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Career and Technical Education Spotlight

  • Partner Spotlight: Branden Williams

    Branden Williams is the Founder and Executive Director of Seeds to STEM (STS), a nonprofit that works to evaluate, educate, and develop students in STEM-related fields. His organization serves more than 300 students annually through partnerships, including a new one with Dallas ISD Career and Technical Education.

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  • Partner and Student Spotlight: Virtual Internships

    When the ramifications of COVID-19 changed their education plans, several of our partners stepped up to offer virtual internships for our students. Dallas Innovates wrote an article highlighting the work and dedication of both Dallas ISD CTE students and our Industry Partners.

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  • Partner Spotlight: Nora O'Garro

    Nora’s desire to start ACAP through the DFW Professional Chapter of NABA rose from a desire to help minority high school students, especially in Dallas ISD Career and Technical Education (CTE), to reach their potential through a career in accounting and related fields.

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  • Teacher Spotlight: Education, Experience and Passion

    Jennefer Ramirez not only teaches Dental Assisting at the School of Health Professions at Townview, but she is also a graduate of this program. She just finished her 8th year of teaching and has an incredible record in obtaining student certifications.

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  • Partner Spotlight: Black Men White Coats

    Dr. Dale Okorodudu, author and Founder of Black Men White Coats, is a practicing Pulmonary and Critical Care Physician in the Dallas area. His primary goal is to increase the number of traditionally underrepresented students in the field of medicine. Dr. Okorodudu has inspired and continues to work with students at Townview School of Health Professions.

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  • Teacher Spotlight: Working Hard to Make a Difference

    As many teachers took a summer break to recoup from a very different and stressful spring semester, Rosundra Taylor-Smith stayed active within Dallas ISD CTE as a Summer Intern Coordinator. She spent hours working with our summer interns and communicating with employers to keep everyone on track and prosperous.

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