Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) incorporates core academics with technical and occupational skills to equip the next generation of students for post-secondary education and successful entry in to the workforce.
With the vision “to create a secondary profile of career readiness for Georgia” the Richmond County School System CTAE program incorporates sixteen program areas and thirty-four career pathways in eleven high schools throughout the district providing the skills required to successfully enter the workforce. In order to maintain a curriculum that is reflective of the region’s workforce needs, it is necessary to solicit information from the region’s businesses. Such as assessment will provide an understanding of current trends and enable the Richmond County School System to align the CTAE curriculum with the desired labor market skills.
M. Nanette BarnesDirector of CTAE
Nikia M. Johnson
Al B. Young
Dr. D'Andrea Jackson
WBL/YAP Program Specialist
Dr. Jamie McCord
Program Specialist (Marion E. Barnes Career Center)
Tysley JonesAdministrative Assistant/Bookkeeper
Carla JohnsonAdministrative Assistant