Career Pathways/CTE



SIATech is a proud recipient of the Career Technical Education Innovations Grant. The goal of this grant is to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to transition from high school to employment and postsecondary education. The purpose of this program is to encourage the development of new career technical education (CTE) programs and enhance and maintain current CTE programs.

A free public charter high school from SIATech,
Real Learning for Real Life™

SIATech Career Pathways

  • A network of fully accredited public charter high schools committed to providing a premier reengagement program for Opportunity Youth
  • A California Distinguished School
  • A Gallup High Hope School
  • Flexible,personalized learning environment
  • Career training in conjunction with Job Corps and our WIOA partners
  • Real Learning for Real Life™

Available Pathways

  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Advanced Transportation and Renewable Energy
  • Agriculture, Water and Environmental Technologies
  • Health
  • ICT/Digital Media

Our Pathways Approach

  • Access to onsite SIATech career counselors
  • Career interest surveys and exploration for all students immediately upon enrollment
  • Frequently scheduled field trips and campus visits
  • Match students with career mentors
  • Exposure to local colleges
  • Opportunities for work based learning

Learn more about SIATech’s CTE Advisory Committees. Read More!

A free public charter high school from SIATech,
Real Learning for Real Life™


Latest News/Events

SIATech Los Angeles Youth Leadership Summit SIATech Youth Leadership Summit October 5, 2017 (10/2/2017) - SIATech Youth Leadership Summit at Skyline College THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2017 9:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M. 3300 COLLEGE DRIVE, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066 This interactive youth summit will feature a full day of college and career exposure and will include industry panelists, student panels, breakout sessions and tours focused on science, technology, engineering and math... Read More
SIATech Sacramento High School Student SIATech Career Pathway Internship Leads to Employment (8/9/2017) - Real Learning for Real Life™ One SIATech Sacramento high school student was fortunate enough to be chosen by L & S Framing Inc. for a paid internship last May. Emmanuel Martinez! Through his hard work and interviewing skills, Emmanuel beat out a number of other candidates to earn this position. After the completion of the internship and... Read More
SIATech Names National Team Leaders for 2017-2018 (5/18/2017) -   SIATech’s Learning Support Team announced the National Content Area Team Leads for the 2017-2018 school year. The competition was fierce as many amazing candidates applied.   Congratulations to the following team leaders:   Lisa Romero (LRSIA) will lead the Math Team. Luke Sponsler (SDJC) will lead the Social Studies Team. Ismael Magana (LBJC) will... Read More
SIATech Boyle Heights Careers Pathways SIATech Boyle Heights “30 Days to Shine” (5/4/2017) - East Los Angeles College Instructor Visits SIATech Boyle Heights High School Students from SIATech Boyle Heights Charter High School attended “30 Days to Shine” with East Los Angeles College (ELAC) Instructor, Mr. Flores. Mr. Flores gave students valuable advice on how to prepare for college and career. This class is offered through a partnership with... Read More
Southern California SIATech Students Visit Los Angeles (4/19/2017) - Southern California SIATech Students Visit Los Angeles Youth Leadership Summit #YLSLosAngeles , #CareerPathways, #SIATech Read More   “Youth Leadership Summit Los Angeles” On April 5, students and staff from SIATech El Centro, SIATech South Bay, and SIATech North County commuted to Los Angeles for the Youth Leadership Summit Los Angeles (#YLSLosAngeles). The students were elated... Read More

All SIATech Career Pathways News

"Completing high school is more than amassing credits. It is preparing for what happens next and entering the workforce with skills that are adaptable to a rapidly changing world order. We are tasked with not only recovering disengaged students but instilling hopefulness in them and a belief that they can have a better life."
- Dr. Linda Dawson, SIATech Superintendent/CEO