Frequently Asked Questions
The CDC is committed to career and technical education - we seek to provide learning opportunites that students will apply directly in their future education and careers. Learning is project based and hands-on. Students use state of the art equipment and work with teachers who are experts in their fields.
The CDC helps students to meet graduation requirements through embedded academic credit and applied academic classes. Discuss your specific needs with your school guidance councelor or CDC Guidance. Usually, when there's a will, there's a way!
YES!!! Many of our graduates go on to further education, and many of our programs are designed to prepare students to succeed in college level training. - Articulation agreements with several colleges (agreements to accept and or give credit to students who complete training programs). career planning,guidance services, CDC, jobs, training, education, adult education
- An opportunity to "try out" an area of study
- CDC pre-student questions Interesting and unique experiences that make our students stand out in the crowd
- CDC pre-student questions Skills that can help you find good paying jobs while in school and after you graduate
Sending schools arrange transportation for students attending classes at the CDC.
CDC technical programs provide in depth education and training in a student's field of study. Students who complete programs earn certificates that identify the competencies that student has met.
Not every program will be a good match for every student. We want our students to be successful; therefore we take the time to consider a students interest and likelyhood of success before accepting her or him into a program.
The best way to find out is to visit the center. Tour the facility and talk to the students and teachers in the programs that interest you. Contact CDC Guidance to arrange a visit! You can find driving directions to the Career Development Center here.
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