Upon completion of sequenced courses in the Entrepreneurship Pathway, students are eligible to complete the Industry-Recognized student credential for fulfillment of the End of Pathway Assessment. Secondary students completing the Entrepreneurship pathway will be able to sit for the National Industry Credentialed assessment offered from NOCTI. Once mastery is reached, students will receive recognition for completion and use this credential in conjunction with their job or continuing training.
First year: Introduction to Business & Technology Second year: Legal Environment of Business Third year: Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship students focus on recognizing a business opportunity, starting a business, operating and maintaining a business. Students will align business goals that focus on planning, organizing, coordinating, and controlling the resources needed to produce and provide goods and/or services that lead to owning and operating a small business. They will learn statutes and regulations affecting businesses, families and individuals.
Students are also eligible to apply for the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS). NTHS is the premier honor society for Career and Technical Education students, drawing on their experiences in the CTAE classroom.