CTE Opportunities

The following are some opportunities for students to get involved in CTE programs beyond SHHS. Please contact Mr. Frigon with any questions. These programs are not based at SHHS but are examples of how students can get involved in other opportunities.


Public Sector Career Expo 2017

The Public Service Career Expo 2017 on November 8th at Bartle Hall will introduce approximately 3,000 high school juniors and seniors to high-demand and diverse career opportunities available in the public service sector. This hands-on, interactive event will feature more than 50 exhibitors from local government, including police, fire, health, human services, parks and recreation, public works, administration and water services, as well as representatives from colleges, universities and employment resource agencies.
If students are interested, click HERE (Must be filled out by a student logged into their google account).  
Forms must be filled out by Wednesday, October 18th.  If you have any questions contact Mr. Frigon.  


Women in Physics

High school students interested in possible careers in science, technology, math or engineering are invited to attend a one-day mini-conference at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. The high school program is being held in conjunction with the Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP)  and will include panel discussions, workshops, student research talks, and a poster session.
The American Physical Society’s CUWiP program at the University of Kansas is part of a group of regional conferences for undergraduate physics majors that  will be held January 12-14,2018. The primary goal of the conference is to help women continue in physics by providing them with the opportunity to experience a professional conference, information about professions in physics, and access to other women in physics of all ages with whom they can share experiences, advice, and ideas.

Interested students should complete the application form at http://apscuwip.ku.edu/high-school by Friday, November 10.



Students wishing to gain their CNA while they are a high school student can take advantage of a state waiver that takes care of the tuition for the classes through Johnson County Community College or Fort Scott Community College Please see the click on the following link for helpful hints for taking CNA courses at JCCC. Contact Mr. Frigon with any questions.

CNA Enrollment Tips (pdf, 73.35KB)


Female Engineers

If you are a female student who are interested in engineering go to the following website:http://aspire.swe.org/index.php. It has some great information on how to get an early start on an engineering career.


Best Colleges Resource

To get students thinking about their future career paths, Best Colleges created a collection of career guides that highlight several popular and growing job industries including healthcare, STEM, and education. Each resource covers many different roles within the industry and the educational steps required to land that position, as well as, certifications and internships.



Interested in Aerospace? Check out this amazing opportunity in Olathe. If you are interested in becoming a member click on the PDF below to find out how you can belong to this organization.

VenturingCure2190 (pdf, 263.6KB)




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