialist as she discusses her role and how she supports teachers in APS. Also discussed are CTE student resources, student engagement, Workplace Readiness Skills and CTE competencies.
Listen in to learn about this dual-enrollment program and hear student perspective about their experiences completing clinical rotations. Find out how the EMT program at the Arlington Career Center prepares students for college and careers.
In this episode, you will hear first-hand from three of the Career and Technical Education teachers at Thomas Jefferson Middle school who discuss their classes, current projects, career exploration, trends in CTE, project based learning and more. This is representative of the classes offered at all of the middle schools in Arlington.
In part one of this episode, two Arlington Tech students discuss their internship at Stantec, an Architecture and Engineering consultant with an office in Arlington, along with their Mentor Ben Heung and Senior Principal Derk Jeffrey. In part two, Laura Dinardo, the Capstone Coordinator at the Career Center, discusses the program and how it differs from other work-based learning opportunities for students.