CTAE

Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education
CTAE


Career inspiration in Pre-K, career awareness in elementary school, career visualization in middle school and career preparation in high school are vital components of one's educational career. Clayton County Public School's, Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) program provides the interdisciplinary and technical skills to every student focused on attaining the knowledge and abilities that businesses and industries desire for high-demand, high-skilled, high-wage occupations.

Students who graduate from high school after successfully completing a CTAE "Career Pathway" are equipped for immediate employment, post-secondary education and life-long learning. In essence, students in CTAE are "college, career and workforce ready" - prepared to compete in the global marketplace.

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Pictured Bottom L-R: Patricia Moses, Shelia Garner (Dept. Chair); Dr. Lorraine Lambert (CTAE Supervisor), Carmela Cooper, MSgt Jimmie Fox; Middle L-R: LtCol Kevin Grill, Felice Williams, Stacey Johnson, Joycelyn Stringer; Top L-R:  Berhanu Dallas, Dr. Doeford Shirley.  (Not Pictured:  Rhonda Carpenter-Powell (Dept. Co-Chair), MSgt Stacie Duck, Pareshia Gipson)

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Shelia Garner
Department Chair
Business & Technology Pathway
Work-Based Learning
All CTSOs
shelia.garner@clayton.k12.ga.us
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Rhonda Carpenter-Powell
Department Co-Chair
Game Design Pathway
TSA Adviser
rhonda.carpenter-powell@clayton.k12.ga.us
Google Website

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