CTE COLLEGE CREDIT

GLOSSARY

APPRENTICESHIP
A workplace opportunity that allows students to learn an occupation and gain practical experience under the instruction of workers in a skilled trade or occupation.
ARTICULATED CREDIT
The ability to earn credit toward high school graduation and receive college credit toward a degree or certificate.
ARTICULATION AGREEMENT
Written agreement between high schools and the Community College District that a specific course content in the high school matches a specific course in the community college. The agreement states the high school course title, the college course title and the amount of credit that the student can earn if his/her grade in the high school course is a "B" or better.
ASSOCIATE DEGREE
Two-year degree that may transfer to a four-year college or university.
CAREER FAIR
A school site event exposing students to an array of careers and colleges. It allows them the opportunity to inquire and learn more about all of their options.
INTERNSHIP
A workplace paid or unpaid opportunity for students to work on-site for a specified period of time to learn about a particular industry or occupation.
MENTORING
A one-on-one workplace or school site relationship during which the mentor and the student work on developing interpersonal skills, job skills, and personal qualities.
TRANSCRIPT
Record of courses and grades taken at an educational institution.
UNITS
Credits you receive for taking a class.
Call Leslie Blanchard at 619-644-7647 with your questions.
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