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There is a lot happening at Tech! Check out the images below of classroom activities, our CTE shops, school events and much more. Images are added often so check back frequently.
Americans are working together in countless ways to support one another during COVID-19. But while the majority of us stay at home, others must continue to work in public spaces providing essential and critical services in healthcare, public safety, construction, information technology, transportation, and human services. Several of those essential workers are North and South Tech graduates. We can't thank you enough! #ThisIsTech#STL#realworldskills#essentialworkers
Our photography students captured moments during the First Annual Build-Off Competition at North Tech. They focused on working with depth of field, portrait, rule of thirds, and symmetry. Check out their work! #ThisIsTech#construction
Joi Dixon, a junior inFashion Design, has taken home first place for creative writing in the Walgreen's Expressions Challenge! Joi’s piece is entitled “I am…” and “is a commentary of the double standards against women and general societal hypocrisy in the modern era." North Tech tips its hat to Joi and her monumental literary accomplishment - what a wonderful way to kick off National Women's Month! #ThisIsTech
Our instructional facilitators spent Friday in Jefferson City, networking with career resource educators from throughout the state with a focus on providing support for students with special needs in career and technical education. #ThisIsTech
This is Culinary Arts! North Tech alumnus Stephen is now working as an apprentice butcher as he follows his post-secondary plan. He has joined the many graduates who are finding fulfilling, lucrative careers in the industry, some directly after high school and others after completing additional education at culinary schools, trade schools, and colleges. Certifications and skills gained are valuable to employers and colleges - and hands-on learning is valuable to students! #ThisIsTech#STL#realworldskills#careereducation#culinaryarts#chef
It was a sheet metal demo day for students in Electrical Trades, Welding, Auto Collision Repair, Precision Machining, and Automotive Technology thanks to our @Boeing mentors. It was great to see 2019 North Tech alumnus Matt Martin, who was hired by Boeing after he completed their Pre-Employment Training Program during his senior year! He joined our mentors today to assist with training. #ThisIsTech#STL#realworldskills#careereducation
Finding out more about careers that interest students while they are in high school is an informative and rewarding experience. And, when students find something they LOVE to do, they can graduate with CTE credits, skills, and knowledge that gives them an invaluable college and career readiness advantage. #ThisIsTech#CTEMonth#STL#realworldskills#careereducation
Graham Kortiz medaled in the Employment Application contest at the East District SkillsUSA competitions - congrats!! #ThisIsTech
Our students spent Friday at @Spire touring their downtown office, meeting with Vice President of Field Operations Timothy Goodson, and participating in mock interviews with HR professionals. Thank you for a great day! #ThisIsTech#realworldskills#stl#careereducation
This is Carpentry! South Tech alumnus Alex Jacobi was ready to join the construction workforce when he graduated from this program. Our students learn safety and advanced skills while working on engaging projects, networking with employers, and visiting job sites. Students also earn entry-level certifications and college and apprenticeship credit. #CTEMonth#ThisIsTech
Career and technical education is often misunderstood as a choice only for students who want to enter the workforce after graduation. National data shows a different reality - the majority of students who concentrate in CTE pursue post-secondary education in colleges and trade schools. CTE helps lead students to education choices that will best support their career goals while giving them the experience and #realworldskills they need to be successful. #CTEMonth#ThisIsTech#careereducation#STL
North Tech's Spring Open House is scheduled for Thursday, March 12th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. - please join us to learn more about the "ThisIsTech" student experience. Invite your friends! #STL#careereducation#realworldskills
This is Law Enforcement! Students like Jade from North Tech are immersed in a police academy preparatory curriculum where they explore and experience the real world of policing. The rigorous mental and physical training offered ensures our students are ready for all pathways from this program, from entering military service to pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice - #ThisIsTech.#CTEMonth#realworldskills#careereducation
This is Precision Machining! South Tech student Wolfgang is not only learning the real world skills of this lucrative trade, but also networking with mentors from Boeing, Ameren, and Spire while exploring the critical work machinists perform across several industries. You can learn more about this program and other advanced manufacturing courses on our website at bit.ly/2UoCpgh. #ThisIsTech#CTEMonth#advancedmanufacturing
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