Career & Technical Education (CTE)

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What is CTE?

Career & Technical Education (CTE), previously known as vocational education, provides quality core academic content paired with job-related skills.  This enables a seamless transition to students who desire to further their education or employment after graduation.


Work Based Learning


Nikki Carter
CTE Director
Office at the MiLL
Cell:  719.205.6012
Office:  719.391.3680

Branda Morgan
CTE Programming Coordinator
Office at the MiLL
Cell:  719.205.6012
Office:  719.391.3595

Kathleen Mena
Work-Based Learning Program Coordinator
Office at the MiLL
Office:  719.391.3592

Sarah Anding
CTE Secretary
Office at the MiLL
Office:   719.391.3691

CTE Student Information Compliance Statement:

Widefield School District 3 offers Career and Technical Education (CTE) for all students and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, religion, age, sex, or disability in its programs or activities.  Inquiries regarding nondiscrimination may be referred to the WSD3 Executive Director of Human Resources, as compliance officer, at the Widefield School District 3 Administration Building, 1820 Main Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80911,, 719-391-3015.

Meet Our CTE Staff

Career and technical education staff