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By Tony Ault
Staff Writer 

Career Technical Education Fair offers student pathways to technical careers

 

Last updated 3/15/2018 at 11:15am

Tony Ault

Hemet High School junior Chynna Kifer and Tahquitz High School senior Samantha Gudiel show the arm structure they are learning about in the Career Technical Education Pathway classes in health science and medical technology at the schools at their CTE Fair table, March 7, at Hemet High School. Gudiel, using her CTE pathway medical skills, recently saved the lives of two children.

Hundreds of Hemet Unified School District students took the opportunity to meet with teachers and instructors of the district's Career Technical Education classes to help them decide if they want to pursue technical career during the CTE Fair Wednesday, March 7, at Hemet High School.

The students and parents were provided a self-guided tour map so they could visit with the technical education pathway instructors and their student peers from classes offered at the districts high schools and local colleges at stations on the Hemet High campus.

They could learn about careers in sports medicin...



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