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Letter from the CTE Coordinator
Dear Santa Clara County Community,
We are in uncharted waters with school shut downs during the Covid 19 Pandemic. Because many will be working with students at home, we wanted to share with you some important free resources from the CDE. Though some of these resources do have a fee for more access, all have free access at basic levels. We hope you take some time to research career choices (Career Zone is an excellent resource) and start touring virtually all your future college and careers. I will continue to update this webpage for more resources in college and career.
http://www.californiacareers.info/Joell Hanson Coordinator, Career Technical EducationProfessional Learning & Instructiona Support DivisionnSanta Clara County Office of Education1290 Ridder Park Drive MC 237San Jose, CA 95131-2305
College Day 2020 10/19 - 10/23
If you missed out on hearing from our Community College Regional Directors industry series webinars on careers in Health, Transportation, Advanced Manufacturing, Information and Computer Technology Business, we invite you to listen to this amazing series. SCCOE is proud to partner with SVEF hosting College Week 2020 – A Superhero's Journey!
To access the recordings please click here or use the following link: https://tinyurl.com/y57j9qdp
SVEF Virtual College Panel
On April 22, 2020, SVEF hosted the "COVID-19 Detour to College Panel" to provide college admissions answers in uncertain times. The virtual panel included college and university leaders sharing insights with over 200 community members. It was the first time UC, Cal State, and community and private college professionals had gathered to share their perspectives on the situation with the community. The discussion included admission updates at the system/school level, information on college requirement changes, changes that will impact graduating students, and financial aid.
For the full panel video please click here or use the following link: https://bit.ly/SVEFCollegeVideo1.
For the most frequently asked questions by click here or use this link: https://bit.ly/SVEFCollegeFAQs
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