Learn More About Career Development Center, Innovation Center Opportunities
St. Vrain Valley Schools offers numerous opportunities for students to engage more deeply in their career interests and extended learning through industry certifications, career and technical education training, advanced technology courses, and more.
We invite you to learn more about courses and other programs that are available to high school students across the district.
Click here to view courses and register on Revtrack. The priority registration request window is open until January 7.
Career Development Center
- Learn more: Open House: December 4 from 4 – 7 p.m. at 1200 S. Sunset St., Longmont, cdc.svvsd.org
- 2020-2021 Course Catalog
The Career Development Center (CDC) is the Career and Technical Education (CTE) center for the St. Vrain Valley Schools and is one of eight CTE centers in the state of Colorado. CDC offers classes that provide real-world, hands-on experiences in pathways that are high-wage, high-growth, high-demand, and with a post-secondary trajectory. These pathways provide students with opportunities to acquire knowledge and skills linked with specific post-secondary programs leading to a two-year or four-year degree, and provide students with industry certifications that give them a jump start in their careers. Students can take courses in any of the following focus areas:
- Engineering Technology and Machining
- Health Sciences
- Interactive Media Technology
- Prostart and Culinary Arts
- Welding and Fabrication
Innovation Center of St. Vrain Valley Schools
- Learn more and register: https://innovation.svvsd.org/registration
Student learning at the Innovation Center transcends the traditional classroom and provides experiential opportunities that are developing today’s students into tomorrow’s leaders, innovators, and change-makers. In addition to rigorous extended learning and mentorship opportunities, students gain valuable experience through employment that focuses on designing and engineering technology solutions for industry and community partners. Innovation Center courses provide students with opportunities to receive industry certifications, concurrent enrollment at higher education institutions, and possible internships and hands-on work experience. Students can take courses in any of the following focus areas:
- Innovative Technologies
- Robotics and Computer Science
- Pathways to Teaching