Career and Technical Education
Watch our video highlighting CTE programs in Shelby County Schools
About CTE Programs
Students in Shelby County Schools who plan carefully may be placed in high wage, high skill, or high demand occupations by participating in Career and Technical Education. CTE programs are in all middle schools, high schools, and at the Career Technical Educational Center. Gone are the days of “trade” or “vocational” schools. The programs are much more rigorous, relevant, and aligned with Business/Industry Standards for the workforce of tomorrow. Students have an opportunity to enter the job market with a high-paying skill or they may continue their education. Many of the programs offer articulation and/or dual credit with neighboring post-secondary community colleges.
Shelby County Schools offers a centralized career and technical center open to all students who attend Shelby County Schools through an application process. Visit CTEC for more information about the programs and classes that are offered.
Work Based Learning
- Cooperative Education – Work Based Learning is an opportunity for juniors and seniors to be dismissed early from school and receive school credit for working in the community.
- Julie Godfrey - Supervisor - Phone: 205.682.5251
- Dawn Bone - Career Technical Resource Specialist-Phone: 205.682.5258
- LaJuana Hamer - Career Coach - Phone: 205.682.5923
- Keyla Handley - Career Coach - Phone: 205.682.5631
- Brooke Cleckler - Work Base Lerning Teacher 205.682.5254
- Jodie Temple - Work Base Learning Teacher 205.682.5929
Check out the Career Coaches blog site.
or click this link https://podcasts.shelbyed.k12.al.us/scs-careercoaches/
Did You know?
Did you know you can receive college credit at community colleges in Alabama from some of our career and technical education courses? Read about College Credit
Career Tech offers an email listserv to help keep you informed of what is happening in Career Tech. Join the Listserv Today!
Nondiscrimination Statement and Policy
Shelby County Career Technical Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, homeless status, marital status, non-English speaking ability, or migrant status in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.
Inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies should be directed to:
- Mike Jones, Title IX Coordinator 410 East College Street Columbiana, AL 35051
- Marla Aldrich, 504 Coordinator 2280 Highway 35 Pelham, AL 35124