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Amelia-Nottoway Technical Center

Cultivating Career Ready Citizens Through Education, Empowerment, & Employment



PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW TO LEARN ABOUT YOUR FUTURE CAREER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


You should become a Cosmetologist!!

You should become a Medical Assistant!


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Nottoway County Public Schools        

Amelia-Nottoway Technical Center

TITLE:   FULL TIME CNA INSTRUCTOR

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

Plan and implement programs for student’s training to become Nursing Assistants; also to teach the skills and knowledge needed to obtain professional certification.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Registered Nurse/Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing

2. State of Virginia license

3. Must be willing to maintain current knowledge of changes in state and federal regulations regarding Nursing

4. Willing to obtain a teaching license through the Virginia Department of Education

Apply on Nottoway County Public Schools Website. 

 Please also fax a resume to Amelia-Nottoway Technical Center at 434-645-1044


It is that time of year, FAFSA Time! Have you completed your Financial Aid (FAFSA) application yet?  Click  the links below for information on how to complete and submit your FAFSA application!

Links:

Federal Student Aid   https://studentaid.gov/

State Council of Higher Education of Virginia    https://www.schev.edu/index/tuition-aid/financialaid/financial-aid-february-2021

Federal Aid Toolkit      https://financialaidtoolkit.ed.gov/tk/

Virginia Education Wizard      https://www.vawizard.org/wizard/financial-aid

If you have questions please contact your home high school (Amelia County High School, Nottoway High, or Cumberland High School. Your School Counselors will point you in the right direction for assistance with financial aid.

Black History & Career and Technical Education

February 27th, 2014   David R. Jones

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION HELPS MALE STUDENTS OF COLOR

When my father Justice Thomas R. Jones was growing up in Brooklyn in the 1920’s, my grandfather forbade him from working with tools, fearing that he might become a “mechanic” rather than a black intellectual. My grandfather’s viewpoint was fueled by the “Great Debate,” between Booker T. Washington, and WEB Dubois.

Now may be the time to revisit the debate, focusing primarily on young men of color who are either dropping out of school or graduating without the necessary skills to acquire well-paying jobs in our labor market. Now is the time to advocate for the expansion and upgrading of what is known as Career and Technical Education (CTE). Not too long ago, CTE schools and programs were part of a second-class system known as vocational education and populated by students for whom we had the lowest expectations. Times have certainly changed.

CTE schools include programs relevant to vibrant and emerging fields - graphic and architectural design, aviation maintenance, culinary arts, computer science, and video production, just to name a few. The ultimate goal of CTE is to provide young people with the basic skills to move into well-paying jobs. CTE programs should act as a pipeline to apprenticeships and good jobs.

The Department of Education should continue to expand these programs, while studying what is making them so effective for young men. At the same time, the next step in the growth of CTE is to raise the bar past graduation to improved college readiness. In order to shed the reputation as an alternative to college preparation programs, CTE schools must place a stronger emphasis on equipping students to excel at the next educational level.


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