National Manufacturing Day is returning for Char-Em ISD high school students!

Posted on September 17th, 2019
Regional manufacturing facilities will open their doors for student tours Oct. 8-10, 2019 ‘Several students even asked for employment applications to fill out for when they graduated. We’re very excited to participate in the event again this year.’
– Luke Manthei, The Manthei

MiCareerQuest set for Oct. 18, 2019, for Char-Em ISD students!

Posted on September 5th, 2019
ISD Career Tech staff, partner agencies bring hands-on career expo to spark student career interests Ninth-graders from throughout Char-Em ISD’s 11 local school districts will have the chance to experience dozens of exciting career paths in an amped up career fair known as MiCareerQuest­­…

Char-Em ISD’s Lauren Ringle appointed to state Autism Council

Posted on July 23rd, 2019
Lauren Ringle, Special Education Coordinator with the Charlevoix-Emmet Intermediate School District, has been named to the Michigan Autism Council by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. “In my role as both a teacher and special education coordinator, I have always been passionate about serving individ…

Celebrating Career Tech to Careers!

Posted on July 10th, 2019
Char-Em ISD launches new initiative recognizing students entering the workforce post-graduation ‘We love to hear these stories about students who complete career tech education classes, head out to begin fulfilling careers, and make us all proud.’ BOYNE CITY – A new initiative, Car…

Harbor Springs students earn drone operators’ safety certificates, FAA licenses

Posted on May 31st, 2019
Four students in the unique drone program at Harbor Springs High School have achieved two major milestones – they have received their flight safety certification and also their UAV license from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), two designations that will set them on the path of commer…

Shock Squash 1.0 to the rescue!

Posted on May 16th, 2019
East Jordan High school junior Aaron Nachazel designs unique bike repair device in Career Tech CAD class Mike Cortright needed a device to help him service mountain bike shocks at his Boyne City business, North Country Cycle Sport. Commercial devices cost upwards of $1,000 or more, and Cortright w
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