Byrd High School Senior Destini Sweet is a third year Culinary Arts student at Caddo Career & Technology Center. Destini recently learned of a morning position at a swanky local hotel from School-to-Work Coordinator Brad Wren. Destini has worked hard for three years at Byrd, and she has found a little flexibility in her schedule
Check out the link to the story from Marketplace.org. The story was shared by Networking Teacher Paul Miramon. The story profiles Minuteman Regional High School in Lexington, Massachusetts. Students can learn traditional trades like carpentry, plumbing and welding. They can also learn high tech fields such as video game design, engineering, and biotechnology. Students who attend
CCTC’s 3 State SkillsUSA Officers, Derek Delo, Karla Debrae & Kash Keith will go to Lafayette this Friday and Saturday to meet with the other state officers to plan the upcoming Louisiana State Skills USA Fall Leadership Conference November 17-18. The Conference is planned and run by the State Officers. Our 23 chapter officers will be
Former CCTC Principal Chris Weaver returns to the Career Center to present STAR Teaching Professions students with their Emergenetics profiles. “Emergenetics is a measurable, proven way to recognize and apply thinking and behavior patterns people use regularly” (www.emergenetics.com). 15 Teaching Professions students completed an online survey which provided the data for which the profile is
JUMP STARTING JUMP START GRANTS ANNOUNCED Round Two of Grant Program to Increase Internships and Career Counseling for Jump Start Students FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: 10/13/14 Contact: LDOE Public Affairs, (225) 342-3600, Fax: (225) 342-0193 JUMP STARTING JUMP START GRANTS ANNOUNCED Round Two of Grant Program to Increase Internships and Career Counseling for Jump Start Students BATON ROUGE, La.
Culinary Arts instructor Ms. Kat Lara has recently submitted a project to www.donorschoose.org. Ms. Lara seeks funding for culinary board games. Lara said, “These board games will give my students a way to practice what they have learned, review concepts taught, and prepare for the unit cooking activities. Ms. Lara’s students have recently sold breakfast
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