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Choose your school's mascot to explore Career Development activities available to you!

  • October 3, 2017 - ETE students from all junior high schools will attend the Chamber's Manufacturing Week field trip. They will be visiting ABB/Baldor, Stainless Innovations, and FFO.
  • October 11, 12, 18, and 19, 2017 - Students in Career Development will be visiting University of Arkansas Fort Smith. They will go on a tour, speak to admissions officers, and discuss the WATC program.
  • November 7, 2017 - The iCan Career Expo will held at the Fort Smith Convention Center. This event will be for all 9th grade students.

Career and Technical Education

Programs of Study

Students can participate in classes that will help them to develop specific career skills. They can earn a certification in these areas and are awarded graduation cords for their completion. We encourage all students to participate in one or more of these programs as they prepare for college and career. 

  • Accounting
  • Business 
  • Finance
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Insurance and Investments
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Mobile Applications
  • Office Administration
  • Programming
  • Photography
  • Unmanned Aerial Systems (Drones)
  • Sports Medicine
  • Construction Technology
  • Family and Consumer Science
  • JROTC
  • Social Media and Communications
  • Teaching K-12
  • Television Production

Resources

 

 

Students should register for the ACT College Admissions Exam as soon as they are ready upon entering the 9th grade. The College and Career Readiness Program will help students to prepare for this exam. Students who are eligible could receive the exam for free; see your school counselor for more details.

 

 

 

 

Tasseltime is another great resource for both students and parents. The login information is available in the counseling office or media center of each school. 

 

Western Arkansas Technical Center is another way for students to become college and career ready by taking career specific courses. The WATC classes are free and allow students to take college credited courses while still in high school. 

Our goal as Career Development Facilitators is to support all students in their efforts to be college and career ready. We encourage students to participate in classes that support their interests, strengths, and career goals.

Amye Chambers – Darby and Chaffin 
achamber@fortsmithschools.org

Stephanie Freeman – Ramsey and Kimmons  
sfreeman@fortsmithschools.org

 

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