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career technical education program

The Career Technical Education Program (CTE) exists to assist students in making intelligent career choices and prepare them for entry and growth in a career field of their choice.

The Glenn County CTE assists school districts in providing high-quality skill training and career guidance to high school students attending public high schools, out-of-school youth, and adults residing within the attendance boundaries of the five participating high schools.

Community members serve on various program advisory committees to ensure meaningful skill training, a varied job market demand and a high potential for student placement in every program offered through Glenn County CTE.

Glenn County high schools are currently participants in the California Career Pathways Trust Grant Consortium with Butte County Office of Education and Butte Community College.

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Butte Community College and the Butte-Glenn Career Pathways Consortium (BGCPC) were awarded $5.8 million competitive grant by the California Department of Education to help students stay in school and move toward college and employment in high-demand fields in Butte and Glenn Counties.

The Butte-Glenn Career Pathways Consortium is a regional, collaborative partnership with Butte College as  the fiscal agent, Butte County Office of Education, Butte County school districts, Glenn County Office of Education, Glenn County school districts, business entities, community organizations and agencies, local workforce investment board, and CSU, Chico.

AEBGC - Glenn Adult Program is a member of the Butte/Glenn Adult Education Consortium.

For more information concerning the Career Technical Education program: Call Linda Riggle, CTE Coordinator 530-936-6980 Ext. 3555