Communities to Connect at Annual CTE Summit
San Diego County education and business leaders can learn about innovative strategies in college and career readiness at the 6th annual College and Career Pathways Summit, which will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 7.
The event is organized by the Classroom of the Future Foundation, a nonprofit organization and extension of the San Diego County Office of Education that unites business, community, and educational leaders to create innovative learning environments in San Diego County public schools.
The event will bring together education, business, and community leaders, including a high-powered group of breakout session presenters and networking opportunities.
Educator tickets are available for $30 and business tickets available for $150 online through the Classroom of the Future Foundation website. Breakfast and lunch are included.
Since the foundation was established in 1997, preparing students to be successful in the workforce has been central to the identity of the organization. The foundation provides programs, training, curriculum, and opportunities for historically marginalized students to help them discover college and career pathways while developing hands-on skills for high-demand jobs.
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