Eisenhower High School celebrated Career and Technical Education Month® in February by hosting its fourth annual Career and Technical Education (CTE) Showcase. The school’s senior class officers along with the CTE Department coordinated the event for campus students.
The showcase raised awareness about how CTE programs are preparing students with the technical and employable skills necessary for career success.
Students also got to speak with representatives from various companies who were looking to hire for summer jobs.
Event organizers send a special “thanks” to H-E-B for providing lunch as well as Chick-fil-A and AXA Advisers for donating gift cards. Much appreciation goes out to Harris County Constable’s Office Precinct 1 for supporting the event. Constable Alan Rosen’s staff made the Criminal Justice pathway a popular stop for students.
Aldine ISD offers 16 career pathways. Students also have the opportunity to obtain industry certifications. Visit the Career and Technical Education web pages to learn about the programs. Individuals can email Franklin Higgins, director of CTE, at [email protected] or call (281) 985-6646.
To learn more about the CTE programs offered at Eisenhower HS, community members can reach out to the campus by calling (281) 878-0900.
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