Georgia’s Department of Education Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) is preparing Georgia's students for their next step after high school--college, the military, or beginning a career. CTAE offers students more than 130 career pathways within 17 Career Clusters.
Georgia’s Career Pipeline is provided to help Georgia businesses see the availability of young talent in a search area for a type of service or technical skill, and help businesses make important decisions concerning growth, development, and workforce needs.
Using this tool, employers can look up where programs exist related to their business and then get contact information about the Work-Based Learning Coordinator at the school and school system’s CTAE Director. Employers must make contact with the school personnel to create placements because the employment opportunity needs to be matched to the enrollment area of the school and within a reasonable driving distance for the student. CLICK HERE to visit the Georgia Department of Education Work Based Learning website to learn more.