Teachers in motion

Careers in Education: Satisfaction guaranteed

Photo by LORETTA JACKSON Nashua’s Kalea Hancock, 17, a senior, pauses in teaching some math skills by counting plastic veggies with little Olivia, a student at a preschool located within Nashua High School South where juniors and seniors are completing their teacher training through the school’s Nashua Technology Center and its Careers in Education program, one of 15 Career and Technical Education courses through which CTE students can learn trades that offer an immediate entree into employment upon graduation.
Photo by LORETTA JACKSON Purple Panther Preschool teachers, standing from left, Nicole Robinson, director; Angela DeRusha, a teacher with special education credentials; Martine Cloutier, instructor of the Careers In Education first-year classes, and Judy Loftus, instructor of the program’s second-year classes, begin the day with a welcome for some young students, standing from left, Jonathan, Braylen, Olivia and Isabella, seen here with classmates, seated from left, Joshua, Quinby, Julio and Autumn.
Photo by LORETTA JACKSON A masterpiece in progress is accomplished by a budding artist, Julio, whose teachers are students in the Careers in Education program offered through the Nashua Technology Center’s “Careers and Technology Education” classes, a set of 15 trade courses offered to juniors and seniors from regional high schools.

Careers in education are in full embrace by juniors and seniors who are mastering teaching techniques at the Nashua Technology Center.

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