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DPS’ Career and Technical Education Department host state appointed officials to showcase student work and robust curriculum

Detroit Public Schools showcased four of its Career and Technical Education (CTE) Centers on Friday, March 11, during a legislative lunch at Breithaupt Career and Technical Center. The event showcased a variety of CTE programs at DPS high schools, specializing in curriculum ranging from aerodynamics to emergency medical technician course work. Students who participate in the District’s CTE programs are learning skills to prepare them for workforce entry and college readiness. In many instances, students have the opportunity to advance into the examination phase of their desired industry and begin working upon completion of those requirements. Dozens of state appointed officials attended the event to learn more about DPS’ career and college readiness opportunities and meet the students who will soon be

Crockett Patient Care Assisting Completers Ceremony

Crockett Career and Technical Center celebrated its students during the Patient Care Assisting Completers ceremony held on Wednesday, May 20. The celebratory event recognized students who have completed the Pre-Nursing and Phlebotomy programs at Crockett CTC.

Dozens of DPS families attended the Career and Technical Education enrollment fairs on Wednesday, March 25

Detroit Public Schools spotlighted the district’s Career and Technical Education offerings during an after-school enrollment fair at the district’s four Career and Technical Centers on Wednesday, March 25. Visitors experienced hands-on experience in construction trades at A. Philip Randolph Career and Technical High School, the renowned Culinary Arts Program at Breithaupt Career and Technical Center, free health screenings by health professionals and students at Crockett Career and Technical Center and took test flights at Davis Aerospace Technical High School’s in-school flight simulator and more! Families seeking to apply for spots in these schools should apply at the school building site for the 2015-16 school year. The Open Enrollment Period for all schools is April 18-May 1 and include additional opportunities to visit and learn

Detroit Public Schools to spotlight Career and Technical Education during after school enrollment events Wednesday, March 25

Detroit Public Schools will place a spotlight on the district’s Career and Technical Education offerings during an after-school enrollment fair at the district’s four Career and Technical Centers on Wednesday, March 25. A. Philip Randolph Career and Technical High School, 17101 Hubbell St., 4:00-6:00 p.m. On Wednesday, visitors will hear how Randolph students gain a hands-on experience in construction trades. Offerings include business partnerships with industry leaders and a new 9th Grade Career Academy program. Students can earn a high school diploma, an associate’s degree, trade skill certification and paid internships through extensive coursework. Breithaupt Career and Technical Center, 9300 Hubbell St., 3:30-5:30 p.m. On Wednesday, Breithaupt Career and Technical Center students will demonstrate skills used in the restaurant, cosmetology, automotive fields

DPS revamps Career and Technical programming to better prepare students for post-secondary programs, 21st Century jobs

Contact: Steven Wasko at 313-873-4542 Kisha Verdusco at 313-873-8401 steven.wasko@detroitk12.org kisha.verdusco@detroitk12.org Detroit Public Schools revamps Career and Technical Programming Starting this fall, the students in Detroit Public Schools’ 43 Career and Technical Education programs will receive roadmaps called Programs of Study to guide them from ninth grade through post-secondary education and careers. The Programs of Study guidelines are just one of the changes Detroit Public Schools is implementing as it revamps its CTE programs to ensure students are more prepared for the demands of 21st century employment. The announcement coincides with U.S. Department of Education’s Assistant Secretary for Vocational and Adult Education Brenda Dann-Messier’s tour of Davis Aerospace High School and round table discussion at Golightly Career and Technical Center,