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Meridian Students Create a Replica of the Iconic A-Team Van
Starkville-Oktibbeha Teacher Academy Students Provide Child Care During Development Days
Tupelo Collision Repair Students Learn How to Give Back
Love of Agriculture and FFA Guides First-Year Teachers in Panola County
Madison County Elementary Educators Teach STEM Through Robotics
Lamar County Culinary Team Captures State Title With Dish Featuring Mississippi Ingredients
Biloxi Health Science Students Study Bone
Anatomy and Repair Fractures in Hands-On Lab
Stone County Students Apply Classroom Concepts to Managing a Successful Business
Junior at Union High School, Union Public School District
Forrest County Agricultural High School, Forrest County School District
Classes taught: Horticulture, Beef Cattle Science, Forestry, Basic Ag, Ag Production I and II, Ag and Natural Resources
Students at the Thomas C. Randle Career and Technical Center in Humphreys County received CPR, first aid, and automated external defibrillator certifications in November.
Vicksburg-Warren School District engineering students made their ideas a reality by crafting and printing designs they first developed in computer-aided design programs.
William (Macky) Morgan, an automotive service technology instructor at Perry County Vocational Technical Center, is profiled.
Hannah Keith, a digital media technology student at Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center, is profiled.
Two Mississippi career and technical education (CTE) centers are using innovative lessons, cutting-edge technology, and hands-on experiences to stimulate student learning as they study health sciences.
Seven donated automobiles are helping Tippah County automotive technician students get under the hood and learn the nuts and bolts of vehicle repair and maintenance.
South Panola Career and Technical Center saw several changes for the 2018-2019 school year, including the addition of an industrial maintenance course.
Two groups of dedicated volunteers pitched in to help clean up and beautify two campuses in the Harrison County School District this summer.
Ocean Springs High School’s JROTC started off the school year by serving their teachers.
Wayne County program develops
specialized job skills through hands-on learning
Industry and Education Combine in Baldwyn’s Advanced Manufacturing Program
Students of the health science classes and the Healthcare and Clinical Services class at the Senatobia-Tate County Career Technical Center successfully completed the first Tate County 4-H Jr. Master Wellness Volunteer Program.
Tupelo Career-Technical Center’s annual Fall Festival Car and Bike Show attracted more attendees this year than in its inaugural event, organizers say.
This September, Jimmy Bateman, a senior at the West Point High School and an engineering student at the West Point Career & Technology Center (WPCTC), earned a perfect score of 36 on the ACT.
Welding students from DeSoto County’s Career and Technology Center West (CTC West) are teaming up with students from Lake Cormorant Elementary (LCE) to help design and build model roller coasters.
Team Simmer Down from the culinary arts program at the College and Career Technical Institute in Pascagoula placed first in the state’s Jr. Chef Competition on Jan. 25 in Jackson.
A Lamar County Center for Technical Education engineering teacher was selected as a grand-prize winner of the Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation Teacher Innovator Awards.
Laurel Offers CTE Workshops for Younger Students
CTE Teachers Participate in Various Summer Trainings
When high school students are planning their futures, deciding between enrolling in college or entering the workforce immediately can be a hard decision for many.
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This spring a Vicksburg-Warren engineering student was recognized as a nominee for the Presidential Scholar Award.
Tupelo Career and Technical Center teachers Brookes Prince and Amanda Walker received National Board Certifications in December.
Early childhood education (ECE) students from Rankin County and Pearl Municipal school districts spent time last year volunteering at the Mississippi Children’s Museum and Hinds Community College’s Early Child Education Center.
North Panola engineering and robotics students visited Como Elementary to teach the basics of robotics.
More than 60 students involved in two Moss Point High School career and technical education classes won Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest and received a $25,000 technology package last fall.
Jackson County Career and Technical Center is celebrating its fifth year of having a Mississippi Excellence in Teaching Program fellow.
Hattiesburg High School’s CTE programs are piloting a partnership with the University of Southern Mississippi (USM) this year to create Hattiesburg Tiger Talks, a program showcasing how CTE classes correlate with postsecondary education.
More than 300 Gulfport High School seniors participated in a career readiness program in January 2018 that prepared them for postgraduate job searches and interviews.
Greenville Technical Center added a new program for the 2017-2018 school year. Teacher academy is the 12th program offered at the technical center, and program instructor Tiffany Jones adopted “Grow our own” as the class motto.
Germantown High School’s Academy of Healthcare Excellence received model career academy status from the National Career Academy Coalition.
Connections is the magazine for K-12 career and technical education (CTE) in Mississippi. The biannual publication features students, educators, schools, and organizations from approximately 50 career pathways across 16 career clusters. This Mississippi Department of Education publication is produced by the Research and Curriculum Unit at Mississippi State University. Issues are disseminated in print and electronic forms in May and December each year.
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