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The mission of Career Technical Education in Hemet Unified School District is to assist schools in providing students with high quality career oriented technical training, the skills necessary for a successful transition to post-secondary education or the workforce, and a desire for learning that will serve them throughout their lives as productive citizens.
 2019 - 2020 Career Technical Education (CTE) Advisory Committee Meetings Dates
 
Career Technical Education (CTE) Advisory Committee Meeting for 2018-2019 school year are held in:
 the Hemet Unified School District Board Room located at 1791 W. Acacia Avenue, Hemet or
the Professional Development Academy's Mustang Room located at 2085 W. Acacia Avenue, Hemet
The meetings start at 5:30 p.m., however we invite you to come at 5:00 p.m. to enjoy a light dinner and visit with our committee members.
       
  • Wednesday, September 4, 2019 - Hemet Unified School District Board Room located at 1791 W. Acacia Avenue, Hemet
  • Tuesday, November 5, 2019 - Hemet Unified School District Board Room located at 1791 W. Acacia Avenue, Hemet
  • Wednesday, February 5, 2020 - Professional Development Academy's Mustang Room located at 2085 W. Acacia Avenue, Hemet
 
 
 *2020 Career Technical Education (CTE) Fair (tentative date)
  March 24, 2020 at Hemet High School from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 
Aspire Community Day School, Hemet High School, Hamilton High School, Tahquitz High School, and
West Valley High School
Industry Sectors and Corresponding Pathways

Offered at the Following Schools

(click on the high school you are interested in) 

UC/CSU Approved

A-G Categories

Colleges Offering Articulation Industry Certification
Industry:  Agriculture & Natural Resources
Pathway:  Agriculture                Mechanics  and        Technology College-Preparatory (g) Mt. San Antonio College (WVHS)
Future Farmers’ of America (FFA),
Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE)
Pathway:  Agriscience HemetWest Valley
College-Preparatory (g)
Laboratory Science (d)
 
Future Farmers’ of America (FFA),
Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE)
Pathway: 
Animal Science
Hemet, West Valley
College-Preparatory (g)
Laboratory Science (d)
Mt. San Antonio College (WVHS)
Future Farmers’ of America (FFA),
Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE)
Veterinary Medical Application
Pathway: Ornamental                Horticulture Hemet Visual & Performing Arts (f)  
Future Farmers’ of America (FFA),
Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE)
Pathway:   
Plant and Soil Science
West Valley Laboratory Science (d) Mt. San Antonio College 
Future Farmers’ of America (FFA),
Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE)
Industry:  Arts, Media, and Entertainment    
Pathway:  Animation
Hamilton,Hemet, West Valley
College-Preparatory (g)
Visual Performing Arts (f)
Mt. San Jacinto College (WVHS)  
Pathway: 
Design, Visual          and Media Arts - Graphic Design
Aspire, Helen Hunt Jackson
Visual Performing Arts (f) (HHJ)
   
Pathway:
Design, Visual          and Media Arts
Visual Performing Arts (f) Mt. San Jacinto College (WVHS)  

 Pathway: Performing Arts

 
Visual Performing Arts (f)    

 Pathway: Performing Arts, Dance/Choreography

West Valley Visual Performing Arts (f)    

Pathway: Performing Arts, Professional Theater

West Valley Visual Performing Arts (f)    

 Pathway:  Production and Managerial Arts

Hemet Visual Performing Arts (f) Mt. San Jacinto College (HHS)  

Pathway:  Production and

Managerial Arts, Film Video Production

Tahquitz Visual Performing Arts (f)    
Industry:  Building and Construction Trades

Pathway:  Residential and        Commercial 

Construction

Hamilton,Tahquitz College-Preparatory (g)    
Industry:  Education, Child Development, and Family Services
Pathway: 
Child Development
Hemet College-Preparatory (g)    
Industry:  Engineering and Architecture
Pathway: Engineering              Design - Civil
College-Preparatory (g)
   
Pathway: Engineering Design - Digital Electronics College-Preparatory (g)    
Pathway: Engineering Design - Computer                Integrated                Manufacturing(CIM) College-Preparatory (g)    
Pathway:  Engineering
Technology-              Robotics
Hemet
Laboratory Science (d)
College-Preparatory (g)
   
Industry:  Health Science and Medical Technology
Pathway: 
Patient Care
College-Preparatory (g) Riverside City College (HHS) CPR Certification
Industry:  Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation
Pathway:  
Food Service and      Hospitality 
College-Preparatory (g)  
State Food Handler's Certification
State/County Food Handlers ServSafe Certification
Industry:  Information and Communication Technology
Pathway: 
Systems                    Programming
Hemet Visual Performing Arts (f) Mt. San Jacinto College  
Industry:  Marketing, Sales  and Service
Pathway:  
Marketing
College-Preparatory (g) Mt. San Jacinto College  
Industry:  Transportation     
Pathway:
Systems Diagnostics,Service and Repair 
Hemet College-Preparatory (g) Mt. San Jacinto College 

Student ASE Certification,

NATEF Accreditation,

AYES Accreditation

 
ADDITIONAL NOT-CTE PATHWAYS
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Industry Sectors and Corresponding Pathways Offered at the following Schools UC/CSU Approved A-G Categories College Offering Articulation Industry Certification (IC)
Industry:  Computer Science
Pathway:  Cybersecurity Hemet College-Preparatory (g)    
Image result for PLTW logo Project Lead The Way
Industry:  Health Science and Medical Technology
Pathway:  Biotechnology Tahquitz
Laboratory Science (d)
College-Preparatory (g)
   
 
Alessandro / Hemet Adult School
Industry Sectors and Corresponding Pathways UC/CSU Approved A-G Categories College Offering Articulation Industry Certification (IC)
Industry:  Public Service Sector
Pathway:
   
CPR
First Aid
Industry:  Manufacturing and Product Development
Pathway:
College-Preparatory (g)   Welding Certification
Information updated on 8/7/19
 Frequently asked questions:
 
Why should students take Career Technical Education (CTE) courses?

CTE courses are sequenced to create pathways for students in a course of study which can lead to  employment and/or post-secondary education opportunities.

 

How are CTE classes taught?

CTE classes are conducted in classrooms equipped to industry standards, or in some cases, actual business and industry locations.

 

Can a student get credit for taking CTE classes?

CTE offers many UC a-g approved courses.  Some are articulated with the local community colleges and offer students the opportunity for post-secondary credit.

 

What is an articulated course?

An Articulated Course is one in which the high school teacher and the college faculty have “formally agreed” that the high school course outline, syllabus, textbook, midterm, and/or final exam are comparable to those in a course of the same major at college and that the final exam score will be used as a credit-by-exam for the comparable college course.

 

Will I get a job?

Your CTE course will include employment job search skill. Many courses offer internships and on-the-job training with local businesses.

 

 

CTE Course Sequencing

 

Students must complete a full pathway in order to receive pathway credit.  Pathways consist of introductory, concentrator, and capstone courses.  Pathways with three courses must complete all three courses.

 

Introductory Course -  A CTE beginning level introductory course that contains introductory concepts required to build foundational and general knowledge.

 

Concentrator Course - A CTE course beyond the introductory level that is intended to provide more in-depth instruction and exploration of a specific industry sector.

 

Capstone Course - The final course in a planned sequence of courses that provides a rigorous and intensive culmination of a course study.