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Continuing Education for Personal, Technical, and Professional Growth
Child Care Training - The Child Care Training Coordination Office aims to provide high quality, accessible training and competency exams (in accordance with the Department of Children and Families Guidelines) leading to certified child care professionals who can provide a healthy, safe and nurturing environment for the children of our community. Read More >>
Career and Technical Education (grades 6-12) - Career and Technical Education (CTE) includes middle and high school students taking courses in one of 17 career clusters. These courses are part of an overall program of study designed to prepare students to be successful in a rapidly changing workforce and equip them to make informed decisions about future college and career pathways. CTE offers students opportunities to earn highly valued industry certifications and to develop a multitude of skills while experiencing rigorous curriculum with real world applications. CTE students who complete a Program of Study are eligible for many scholarships, including the Gold Seal Bright Futures Scholarship. Read More >>
Adult Education - Through our Career Pathways model, our programs offer adults the support they need in removing the barriers to higher education and gainful employment. We offer various programs designed to support high school students in credit recovery and GED completion, as well as, adults in obtaining a high school diploma or GED, learning to speak English and obtain U. S. citizenship. Read More >>
High Tech Colleges - Hillsborough County Public School District operates four technical colleges that offer 37 postsecondary certificate programs that prepare students for employment in health careers, business marketing, industrial education and public service. Read More >>