Pathways

What Are Career Pathways?

The high school to College and Career Pathways initiative helps match education and workplace needs through pathways identify and group courses within 13 Career and Technical Education (CTE) Career Clusters of knowledge and skill, linked with specific post-secondary programs culminating in degrees or certificates.

In Utah, there are 34 Career Pathways within 13 career clusters. A complete list of these pathways can be found in the resources listed at the top of this page.

Students use Pathways to investigate a wide range of career choices. Pathways make it easier for students to understand the relevance of required courses and select elective courses more wisely.

What Are The Benefits of Career Pathways?

Students use Pathways to investigate a wide range of career choices. Pathways make it easier for students to understand the relevance of required courses and select elective courses more wisely. Pathways also help students prepare for post-secondary education and training opportunities. Many pathways link with stackable degree programs being offered at many of Utah’s higher education institutions. In addition, students who complete a career pathway will have developed relevant, career-specific, and employable skills.

Each Uintah school district student who completes a career pathway upon graduation from high school will be awarded a Pathway Certificate of Completion from the Utah State Board of Education and a graduation cord. Students will also be recognized for having completed a pathway at the Uintah High School Senior Awards Night held in May of each school year.

Employers partner with schools to contribute to the development of high academic standards that help students prepare for work and help workers keep their skills up to date. Employers gain workers who are prepared to learn new skills, adjust to technological change, and advance their careers.

Parents learn what academic and technical courses their children need for college and a variety of career fields. Pathways and the high standards that go with them reassure parents that their children will be fully prepared for college and the workplace.

Teachers use Pathways to promote programs, increase student participation, and encourage students to persist in training beyond high school.

Employers partner with schools to contribute to the development of high academic standards that help students prepare for work and help workers keep their skills up to date. Employers gain workers who are prepared to learn new skills, adjust to technological change, and advance their careers.

Uintah School District CTE Pathways

Utah CTE Career Pathways

State 34 Career Pathways


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NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION

No district employee or student shall be subjected to discrimination in employment or any district program or activity on the basis of age, color, disability, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status. The district is committed to providing equal access and equal opportunity in its programs, services and employment including its policies, complaint processes, program accessibility, district facility use, accommodations and other Equal Employment Opportunity matters. The district also provides equal access to district facilities for all youth groups. The following persons have been designated as Title IX coordinators to handle inquires and complaints regarding unlawful discrimination, harassment, and retaliation: Rick Johnson, Human Resources Director (435) 781-3100 and/or Julie Wilde, Student Services Director (435) 781-3100. You may also contact the Office for Civil Rights, Denver, CO, at (303) 844-5695.