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What We Do
In the Exploratory Tech class, students learn foundational skills and introductions to career pathways to prepare them to be successful in a Career Center Program in their junior and/or senior years.
Exploratory Technology students balance their time between practicing their academic skills and shadowing in all CVCC programs, giving students a chance to explore career pathways and opportunities provided by Career and Technical education.
The Exploratory Technology Program follows a curriculum that emphasizes the development of critical thinking, reasoning, and problem solving skills. Students learn applied academic and technical skills designed to prepare them for success in any technical program at CVCC.
* All Exploratory Technology students will be required
to safely operate hand and power tools as they
complete technical projects. *
Successful students in this program have these academic opportunities available to them.
- A full academic education experience
- Basic First Aid and CPR Certification
- Time spent participating in every program at the Career Center
See the link above to our Program of Studies for further information about this program, including...
- Recommended Reading Level
- Recommended Math Skills
- CVCC Safety Exam
The Barre Unified Union School District / Central Vermont Career Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, and marital status in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities.
The Barre Unified Union School District / Central Vermont Career Center offers additional services to students with limited English language skills or with disabilities so that they may benefit from these programs. Individuals wishing to obtain information about the existence and location of accessible services, activities, and facilities should contact the 504 Coordinator (information found by clicking here).
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The Central Vermont Career Center is committed to providing communication materials that are accessible regardless of ability. If you need information in an alternative format, please call us at (802) 476-6237.
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