Career & Technical Education (CTE)
To be career-ready, a person must first effectively navigate the various pathways connecting education to employment. Those various pathways may include Dual Credit, Running Start, Alternative Learning Experiences, Work-based Learning, and Career and Technical Education. These programs provide students with an opportunity to become career and college ready. A career is more than just a job; it can provide financial independence and a rewarding lifestyle. A successful career in our ever-changing global economy requires adaptability and a commitment to lifelong learning, along with attainment of specific knowledge and skills. Snoqualmie Valley’s Career and Technical Education programs will help all SVSD students navigate the pathways so they are ready to find their own fulfilling and rewarding careers.
Mount Si DECA students hosted a Staff Appreciation event before school on Wednesday, November 22nd. This was one of three chapter campaigns the students had selected to complete at a chance to attend the THRIVE Academy at International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, CA.
On Thursday, November 9, the Mount Si High School Pottery Club hosted the SMS Art club in their studio at MSHS to support the club’s mission of building community through the art of pottery.
Students in Mrs. Hawkin's Career & Technical Education (CTE) Marketing class had a tasty lesson this morning. The marketing students held mini-focus groups with students from other classes.
On Sunday, October 29th the Wildcat Production Club hosted the 2023 HorrorFest Film Festival at the North Bend Theatre. This year in attendance there were 5 schools with 44 film submissions.
On Monday, November 6th, 23 Advanced Marketing and DECA Officers attended the Fall Leadership Conference in Bellevue. The conference hosted students from all over the region as a kick-off for the year. Students had the opportunity to participate in Mock Role-Play, Idea to Impact Competition, Mock Job Interviews, and multiple Industry Workshops.