Career and Technical Education Program

To lean more about the importance of CTE programs within the community you can visit the site Hands on Michigan. Skilled trades are in high demand due to the aging american population retiring. With shorter education programs it is very affordable and you can receive a certification or associates degree upon completion. These skilled trades do meet a living wage and are hands on. This site has lists of tools and resources for educators, students and community, events, training opportunities, testimonials and career exploration.

RPI Projects

During RPI 2015, WUPPDR collaborated with EUPRPDC and CUPPAD to complete a Career and Technical Education (CTE) Asset Map. Providers, students and the general public can access this U.P.-wide inventory of facilities, programs, and other information via a single access point. Click below to see the asset map.

U.P. CTE Asset Map

During RPI 2016, WUPPDR collaborated with the Gogebic-Ontonagon Intermediate School District’s (GOISD) Career and Technical Education (CTE) administrative staff to conduct a survey of high school students and local business in Gogebic and Ontonagon counties to help identify future CTE program offerings.  Click below to see the results of these survey

GOISD CTE Student Survey 2016

CTE Business Survey