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Know the rules in NC before you start working!!

What is YouthRules ?  Check out this website by the Department of Labor to learn more!

Need a work permit to start working? Click Here


College Foundation:  Helps you plan, apply, and pay for college         www.cfnc.org

 Future for Kids:  Website is an online career exploration tool that connects to high school students  http://www.f4k.org/

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Career Choices in NC:  Includes career self-assessments, career profiles, training choices, resume, cover letters, and job seeking/keeping skills.  Copies of the newspaper are located in the career center and available online


Karen Davis

Career Development Coordinator (CDC)

Career development is a process that involves students, parents, teachers, counselors, and the community.  The goal of a Career Development Coordinator is to help students make good decisions about themselves and their future. 

Access information on this page for career interest and learning styles surveys, youth employment certificates, job applications, resumes & interviews, and career planning. The Career Development Coordinator (CDC) is available to assist students with all aspects of career planning as well as CTE internships. The CDC assists students to identify career interests to explore.  The CDC works closely with the members of the staff and local business community to provide work-based learning opportunities to students and to assist with the school-to-work transition.

I am here to assist students, parents, teachers, and employers. Please let me know how I can help you!

STUDENTS... there are many Career and Technical opportunities available to you at Croatan High School!  Check out the Career and Technical Student Organizations: DECA, FCCLA, FBLA, FFA, HOSA, Skills USA, and National Technical Honor Society.  These clubs support the CTE courses and allow students to become leaders and be involved in community awareness, as well as expose students to state and regional competitions/workshops that can lead to scholarship opportunities! 



Ward Bradshaw - PLTW Teacher

Robin Cavanaugh - Health Science Teacher, HOSA Advisor

Karen Davis - CDC

Zach Davis - Trade and Industry Teacher

Margo Fulford - Family and Consumer Science Teacher

Gray Kittrell - Trade and Industry Teacher

Amanda Lewis - Business Teacher, FBLA Advisor

Jason Salter - Agriculture Teacher, FFA Advisor

Myra Thomas - Family and Consumer Science Teacher, FCCLA Advisor

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The mission of NC secondary Career and Technical Education is to empower all students to be successful citizens, workers, and leaders in a global economy.