Career and Technical Education
Business and Community Partners
At the state level, the CTE curriculum is developed by education, business, and industry specialists to ensure students have the requisite skills to enter the workforce. The Career Education Consortium connects the regional workforce with K-12 schools and supports the preparation for in-demand careers. Local business and community partners advise our programs and support exploration of local career opportunities by hosting field trips, job-shadowing experiences, internships, and participating in career fairs, making presentations, teaching classes, and much more. Thank you business and community partners! Hopewell CTE appreciates your time and support!
Preparing the Workforce
Information to prepare for career and workplace success.
- Work Ready Diploma Seal Initiative
- Top 100 Professions in Virginia
- Top 10 Degree Programs in Virginia by median pay and the education, training, and skills required
- Career Coach Online
- Career Technical Education Student Organizations
- Military Eligibility
- The Occupational Outlook Handbook
- Virginia Wizard
- Work-Based Learning Opportunities
- Work-Place Readiness Skills
Required annual notices to students, parents, and all other stakeholders.
Hopewell City Public Schools provides equal access to all students and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its Career and Technical Education programs/activities. Jermaine Harris, Director of Student Services, has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies.
Email: [email protected]
Availability of Postsecondary Education and Employment Data Published by the State Council of Higher Education of Virginia (SCHEV)Annual notice to enrolled high school students and their parents of (i) the availability of the post-secondary education and employment data published by SCHEV on its website pursuant to Section 23.1-204 of the Code of Virginia and (ii) the opportunity for such students to obtain a nationally recognized career readiness certificate at a local public high school, community college, or workforce center.