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2021 – 2022 Course Offerings (including fees associated with each program)

2020-2021 10th Grade Career Expo Presentation

Brochures

Career Pathway Program Booklet – New for 2020-2021!

Reasoning, Math and Language Skills Requirements Per Program

School Calendar 2020-2021

 

2020 – 2021 Virtual Tours

  • Take our Automotive and Manufacturing Career Cluster Tour! This tour includes Robotics and Automated Technology, Welding Technology, Automotive Technology, and Collision Repair Technology.


  •  Take our Healthcare Career Cluster Tour! This tour includes Allied Health and Veterinary Science.


  •  Take our Business, Computers, and Protective Services Career Cluster Tour! This tour includes Business and Technology Professional, Networking and Cybersecurity, and Protective Services.


  • Take our Arts and Human Services Career Cluster Tour! This tour includes Cosmetology, Commercial Art, and Culinary Arts.


  • Take our Construction Career Cluster Tour! This tour includes Construction Technology, Electrical Technology, and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning.

 

 

Student Success Coordinators

EASTERN provides each school with a Student Success Coordinator who is the counselor liaison on all student matters.

Please click on the link above for the name of your Student Success Coordinator.

 

Career Expo

Letter to Principals

Career Expo Visitation Letters/Permission Forms for Parents:

The Career Expo schedule displays the presentation dates chosen by each participating school, as well as follow-up dates. If you have not yet submitted your date and time for the in-school presentation, please contact Amy Shields at 215-784-4806 or ashields@eastech.org.

Click here for student registration links for all 15 programs.

All students who are interested in visiting EASTERN are asked to complete this student interest survey.

Should your school prefer a recorded Career Expo presentation for 2020 – 2021, please feel free to share this Zoom recording with your 10th and 11th grade students:


Subsequent cluster tours will be provided on the following dates:

Subsequent cluster tours will be provided on the following dates:

  • Friday, March 12, 2021 from 9 – 10 a.m. – Construction Careers
    (Construction Technology, Electrical Technology, and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning)
  • Friday, March 19, 2021 from 9 – 10 a.m. – Business, Computer & Public Safety Careers
    (Business and Technology Professional, Protective Services, and Networking and Cybersecurity)
  • Friday, March 26, 2021 from 9 – 10 a.m. – Health Sciences Careers
    (Allied Health and Veterinary Science)
  • Friday, April 9, 2021 from 9 – 10 a.m.- Transportation & Manufacturing Careers
    (Automotive Technology, Collision Repair Technology, Robotics and Automated Technology and Welding Technology)
  • Friday, April 30, 2021 from 9 – 10 a.m. – Arts, Human Services and Hospitality Careers
    (Commercial Art, Cosmetology, and Culinary Arts)

Open House will be held Sunday, March 7, 2021 from 1 – 3:30 p.m.  Snow date is March 14.

 

Dual Enrollment

Students in Allied Health, Business and Technology Professional, and Networking and Cybersecurity have the option to be dually enrolled with Montgomery County Community College (MCCC). This means that students in those programs are being taught the same college curriculum being taught at MCCC. These students are considered MCCC students, can obtain an MCCC ID, and take advantage of the college library and campus tutoring services.

  • Allied Health students can earn up to 3 credits.
  • Business and Technology Professional students can earn up to 9 credits.
  • Networking and Cybersecurity students can earn up to 12 credits.

Students/parents will be solely responsible for tuition and fees. Students can still enroll in these programs should they choose not to participate in dual enrollment.

 

Secondary to Post-Secondary Pathways

Dual Enrollment, Traditional Articulation Agreements, and State-Wide Articulation Agreements:

All EASTERN students have the opportunity to go college, often with credits earned while at EASTERN. Through state-wide articulation agreements, students can earn up to nine credits!

See the growing list of college opportunities for our students!

Students are now eligible to receive college credits through their NOCTI testing:

1. If a student (or teacher) accesses the list of Cooperating Colleges/Universities on the National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS) website and the contact person listed is not correct, please notify NOCTI and we will work with the NCCRS to attempt to obtain the corrected contact information.  NCCRS is working through an updating process with each of the 1500+ institutions listed.

2. If a student is denied credit by one of the cooperating colleges/universities, a request for assistance form may be completed and NCCRS will work with the college on the student’s behalf.

 

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