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January Award of Excellence

January Award of Excellence

Congratulations to Michael McCall of Wahpeton and Bella Hansen of Oakes!  They are the recipients of the January  Award of Excellence. Michael is a senior enrolled in Agricultural  Education in Wahpeton and Bella is a senior enrolled in Marketing in Oakes.  Congratulations to both!

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Welcome

Welcome

Welcome to the Southeast Region Career and Technology Center website!!!

The Southeast Region Career and Technology Center offers educational programs and support services to students from Ellendale, Fairmount, Hankinson, Lidgerwood, Lisbon, Oakes, Sargent Central,  Wahpeton, Wyndmere, Campbell-Tintah and Richland 44 School Districts.

This cooperation allows you to enroll in classes and enjoy educational opportunities that would not be possible by your school alone.

Career and Technical Education classes can provide you with job entry skills, the background you need to succeed in a wide variety of related occupations, and the knowledge to go on for more education and training at a junior college, college, university or technical college.

Southeast Region Career and Technology classes are held at Oakes, the North Dakota State College of Science Campus, Lisbon High School, Richland 44, Wyndmere, Wahpeton High School, the Center Office at 2101 N. 9th St. in Wahpeton, and over the Greater Southeast Interactive TV System.

About SRCTC – Check out the video created by the Television Production students!

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February is CTE Month

February is CTE Month

CTE_Month_logo_2017_fullcolor_TPWhat is Career and Technical Education?

  • Encompasses 94 percent of high school students and 12 million post-secondary students
  • Includes high schools, career centers, community and technical colleges, four-year universities and more
  • Educates students for a range of career options through 16 Career Clusters® and 79+ pathways
  • Integrates with academics in a rigorous and relevant curriculum
  • Features high school and post-secondary partnerships, enabling clear pathways to certifications and degrees
  • Fulfills employer needs in high-skill, high-wage, high-demand areas
  • Prepares students to be college- and career- ready by providing core academic skills, employability skills and technical, job -specific skills

CTE Works for High School Students

High School students involved in CTE are more engaged, perform better and graduate at higher rates.

  • 81 percent of dropout say relevant, real-world learning opportunities would have kept them in high school.
  • The average high school graduation rate for students concentrating in CTE programs is 90.17 percent, compared to an average national freshman graduation rate of 74.9 percent.
  • More that 70 percent of secondary CTE concentrators pursued post-secondary education shortly after high school.

Today’s cutting-edge, rigorous and relevant career and technical education (CTE) prepares youth and adults for a wide range of high-wage, high-skill, high-demand careers. Check out fast facts below, or learn more with our Policy and Advocacy Publications, State CTE Profiles and the CTE Prepares the Qualified Workforce summary of employment projections.


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SRCTC and CTE at the State Capital

SRCTC and CTE at the State Capital

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On Monday, January 23 and Wednesday, January 25,  Students from the Automotive Technology SkillsUSA program, Construction Technology Program and Wahpeton FFA represented SRCTC and CTE at the North Dakota State Capital. Governor Doug Burgum and many State Representatives from numerous districts stopped by and viewed the current happenings at SRCTC.  Thank you Mr. Andrus, Mr. Steiner, Mr. Spelhaug, Ms. Ziesch and students for a great job and thank you to all that stopped by our tables.

Rep. Alisa Mitskog video

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Our MOTTO

Our MOTTO

Educational Opportunities Through Cooperation and Technology

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Our MISSION

Our MISSION

The Southeast Region Career and Technology Center will:

Be a progressive leader in Career and Technical Education recognized for outstanding customer service

Deliver opportunities that maximize levels of achievement in an environment that motivates and excites students

Develop leaders and outstanding citizens through participation in Career and Technical Youth Organizations

Maintain a positive climate for teaching and learning and cultivate a sense of fair play, hard work, and excellence

 

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Our VISION

Our VISION

To be the leader in best practices of Career & Technical Education in North Dakota.

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SRCTC is now on Twitter and Instagram

SRCTC is now on Twitter and Instagram

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the latest happenings at SRCTC follow us on Twitter @SoutheastRegCTC and on Instagram @Srctc

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