Greenville Career Tech welcomes sophomores


By Andrea Townsend - Director of Career Technology & Special Education



Greenville High School’s Career Technical Education Center will be hosting sophomores interested in the school’s offerings.

Greenville High School’s Career Technical Education Center will be hosting sophomores interested in the school’s offerings.


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Greenville sophomores will have the opportunity to learn about Career Technical Education Center opportunities Feb. 9 and 10.


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GREENVILLE — In the spring of every year, Greenville students select the programs and courses they will take in the following school year.

In the month of February, Greenville Career Technical Education Center (G-CTEC) will be celebrating Technical Education programs and encouraging our student body to enroll in hands-on learning programs, apprenticeships, and work-based learning experiences to gain real skills for the real world.

On Feb. 9 and 10, 2021, G-CTEC programs will host Greenville High School sophomores to introduce them to Career Technical Education opportunities at G-CTEC. The goal will be engaging students and reaching parents with the message that CTE programs provide invaluable learning opportunities that equip students to launch successful careers.

CTE programs bring Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) to life and teach students valuable life lessons like Teamwork, Leadership, and Dependability. At G-CTEC, we offer Technical Education programs that equip students with transferable life skills that can be used to launch rewarding careers. That’s why G-CTEC will host the annual Sophomore Career Fair, to promote enrollment in the Technical Education program offered at our school.

G-CTEC offers 13 different CTE programs including Agricultural Education, Teaching Professions, Careers with Children, Family & Consumer Sciences, Engineering, Automotive Technology, Medical Technology, Interactive Media & Television, Supply Chain Management, Marketing, and Computer Information Systems.

For more information about G-CTEC’s programs or opportunities for students, visit www.greenville.k12.oh.us/CareerTech.aspx or call Andrea Townsend at 937-548-3185 ext. 1301.

Greenville High School’s Career Technical Education Center will be hosting sophomores interested in the school’s offerings.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2021/02/web1_Career-Fair-1.jpgGreenville High School’s Career Technical Education Center will be hosting sophomores interested in the school’s offerings. Provided photo

Greenville sophomores will have the opportunity to learn about Career Technical Education Center opportunities Feb. 9 and 10.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2021/02/web1_Career-Fair-2.jpgGreenville sophomores will have the opportunity to learn about Career Technical Education Center opportunities Feb. 9 and 10. Provided photo

By Andrea Townsend

Director of Career Technology & Special Education