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CTE Community Advisory Committee

Community Involvement

Community Advisory Committees 

All CTE programs are guided by the advice of local business leaders. Business owners or employees of businesses share insight on what employees need to know to be successful in the field, what industry standards are expected, how technology is changing in the workplace, and many other related issues.  Advisory committees review program goals, curriculum, and resources such as textbooks, technology, and equipment.

These committees meet twice a year to discuss program planning and share ideas.  Members often play a role in the classroom by providing guest speakers, field trips to their businesses, job shadows, and part-time employment for students.

If you would like to be a part of an advisory committee or would like more information, contact Ray Cone, Career and Technical Education Director.

Job Shadowing and Internships

We are always looking for internships and work experience opportunities for our students. Are you a business owner? Would you like to offer work experience to students exploring your career field? (Experience can be paid or unpaid.)  Please contact Sabrina Underwood to offer an internship or for more information.


More Ways to Get Involved

Contact Ray Cone or any CTE teacher to sign up.

  • Speak in a classroom
  • Present your job or business at a Career Fair
  • Be part of a mock-interview
  • Volunteer to help out in a classroom regularly
  • Become a mentor to a specific student or group of students