• Welcome to Career Development Services

  • The Career Development Coordinator (CDC) supports teachers and programs within the WS/FCS Career and Technical Education (CTE) Department.

    CDCs coordinate career development services for students participating in school-based Career and Technical Education courses. These include but are not limited to Career Fairs, Internships, Pre-Apprenticeships, Job Shadowing, Guest Speakers, and Field Trips related to CTE pathways.  CDCs facilitate partnerships with parents, business/industry professionals, postsecondary institutions, and community organizations to support students' transition to postsecondary education and/or employment.

    Career Development Coordinators work collaboratively with administrators, student services, and CTE teachers to ensure the delivery of these career development services.

    Career Information and Guidance in planning and preparing for:

    • 2 year, 4 year, or trade/technical college careers
    • Military Service
    • Post High School Job/Career services
    • Summer Jobs/Employment assistance
    • Internships/Apprenticeships
    • Job Mentoring/Mentorships/Job Shadowing
    • Building Business Partnerships 
    • Personal and Professional career skills

     

    What is Career and Technical Education (CTE)? Learn more as you watch this video.

     

     
  • CAREER DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR (CDC)

    KIM HAYES

    EMAIL CONTACT:
    KJHAYES@wsfcs.k12.nc.us

    PHONE CONTACT:
    336-712-4400, EXT. 788140

    OFFICE HOURS:
    MONDAY - FRIDAY
    8:15AM - 4:00PM 

    OFFICE LOCATION:
    500 BUILDING
    (ADMIN HALLWAY)

    Students can complete this Google Form to request an appointment to meet in-person or can choose to communicate by email.

     

  • Winston-Salem Forsyth County School System administers all educational programs, employment activities and admissions without discrimination because of race, religion, national and ethnic origin, color, age, military service, disability, or gender, except where exemption is appropriate and allowed by law.

Last Modified on May 3, 2024