Career and Technical Education


What CTE can do for you?

Our new CTE video talks about the benefits of taking CTE classes as told by a former student — now general manager — who has been there! Learn why CTE is important to students, businesses, and the community. We thank the Sturgis Area Community Foundation for a grant to allow us to work with Hype Brand Management and produce this high-quality informational video!

Want to learn more?

Watch the SJC-CTE Video to learn more about all ten CTE programs offered by your local high school that you can take for free!

You can still be in CTE this fall!

There is still time to enroll in a 2018-19 Career & Technical Education class before the school year starts August 26. All CTE classes come with:

  • College dual enrollment credit opportunities
  • Plenty of hands-on learning
  • High School graduation credits
  • Learning that interests you
  • A chance to explore real careers!

CTE classes help you explore a career that interests YOU!  Many come with industry certifications to jump start your career. Talk to your high school counselor and apply TODAY!

Click NOW  to apply!

The SJC-CTE Consortium includes Centreville, Constantine, Mendon, Sturgis, Three Rivers and White Pigeon High Schools. It is a service of the St. Joseph County ISD in collaboration with Glen Oaks Community College. After you take a look at the videos, talk to your high school counselor,  or contact the SJC-CTE Consortium.  for more information.

2018 Sophomore CTE Exploration Days @ GOCC

Photo of Sturgis 8th Grade students visit Welding lab at Glen Oaks Community College
Sturgis 8th Grade students visit Welding lab at Glen Oaks Community College