Career Discovery program offered for high school juniors, seniors

This summer, rising high school juniors and seniors will have the opportunity to take part in a five-day, rigorous, hands-on exploration of various academic areas such as Entertainment Technology, Welding, Drafting, and Criminal Justice.

Career Discovery, sponsored by Northeast State’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) program, aims to help high school students discover their career and academic potential within a fun and exciting atmosphere. Students will join in activities at the College and explore careers through industry field trips.

The Career Discovery program will allow CTE students to explore career and academic paths.

Career Discovery will be held June 12-16, 2017. The program is free, but limited to 20 high school students. Participating students will receive a t-shirt, lunch daily, and a $50 gift card for completing the program.

Any current high school sophomores or juniors interested in Career Discovery should speak with their high school’s CTE Principal by March 30. For more information, call 423.354.5297 or e-mail

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