Career and Postsecondary Partnerships

Pathways to Higher EdCareer and Postsecondary Partnerships (CPP) comprises:

  • Partnerships with businesses and higher education institutions.
  • The following Maryland Career and Technology Education career clusters:
    • Arts, Humanities, Media and Communication
    • Business Management and Finance
    • Human and Consumer Services, Hospitality and Tourism
    • Education, Training, and Child Studies
    • Information Technologies

To learn more about these career programs of study visit the Career Programs of Study Resource Center

Career Explorations

College/Career Research and Development

College/Career Research and Development (CCRD) is a 2-year program of study that empowers students to create a vision of the future through high quality academic, technical, and workplace skills necessary to pursue education and employment in a career field of their interest.  The CCRD program of study satisfies the career development graduation requirement upon the completion of the 3-course sequence.  Students who complete the program will master the high school Core Learning Goals (Learning, Thinking, Communication, Technology, and Interpersonal) as stated in the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) Maryland School performance Programs Skills for Success.   

Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC)

The Junior Reserve Officers Training Corp (JROTC) program develops citizenship, leadership, self-discipline, and sets forth a foundation for success.  Students may select either the Army JROTC program offered at Magruder High School, or the Navy JROTC program offered at Gaithersburg, Kennedy, Paint Branch, and Seneca Valley high schools.  Absolutely no military obligation is required; however, upon graduation, students can gain advanced military pay grades.  Reserve Officer Training Corp and military academy scholarships may be available for qualified students.   

Internships

The internship program provides the students with the opportunity to experience the business environment while under the expert supervision and guidance of a professional.  Exposure to a chosen career field before graduation may assist in making a career choice while earning high school credit.  This paid or non-paid position integrates the professional work environment with classroom skills.  The seminar component focuses on pertinent skills, through speakers, discussions, and the collaborative sharing of information. Seventy-five hours of concurrent internship experience are required for each one-half internship credit.
 

Career and Postsecondary Partnerships Distinguished Business Partners  

 

Contact Us

To learn more about various student focused programs, activities, projects and initiatives under the umbrella of Career and Postsecondary Partnerships (CPP), contact:

For Staff

SharePoint sites for curriculum and program materials.

These sites are password protected. 
Contact: Dr. Genevieve Floyd for access.

Career Programs of Study

Middle School Curriculum