Turn Your Dream Into a Career
The mission of Career and Technical Education is to provide all students a seamless education system through competency-based instruction. The structured training each student receives gives him or her the tools needed to be successful in post high school employment and post secondary education including technical school and two and four year college.
CTE prepares students for the future by developing academic and technical skills in high demand, providing career exploration and work-based learning opportunities, and creating pathways leading to future education training or employment.
State funding for Career and Technical Education (CTE) is based on the regular Weighted Pupil Unit (WPU), including incentives to provide CTE in all forty districts. Funding is used to pay for the added costs of instruction for CTE programs. This legislative funding is often referred to as “CTE Add-on.” In addition, local funding in the school districts is also used to support CTE programs.
CTE funding is also supplemented with Carl D. Perkins funding, a federal appropriation. The federal government is highly interested in CTE to prepare the workforce with the academic and technical skills to succeed in a global economy. The additional funding is used to develop new CTE programs and update existing programs for in-demand and emerging careers.
Canyons CTE in the News:
Sandy Journal - Sep 9, 2020
Read about Canyons District high school students who are excelling in their career studies. These students’ aspirations in computing, robotics, and programming are earning them scholarships and prizes.
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Sandy Journal - Oct 12, 2020
Read about adjustments Canyons Technical Education Center’s cosmetology/barbering program has made to continue to offer safe, high-quality service to clients.
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College of Engineering, University of Utah, Facebook Post - Oct 26, 2020
Read about Canyons District high school students who had the opportunity to participate with the University of Utah College of Engineering Outreach Team in some interactive demonstrations and experiments.
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|Patricia Larkin||District CTE Coordinator, Work-Based Learning Lead||801-826-5512|
|Linda Quinn||Administrative Assistant||801-826-5511|
|Canyons Technical Education Center: 825 E. 9085 S., Sandy, UT 84094|
|Emalee Brown||CTE Coordinator, Work-Based Learning Facilitator||801-826-6621|
|Alta High CTE: 11055 S. Hawk Hwy., Sandy, UT 84094|
|Brandon Jacobson||CTE Coordinator||801-826-5641|
|Marlene Slater||Career Center Assistant||801-826-5777|
|Chelsey Neilson||Career Center Assistant||801-826-5640|
|Janet Jefferson||Work-Based Learning Facilitator||801-826-5666|
|Brighton High CTE: 2220 E. Bengal Blvd., Cottonwood Hts, UT 84121|
|Lisa Prudden||CTE Coordinator||801-826-5841|
|Penny Staten||Career Center Assistant||801-826-5843|
|Suzanne Neddo||Career Center Assistant||801-826-5844|
|Eileen Kasteler||Work-Based Learning Facilitator||801-826-5842|
|Corner Canyon High CTE: 12943 S. 700 E., Draper, UT 84020|
|Ben Poulsen||CTE Coordinator||801-826-6441|
|Kimberly Miller||Career Center Assistant||801-826-6438|
|Becky Moore||Career Center Assistant||801-826-6438|
|Chris Morgan||Work-Based Learning Facilitator||801-826-6543|
|Hillcrest High CTE: 7350 S. 900 E., Midvale, UT 84047|
|Kevin Wood||CTE Coordinator||801-826-6041|
|Marcee Quirk||Career Center Assistant||801-826-6040|
|Cher Burbank||Work-Based Learning Facilitator||801-826-6047|
|Jordan High CTE: 95 E. Beetdigger Blvd., Sandy, UT 84070|
|Karma Bateman||CTE Coordinator,||801-826-6241|
|Melissa Colson||Career Center Assistant||801-826-6240|
|Jill Jacobs||Career Center Assistant||801-826-6240|
|Christy Bond||Work-Based Learning Facilitator||801-826-6255|