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The Santa Cruz County Career Technical Education Partnership (formerly ROP) provides students with the opportunity to acquire academic, career and technical skills and to prepare for life-long learning and success in the changing workplace.


Dental Assisting Program signups and procedures are now in place for Fall 2019. Click the link above for more information.



Adult Students interested in an opportunity to join the Medical Assisting Class can find the application and information at the above link.




CTEP Students training for Career and College readiness.


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Browse the rest of our site to learn more or click on one of the following links to view a short video from our library on youtube.com.


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High School Students Learn to Build Their Future

When 15 Ponderosa High School students in Sean Patrick's Construction Technology class started building a tiny house last September, they were constructing more than a wooden structure: The Ben Lomond students were also learning to create their own future.
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Note: The Santa Cruz County Office of Education is a sponsor of Monterey Bay Career Connect. Other organizations interested in becoming sponsors can contact MBEP Program Manager Haley Mears.


The Career Technical Education Partnership (CTEP), in collaboration with the Seaside Company, will be offering a Hospitality course at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. This course will be part of the Food Service and Hospitality pathway funded by the K12 Strong Workforce Grant
Interested Check out the Hospitality Course Flyer


JT Healthcare Donates Uniforms

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YFIOB Teachers of the Year

Congratulations to Donna Marie Stahl and Joel Domhoff for being selected as the 2019 Your Future Is Our Business Teachers of the Year. Donna Marie is the Health Careers and Medical Technology teacher at Harbor High School. Joel Domhoff is the Video Production teacher at Scotts Valley High School and Aptos High School. Great job you two! I would also like to thank all of the CTE teachers and students who helped to make this year's event a success.



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