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Massachusetts Girls In Trades

Massachusetts Girls In Trades

Applying to Union Apprenticeships A virtual workshop for female students and their parents/guardians. March 10, 2021 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm When:Wednesday March 10 2021 from 6.30 pm to 7 30 pm  Dear Students and Parent Guardians, We invite you to ion us for a svorkshop on...

National School Counseling Week

National School Counseling Week

This week marks National School Counseling Week to recognize the important work of our school counselors who skillfully aim each and every day to support teachers, students, and families. School counseling can be described as a delicate dance, with counselors serving...

STCC Express Day

STCC Express Day

Seniors,   Are you interested in applying to STCC for next school year? Do you want to know if you were accepted within a week of applying? Then join STCC and Pathfinder for Virtual Express Accept Day, Tuesday, February 9, 2021!!! Follow the steps below and you...

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Pathfinder provides a robust program of essential academic coursework to ensure students’ readiness upon graduation to pursue an array of career pathways, as well as prepare students to be successful, independent members of society. Beyond core offerings in English, mathematics, science, and social studies, Pathfinder students may also elect accounting, health and wellness, and foreign language options. In addition to traditional college and career readiness driven academic courses, students may engage in Honors, Advanced Placement, and Dual Enrollment opportunities.

Pathfinder offers a wide range of vocational technical programs. We have expanded our offerings to include 15 unique programs. These exciting programs give students a competitive advantage both in college and in the workforce. Our programs are designed to help students create and follow pathways to a career of their choice.  Pursue your passion and enjoy your education!

The Cooperative Education Program at Pathfinder is an optional experience for seniors and juniors (second half of the school year) having a minimum 1,000 hours in their technical area. Through a cooperative arrangement between the school and employer, the student will receive job placement related to their technical area of study during their “shop week” with wages paid by the employer. To be eligible, a student must have the recommendation of their technical program teachers, meet the required grade, attendance, and discipline standards. The student must also have their OSHA 10-hour card. Some technical areas may require additional certifications prior to entering the program.

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