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Career tech students to present program Tuesday

April 14, 2013

Students in career technology education will present information about opportunities in nontraditional programs in Washington County Public Schools at a public meeting at Hancock Middle-Senior High School Thursday at 5:30 p.m.

The meeting will be held in the school library.

The students will explore the theme “Dare to be Different,” focusing on why they chose nontraditional career technology programs, what they have been learning, their involvement in special projects and the value the programs will have in helping shape the students’ future careers.

Program coordinators want students to consider career technology programs as they schedule for the 2013-14 school year.

The student-led program is part of a broader initiative to create awareness of career technology programs.

Washington County Public Schools and Washington County Free Library are partners with the Maryland State Department of Education’s  Division of Career and College Readiness and Division of Library Services to share resources and information.

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Training materials have been provided to library staff across  the county so they can answer questions from parents, students and the community about career technology programs and opportunities in the county. Career technology students have also been making presentations at various branch libraries in the county.

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