Making the transition from school to the workplace isn’t easy. A group of educators are working to make that process a little easier.
Career Technical Educators from across the state gathered at the New Bern Convention Center before taking a tour of a few places around town that work with CTE. Of of those stops was at the Hatteras Yachts plant in New Bern.
“These administrators are here not only to learn about what the various advances are in career technical education, but also we’re able to showcase some of the partnerships we have here in Craven County and Eastern North Carolina,” said Chris Bailey, CTE Director for Craven County Schools.
CTE works with students to help transition from school to the workplace. In Craven County, CTE offers more than 80 courses that expose students to skills needed to make a proper living for themselves.