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Physical Address:
6400 Uptown Blvd. NE Suite 590 West Albuquerque 87110 Map

Phone: (505) 855-5284
Fax: (505) 872-8848

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Vision Statement

All student's graduate high school with the skills needed to successfully compete in post-secondary experience to include higher education as well as the world of work.

Mission Statement

To provide teachers with the tools and professional development to adequately educate their students.

General Information

What are Non-Traditional Careers?

Non-Traditional careers are those careers that are generally filled by less than 25% of one gender. Examples of this would be men in nursing or women in engineering.

How Do I Know If a Non-Traditional Field Is Right For Me?

To find out if your interests, abilities, and economic needs match a specific type of career, do your research!

Visit the United States Department of Labor's Bureau of labor Statistics' Occupational Outlook Handbook to find information on careers that interest you. The site will explain the training and education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job, and working conditions.

For Students:
Why Choose a Non-Traditional Career?

It is important for individuals to consider a career based on their own interests, abilities, and needs. A person's gender should not be a determining factor in choosing a career path. If you choose a career field based solely on the idea that women and men are predisposed to being/doing a certain job, you are limiting your options.

Everyone has the right to work in a filed that provides a sense of personal satisfaction, pays family-supportive wages, and matches that individual's abilities and talents. Albuquerque Public Schools and Carl D. Perkins Grant encourage students to explore Non-Traditional career options.

There are advantages for both men and women to consider Non-Traditional Career choices.

Career Technical Education Career Fair 2016

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CTE Career Fair

 

 

Career Technical Education News

CNM SUMMER CAMP:FREE OFFERED BY CENTRAL NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY COLLEGE FRIDAY, JUNE 16 and June 21st For Middle and High School Students

CNM SUMMER CAMP:FREE OFFERED BY CENTRAL NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY COLLEGE FRIDAY, JUNE 16 and June 21 For Middle and High School Students

Posted May 19, 2017

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***URGENT*** Data Needed for PED-STUDENT CERTIFICATIONS AND CTSO'S

Please email your STUDENT’S CERTIFICATIONS IMMEDIATELY! to Gina Dugger

Posted May 18, 2017

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URGENT: Need your active Career & Technical Education (CTE) and Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) support ASAP

URGENT: Need your active Career & Technical Education (CTE) and Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) support ASAP FY2018 CTLP Plan To Advance CTE/CTSOs for Economic Prosperity in New Mexico submitted by Marjorie Gillespie, Board Chairperson ENMU-Career Technical Leadership Project (CTLP) Statewide Advisory Board

Posted May 12, 2017

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Student Certification List Due: Monday, May, 15, 2017

With the end of the year quickly approaching and state reporting coming up we need to have your list of students who have earned certifications.   Please include the students name as it appears on student records as well as their student id number and the name of the certification that was earned.   We need this list no later than Monday, May, 15, 2017. It is imperative that we have this data for state reporting.  

Posted May 10, 2017

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CNM RUNNING START COURSES-FALL 2017

CNM RUNNING START COURSES FLYER Running Start for Careers is a Dual Credit program that enables high school students to get a head start in a career by studying and working closely with local industry partners. Have questions? Email us at cte@cnm.edu or call the Outreach Services Office at 224-3352.

Posted May 8, 2017

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Career Technical Education News
CNM SUMMER CAMP:FREE OFFERED BY CENTRAL NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY COLLEGE FRIDAY, JUNE 16 and June 21st For Middle and High School Students
CNM SUMMER CAMP:FREE OFFERED BY CENTRAL NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY COLLEGE FRIDAY, JUNE 16 and June 21 For Middle and High School Students
***URGENT*** Data Needed for PED-STUDENT CERTIFICATIONS AND CTSO'S
Please email your STUDENT’S CERTIFICATIONS IMMEDIATELY! to Gina Dugger
URGENT: Need your active Career & Technical Education (CTE) and Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) support ASAP
URGENT: Need your active Career & Technical Education (CTE) and Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) support ASAP FY2018 CTLP Plan To Advance CTE/CTSOs for Economic Prosperity in New Mexico submitted by Marjorie Gillespie, Board Chairperson ENMU-Career Technical Leadership Project (CTLP) Statewide Advisory Board