Career Development and Special Populations Coordinator
Job Descriptions for Career Development Coordinator:
Career Development Coordinators (CDC) support Career and Technical Education (CTE) and coordinate career development services for students participating in CTE. The CDC works collaboratively with administrators, student service personnel, and teachers to ensure the delivery of career development services. CDCs facilitate linkages with parents, business/industry, postsecondary institutions, and community organizations to support students' transition to postsecondary education and employment.
Job Shadowing is an opportunity for students to observe an employee in the role he/she is currently employed. It is an opportunity for students to ensure that they will enjoy or dislike the profession they are considering for their future career.
If you would like your child to participate in Job Shadowing, please complete the form in the link below.
CTE Internship is an opportunity to explore the workforce. This will allow students to learn in the areas of communication, decision making, time management, self-motivation, conflict resolution, leadership and adaptability skills. The students must be able to provide the Career Development Coordinator with the following information to receive 1 credit:
- At least 135 work hours (Paystubs, Timesheet etc...)
- Summary of skills learned during the internship
If your child is currently working and has completed a Career and Technical Education Pathway in the area that he/she is currently employed, your child may be able to receive an CTE Internship Credit.
Please contact me if you have any comments or concerns.
Job Description for Special Populations Coordinator:
The primary function of special populations coordination is to ensure that members of special populations receive services and job training.
Special services are provided for special populations to ensure equal access to recruitment, enrollment and placement activities. These supplementary services are essential to the successful participation of some disabled and disadvantaged students in career and technical education programs. Students with the greatest needs have top priorities for services. Coordination with other service providers reduces the number of direct service contacts and the duplication of efforts. Being non-instructional personnel, Special Populations Coordinators have the major responsibilities for ensuring such coordination.