Pittsburgh Public Schools Career and Technical Education (CTE) and Lower Hill Redevelopment Partnership
The Lower Hill Development Team has partnered with the Career and Technical Education (CTE) training program, directed by Angela Mike, for the Pittsburgh Public Schools. The program is designed to serve as a pre-apprenticeship program where students learn the career and technical details of carpentry, engineering, business/finance, cosmetology, healthcare, automobile repair, heating and cooling, entertainment technology and more.
The CTE programs help prepare high school students for careers, learn 21st century job skills, earn industry certifications and college credits and held across a variety of schools, from Westinghouse, Carrick, Allerdice, and seven other schools. Our experts will match their expertise to willing students and teachers, who can align with the Lower Hill Redevelopment project and help shape the careers of students, as they enter the workforce.
The Lower Hill Team was in attendance at the kickoff event, which occurred at the Carpentry Training Center, after which a tour was taken of the facility. Congratulations to the graduates! We look forward to your great future!
Programs of Study include:
Automotive Body Repair
Business Administration, Sports & Entertainment
Early Childhood Education
Emergency Response Technology
Health Careers Technology
Multimedia Production and Coding
Student registration is ongoing. For professionals who wish to donate their industry acumen and experience checkout information on CTE's Occupational Advisory Committee. For more information on the program, cohorts and partnership opportunities go to: https://www.pghschools.org/cte