CTE Transitions Defined - CTE Transitions is a bridge or pathway that connects learning to careers. It provides students with the technical skills, knowledge and attitudes in preparation for high skill or high demand occupations in our current and emerging professions.
CTE Transitions focuses on five objectives: outreach/career exploration, articulation, concurrent enrollment, credit by exam, and work-based learning.
CTE Transitions requires designated community colleges to fund activities related to CTE Transitions objectives with the goal of helping Career Technical Education students’ transition from secondary to postsecondary education and on to the world of work.
If you are a student, please complete the Register for Services intake form to become eligible for individual and group counseling as well as job readiness workshops.
If you are a faculty member, please review all of the features of this program website for use in sharing the information and resources with your students enrolled in career technical certificate programs at our school. You can also request an in-class visit or tour of the Career Center to show your students all of the available services provided through the CTE Transitions program.
On behalf of the entire CTE Transitions program we welcome you to review all of our helpful resources and materials and we hope to play an integral role in assisting with your overall preparation for the world of work
CTE: Learning that works for America
Nationwide, Career Technical Education (CTE) programs are changing, evolving and innovating to better serve the country’s needs. CTE is preparing students of all ages to help drive America’s success and vitality.
This video summarizes the national efforts behind the CTE: Learning that works for America initiative.
CTE: Learning that works for America from NASDCTEc on Vimeo.