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What is Career Technical Education (CTE) ROP

WHAT IS CTE (ROP)?

Career Technical Education (or CTE) is a program of study that prepares students for college and careers through a multi-year sequence of courses within a career pathway. CTE credentialed teachers prepare students for a comprehensive blend of academic, technical, and employable skills that align with today’s competitive degrees and career opportunities. Mustang CTE students experience high levels of academic engagement, and receive evidence-based instruction, certifications, college credit, and work-based learning opportunities.

ROP stands for Regional Occupational Program, a state-funded educational program providing career preparation and guidance to meet identified educational and industry standards with some on the job training. CTE courses are ideal for students that are determining their career focus, seeking a career, or enhancing their current skills. ESGVROP is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

 Why Take A C.T.E. Class?

  • Equity and Access
  • College and Career
  • Earn College Units
  • Earn Academic Scholarships
  • Earn Industry Specific Certifications
  • Gain Work-Based Learning
  • Develop Personal and Professional Skills
  • Experience Real-World Scenarios and Solutions
  • Assist in College/Career Directions
  • Earn College Requirements
  • Enhance College and Job Applications
  • Network with Local Businesses and Industry Professionals
 

Where Are Classes Offered?

  • Walnut High School Campus
  • East San Gabriel Valley ROPTC Campus (West Covina)
  • Various Community Training Sites

 

How Do I Enroll?

  • Talk to a Walnut High School CTE teacher.
  • Talk to your GLC.
  • Request the course during March's preregistration
  • Contact the College and Career Counselor for off-campus classes.