Program

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CTE Pathways


Learn about Career & Technical Education pathways in EBR Schools.

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CTE Instructor Job Openings


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EBR CTEC


Dedicated school site that provides industry-based credentials for technical areas of study.

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Jump Start


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Career & Technical Education Overview

Our programs have been defined as “A series of applied learning methodologies designed to prepare our youth for productive citizenship and lifelong learning,” with a primary purpose of developing a skilled workforce. All students have an opportunity to participate in Career & Technical Programs of Study including, but not limited to, areas of Health Care, Construction Crafts & Trades, Automotive Technology, IT Computer Technology, Culinary Programs, Criminal Justice and Agriculture. Admission requirements for each course can be found in the student course guide/schedule packet of the individual campus where the course is being offered. Please contact the Guidance Counselor at the specific school site for additional information, program requirements and/or any questions you may have.

Additional Opportunities in Career & Technical Education

This course is designed to provide students an opportunity to apply learned skills in the workplace. Career Readiness courses provide students the ability to have successful workplace experiences as they explore jobs in their chosen career field. Paid or non-paid internships provide students with interpersonal skills, leadership opportunities, and workplace ethics.

All students in EBR schools have the opportunity to obtain IBCs (also known as credentials) that are recognized in industries throughout the world. An IBC acknowledges that the required skill levels have been met for specific job standards. All career clusters have varying level IBCs. In Business and Information Technology examples range from office tasks (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) to development of websites, apps, and computer repair. Other IBC examples are craft skills (electrical, welding, carpentry, HVAC, etc.)

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Our mission is to provide an educational system that will afford everyone the opportunity to receive relevant education, work readiness skills, and valued credentials that will prepare students for successful careers in a global economy.

The Office of Career and Technical Education (CTE) is founded on the belief that a productive life includes meaningful work. Career and technical education is a vital part of the total education process of the East Baton Rouge Parish School System. It is essential to every student’s general education to provide opportunities for them to develop creatively, intellectually, and in manipulative areas. Career and technical education instruction provides for development of skills, technical knowledge, insights, attitudes, safety judgement, and related information essential to success in a student’s chosen field of endeavor.

The East Baton Rouge Parish School System and all of its entities (including Career and Technical Education Programs) do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, national origin, disability or gender in its educational programs and activities (including employment and application for employment), and it is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of gender by Title IX (20 USC 168) and on the basis of disability by Section 504 (42 USC 794). The Title IX Coordinator is Andrew Davis, Director of Risk Management (ADavis6@ebrschools.org)-phone (225) 929-8705. The Section 504 Coordinator is Elizabeth Taylor Chapman, Director of Exceptional Student Services (ETaylor@ebrschools.org)–phone (225) 929-8600

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