At a Glance Non-traditional students admitted to York County School of Technology attend a Non-traditional Student Day prior to enrollment. During this event, they meet and shadow enrolled and experienced non-traditional students who will serve as mentors to them throughout their high school technical program experience. NOTE: According to the federal law governing and funding … Continue reading Non-traditional Student Day
At a Glance At Western Montgomery County Career and Technology Center (WMCTC), the administrative team and faculty implemented innovative recruitment and marketing strategies to support student enrollment. Description In 2010 WMCTC completed a 38 million dollar total renovation of its facilities and programs. The renovation was expected to spur an enrollment growth. However, without a … Continue reading Western Montgomery County Career and Technology Center: Utilizing Recruitment Strategies and Brand Exposure Techniques to Increase Enrollment
In fall 2017, CCTI developed an engaging 13-minute video to support non-traditional student recruiting efforts. View the video here.
AT A GLANCE The Careers in Construction Alliance is a collaborative effort between Upper Bucks County Technical School (UBCTS), Associated Builders and Contractors Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter (ABC), 500 regional commercial construction employers, and local high schools to promote careers and employment opportunities within the construction industry. This collaboration is funded by ABC. UBCTS was one … Continue reading Promising Practice Upper Bucks County Technical School
AT A GLANCE In an ongoing effort to increase alignment between its career and technical education programs and the stated needs of regional employers, Mercer County Career Center (MCCC) staff leveraged funds obtained through the West Central Workforce Development Board. Resources, including those from a Business Education Partnership (BEP) grant awarded by the Pennsylvania Department … Continue reading Promising Practice Mercer County Career Center
Tri-County Business-Education Partnership Mini-Grant Program AT A GLANCE Facilitated by the Tri-County Workforce Development Board and offered to schools and organizations in Pennsylvanias Armstrong, Butler, and Indiana counties, the mini-grant Program promoted and expanded career awareness activities for students in grades nine through 12. RESULTS / IMPACT Multiple programs funded by the mini-grants impacted several … Continue reading Promising Practice Tri-County
At a Glance Forbes Road Career and Technology Center developed a coordinated and comprehensive recruitment plan to increase student enrollment school-wide in all career and technology education (CTE) programs and to assist the sending school districts in the implementation of their guidance plans. Overview The school recruitment plan includes six strategies. Middle School Career Fair … Continue reading Career and Technology Center Recruitment Plan
At a Glance Eastern Westmoreland CTC hosts an annual day-long event for prospective eighth grade students to build awareness of non-traditional careers and to increase the enrollment of non-traditional students at the school. Overview All eighth grade students from one of the local middle schools attended the CTC for an entire day in the spring … Continue reading Non-Traditional Student Recruiting Day