George Haines worked for more than 25 years in the manufacturing world and saw first-hand the value of Career & Technical Education and the many areas where this training is needed. He wanted to assist students pursuing post-secondary education and careers in manufacturing and related fields. In 1994, the George Haines Scholarship was created and has […]
Students enrolled in St. Joseph County Career & Technical Education Consortium programs have gotten off to a great start in regional competitions in Career Technical Student Organizations (CTSO). In the Medical Occupations program, 24 juniors and seniors participated in the Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) contest, with 20 students earning a top-ten finish and […]
Students in the CTE Marketing Class at Three Rivers High School continue to impress! Over 40 students recently competed at the DECA state competition in Detroit, competing against 4,000 of the top marketing students in Michigan. Five students earned the opportunity to compete at the national DECA conference held the end of April in Nashville, Tennessee. […]
Six St. Joseph County students in a CTE advanced graphic design class recently got real-world experience: they designed a business identity — not for money, but for a grade. To read a recent article in the Sturgis Journal, click here.
A recent article in the Sturgis Journal highlights the success of the Career & Technical Education Medical Occupations program. Offered for the past 25 years at Centreville High School as part of the CTE Consortium, this course has been the catalyst for many careers in the health occupations field, including physical therapists, veterinarians, dentists, doctors, […]