Prepare for Your Future

  • The face of Career and Technical Education (CTE) has changed, and Fayette County's CTE Programs give students the competitive advantage needed for college acceptance and/or entrance into the workforce.

    With a choice of multiple career pathways and the opportunity to participate in Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs), students have the opportunity to explore their career interests and attain the knowledge and abilities that businesses and industries desire for high-demand, high-skilled, high-wage occupations.

    Check out this electronic dashboard that provides earning information for college graduates one year and five years after graduation.  Information can be viewed by degree type, major, college, or any combination of those choices. 

Contact Us


  • James T. Stanford
    Coordinator of Career and Technical Education
    770.716.1209 x 230

    Melanie Duncan
    Coordinator of Work-Based Learning and Youth Apprenticeship
    770.716.1209 x 229

    Kim Reynolds
    CTE Secretary
    770.716.1209 x 229

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