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Career Technical Education (CTE)

Business Pathways at NHHS

Newport Harbor IB Business Management Pathway

 

Freshman year-Multimedia International Business *UC approved course

 

Junior year-IB Business Management HL1 *UC approved course

In addition to the course curriculum students participate in DECA in their junior year.

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Newport Harbor DECA is a Career Technical Education Student Leadership Organization that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in four fields of business: marketing, finance, hospitality, and management. DECA integrates into classroom instruction, applies learning, connects to business, and promotes competition to prepare the next generation to be academically prepared, community oriented, professionally responsible, and experienced leaders.

http://www.deca.org

 

 

Senior Year-IB Business Management HL2 *UC approved course

In addition to the course curriculum students participate in Virtual Enterprise in their senior year.

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VE is an in-school, live, global business simulation that offers students a competitive edge through project-based, collaborative learning and the development of 21st-century skills in entrepreneurship, global business, problem solving, communication, personal finance and technology.

Drawing on the European tradition of apprenticeships, this multidimensional, experiential learning model, which is part of a global network of student-run businesses in over 40 countries, transforms high school students into independent-thinking business professionals and their classrooms into offices.

https://veinternational.org

 

Juniors: You will graduate high school in one year and three months.  What will you do after?

 

Interested in a good job with a great salary?

 

Interested in skills that will be useful throughout your life? 

 

Try our ROP Construction Technology Pre-Apprenticeship program.

 

In it, you will learn the advanced skills needed for a career in the construction industry.  You will learn how to read blueprints and how to complete basic plumbing, electrical, and masonry jobs.  You will learn to install glass, tile, flooring, and drywall.  You’ll also learn basic carpentry and roofing skills.   

 

Construction Tech is offered to all NMUSD seniors during 1st period at Estancia High School.

 

For further information or to apply, current juniors should see Mrs. Shannon in Room 155, call her at (949) 515-6309, or email her at kshannon@nmusd.us

 

Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to learn valuable hands-on skills.

 

Click on the video to learn more about the opportunities open to Newport Harbor High School Students.

Newport-Mesa Unified School District Career Connection Program

Career Connections: Giving H.S. Students a Head Start to a Solid Future

Career Connections is a program at Estancia High School, that is also open to Newport Harbor High School students. It’s a program created by today’s professional carpenters for the benefit of tomorrow’s professional carpenters. Newport-Mesa Unified School Districts' program is partnered with the Southwest Carpentry Training Center in Buena Park. 

 

Address: 

Buena Park Training Center

7111 Firestone Blvd.
Suite 137
Buena Park, CA 90621-8447 US

Phone: (714) 571-0449
Fax: (714) 571-0747


Email: bptc@swctf.org
Training Center ID: 1286

 

 

Connections is designed specifically for high school students to introduce them to the craft and trade of carpentry. Student learn skills, but they also learn about the trade as a career choice.

 

Learn more about

Career Connections

Watch this short video!

“Carpentry is a viable alternative to college, and our goal with this program is to give schools across North America the tools to present that option to their students,” said Carole O'Keefe, coordinator of the program for the UBC. "As a result, Career Connections is one of the UBC’s most valuable recruiting tools.”

 

Career Connections authors are UBC carpenters from around North America who have both teaching and field experience. Before adding a project to the program, the projects are first built and tested in UBC training centers.

The program is presented to teachers by trained and certified Outreach Specialists—also veteran carpenters with teaching and field background. They support the instructional experience through mentoring, ensuring safe shop practices, speaking to groups, or arranging for professional speakers such as contractors or manufacturers.

 

One component of the program is "One Trade, Many Careers," which focuses on skills that research shows employers value most: Goal setting, good attitude, punctuality, teamwork, and taking initiative. It also introduces the typical construction job site. Other programs are basic and intermediate carpentry skills, residential construction, safety, blueprint reading and math review.

A major feature of the program is teacher support. Lessons are accompanied by a Teacher Annotated Edition with rubrics for each project, grading guides, a safety operation checklist, a skills matrix, and estimated lesson times. 

 

    

 

Coastline Regional Occupational Program