Tweet of the Week
Career Technical Education (CTE) expands deep into the communities we serve. Thank you Greenville Senior High School in Greenville, Ohio and the Career-Tech Center for giving back to your community! G-CTEC, @GreenvilleCTC, and FCCLA is a rewarding example of how CTE offers a real high school experience while adding more value to students.
G-CTEC FCCLA students Carleigh Cox, Brittni Walker, and Brooklynn Bush raised over $600 for Darke County Operation Christmas Cheer and donated cleaning supplies & pillows to the homeless shelter. CTE is relevant learning in our community! #CareerTechOhio #CTEMonth #CTEworks pic.twitter.com/XIDssUnGd6
— GreenvilleCTC (@GreenvilleCTC) February 19, 2020
Announcement of the Week
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Video of the Week
This week in video, Advance CTE highlights a third-year cosmetology student at Central High School of Phenix City Schools, @PCBOE. The cosmetology program at Central High School provides real-world skills for students by offering courses in salon safety and sanitation, and fundamentals in hair, skin, nail, and spa techniques.
“Cosmetology is important because you can express who you really are…”
Watch the video here.
Resource of the Week
Milton Hershey School located in Hershey, PA, led a Twitter chat this week using the hashtag, #MHSChat discussing the importance of youth apprenticeships. One resource mentioned by The Partnership to Advance Youth Apprenticeships (@NewAmerica) offered a visual of how the educational needs of each learner can be met while meeting the talent needs of a high-skill and high-wage career. View the infographic here.
Brittany Cannady, Digital Media Associate