The District School Board of Collier County, Office of Career & Technical Education (CTE) coordinates and implements career education K-12, all career and technical courses and programs, technical preparation, post-secondary articulation agreements, and school-to-career programs including career shadowing, career mentoring, and teacher externships.
The Office of Career & Technical Education focuses on developing programs and cutting edge curriculum addressing the needs of students entering the job market after high school, or those continuing on to technical schools, community colleges, and universities.
An exciting opportunity in the area of engineering and technology is coming to Collier County on Saturday, March 28, 2015. For the first time, a computer programming competition will be hosted on the campus of Community School of Naples. The competition will challenge students to quickly solve problems using computer programming and logical thinking skills. Students can complete problems using Java, Python, C++ and/or C. The competition is free and open to all local high school students. Students can compete on their own or with a team of up to four people. Whether you're in a computer science course, club, or have learned programming in your own time, we encourage you to attend! For additional information, including sample problems, a schedule of events and registration, please go to the competition website by visiting http://programmingcompetition.org.
Lely High School's Construction Academy builds sheds for Habitat for Humanity with some community help.
Our Medical Career Academies, at GCH and GGG, received an endorsement from Dr. Allen Weiss, CEO & President of NCH HealthCare System, during a recent conference at Hodges University.
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