CTE Instructional Resources

Communication / Learning Management System
Resource Description
Student Webmail Login
Login to student webmail / Office 365
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CTE Resources

Career Exploration

Choose a career from the CTE program you are enrolled as your elective focus.  Using the resources provided, research the career including:

  1.        Title of Career
  2.        What is the education path and qualifications necessary for this career?
    1.        Education necessary for this job title
    2.        Experience necessary for this job title
  3.        List a sample job description for this career. 
  4.        What skills are needed for this career?
  5.        Average Salary
  6.        What is the current and future job outlook for this career?
  7.        Mentorship is a bog component in education sustainability. Who could be a mentor to you and what other measures    could you take to ensure a long, enjoyable and successful career?
  8.        What are the entry-level positions and opportunities for professional advancements in this career

Please answer these questions. Questions with a * will use the resources and websites provide below.

In addition, each student will answer the questions below and share their self-assessment (of your career class) that includes:

  1.        Why are you personally interested in this career?
  2.        What personal skills and learning style do you have that indicate that you might be suited for this career choice?
  3.        Describe what appeals to you about the career in education?
  4.        What other aspects of yourself assessment have you considered?


Resource Description
Jobs in the Region Click on a Job in our Region
Occupational Job Outlook Occupational Job Outlook Handbook
TN Department of Labor TN Department of Labor Job Search
WorkKeys Test Guides The ACT Workkeys is a workplace skills assessment taken by candidates who have applied for a position for which the employer requires the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC). This credential is received upon successful completion of the ACT Workkeys.
ACT WorkKeys assessments vary in the kinds of skills they measure. Whether taking just one assessment or a series of them, targeted preparation helps individuals, educators, and test administrators know what to expect on test day. There are several ways to prepare and improve your scores.