MIJTED | Career and technical education in Yavapai County

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Mountain Institute gets Yavapai County high school students started on the path to a variety of exciting careers with training, college credit and multiple certification options.

Mountain Institute, a Joint Technical Education District (JTED), does this by offering enhanced Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses that students take while concurrently attending high school. It’s not just for public school students either; we encourage charter school and home school students to get their careers started by enrolling in JTED programs.

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There are many career programs at MITJED, including Aviation Technology, Drafting and Design, and Medical Assisting.
We have a campus located in Prescott and Prescott Valley as well as many satellite campuses at local high schools.
We offer Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses for Western Yavapai County students concurrently attending high school.
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MIJTED congratulates the BMHS-JTED DECA members for competing in various events at the DECA District Career Development Conference last week. Bradshaw “brought it” to the Districts with 10 first place medals and 20 medalists overall! A special congratulations to Dakota Brown, Kloe Decker, Grace Poitras, Sydney Rittershaus, Rhianne Woodruff, Aaron Bowman, Preston Lefteroff, Mark Madler, Luke Poteat, and Brannon Walters for “bringing home the gold” with first place medals! Way to go DECA Bears! Next stop, State Conference!

Update on MI JTED Year 1 Allied Heath courses. As we move into the spring semester, MIJTED has proposed a few new options to ensure the success of our students and that they still have the opportunity to complete their programs and earn industry certifications. JTED staff has worked diligently over the holiday break to create new opportunities and revise our current partnerships with Yavapai College. These efforts have provided different challenges and opportunities to grow, yet preserved the quality of programming offered to JTED students.

For the spring 2018 semester we are offering the following opportunities:
• We will keep both morning and afternoon cohorts for all year 1 and year 2 students.
• All year 1 Allied Health students who did not pass, did not complete the semester, or withdrewfrom their courses, will be offered a course taught by an MIJTED teacher.
o JTED Instructed course –Will be taught by a MI JTED teacher with Dual Enrollment for PHE 153. Both a morning and afternoon sections.
• Students who passed all 3 courses of the fall semester will have 2 options.
o YC instructed courses – During the Afternoon section only, with a reduced credit load.
o JTED Instructed course –Will be taught by a MI JTED teacher with Dual Enrollment for PHE 153.

MI JTED will be providing a letter with full details about these updates on the first day of class as well as registration information. Please share the following information to your peers.

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