The Schools Fund partners closely with BUSD’s Career Technical Education (CTE) program to provide pathways for success after high school. Click on the links below to see some of the work CTE does throughout the year.
Campers share their experience diving into STEM based curriculum.
CTE’s Photography and Graphic Design classes provide students with access to high quality equipment.
CTE’s Carpentry pathway allows students the ability to work in a state of the art wood shop.
6th graders from the BUSD’s 3 middle schools share thoughts on taking classes in the STEM wheel.
A look into CTE’s Digital Media pathway that offers narrative and documentary film classes.
An overview of CTE’s Mechatronics and Electrical Engineering pathways and what students learn in the program.
CTE’s CAD Design and Fabrication Studio classes guide students through the process of making an idea into reality.
CTE’s Computer Science classes are aimed at giving students technological literacy to navigate the 21st century.
’20-’21 was the first year that CTE offered all 6th graders at BUSD to take classes in the STEM Wheel.
A look into the experience of students, mentors and educators at the Summer ’21 Maker Camp.
CTE’s Summer Robotics camp at Berkeley High gets students ready to dive into the world of engineering.