1800 Pineville-Matthews Road
Charlotte, NC 28270
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LC: Southeast
Bell Schedule: 7:15 AM - 2:15 PM
Grades: 9-12
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CTE: Career Technical Education

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Welcome to the Providence High School Career and Technical Education (CTE) Department!


Our Providence CTE department aims to prepare students for employment opportunities, advanced education and productive and happy lives. We want to meet students' needs, cultivate their abilities and help them realize their aspirations. Our hope is to expose students to many different career opportunities in many different fields in order to help them figure out which careers are best for them.


At Providence we offer CTE classes in the following areas (see chart below to see the specific classes we offer): engineering, biomedical sciences, horticulture, computer programming, automotive, architecture, business and marketing. In addition to offering classes to expose students to different fields, we also provide exposure in other ways, including career speakers, field trips, and job shadowing opportunities.

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**All students meet with their designated counselor to review and discuss course requests.

 

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Meet the members of the CTE Coordinating Team!!

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Laura Lewin is Providence’s Career Development Coordinator (CDC). Ms. Lewin supports students by setting up career day and lunch and learn opportunities to expose students to different careers, facilitating the CPCC Career and College Promise Program where 11th and 12th grade students can take free classes at CPCC, and helping students find internships and job-shadowing opportunities. For more information about the Dual Enrollment Program at CPCC, please ask Ms. Lewin - her office is off the Mall near the cafeteria, or email her at laurah.lewin@cms.k12.nc.us Also please click on the following link for the Dual Enrollment Program at CPCC: College and Career Promise


Jacqueline Brown is the CTE Pathways Development Coordinator. She communicates, promotes, collaborates, and supports the career pathways offered at Providence High School. Ms. Brown provides technical assistance and support for teachers administering CTE State Assessments and NCCTE Admin. She also acts as the Building Level Coordinator for all CTE Assessments. Please email questions or concerns to jacquelinel.brown@cms.k12.nc.us


Paige Squires is our CTE Instructional Facilitator/coach and our department chair. Ms. Squires provides curriculum management for CTE teachers to support pacing and full content delivery. She will also support instructional development of CTE Career Pathway teachers to achieve targeted outcomes including, but not limited to industry relevant certification attainment by students. If you have any questions or concerns you can reach Ms. Squires at paigem.squires@cms.k12.nc.us.

 

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Business: Mr. Patrick Sahd, Ms. Linda Lewis, and Ms. Candi Showalter.
Marketing: Mr. Brent Carson and Mr. Stephen Peterson.
Horticulture: Ms. Michelle Edens.
Computer Programming: Mr. Donald Mace and Ms. Madeline Drayton.
Engineering: Ms. Allie Spohn and Ms. Danielle Grecu.
Drafting/Architecture: Ms. Thelancy Price.
Biomedical Science: Dr. David Brigham and Ms. Christina Ha.
Automotive: Mr. Chad Rorie. 

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