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TECH PREP and Career Technical Education (CTE) Pathways

Information for High School Faculty and Staff

I work at a high school/R.O.P and would like to know about existing occupational agreements.

Please contact your local high school or appropriate Regional Occupational Program (R.O.P).  Click here for links to programs.

I work at a high school/R.O.P and I have an interest in developing an articulation agreement.

To Start a New CTE Course Articulation Agreement

  1. Fill out the Request for Consideration of NEW Articulation of High School/ROP Occupational Course with Chabot College.
  2. Attach a Course Outline for your class. 
  3. Attach a Final Exam and fill out your part of the. CTE Final Exam Review.
  4. Submit Application for New CTE Course Articulation to Chabot College.

To Renew an Existing CTE Course Articulation Agreement

  1. Fill out the Request for Consideration of  Renewal Articulation of High School/ROP Occupational Course with Chabot College.
  2. Attach a Course Outline for your class.
  3. Attach a Final Exam for your course and fill out your part of the . CTE Final Exam Review-.
  4. Submit Application for Renewal of CTE Course Articulation to Chabot College.

Articulation Agreement Terms and Conditions

In support of the basic principles that no student should be required to repeat instruction for competencies learned and that students shall be allowed to reach their desired education and career goals in an efficient sequence of incremental achievements, the following terms and conditions are agreed upon and approved as part of the formal articulation agreement:

  1. Agreement is valid for 3__, 5__, or _____ years from date of agreement.  Agreements may be discontinued prior to expiration date for the following reasons: 1. Chabot no longer offers the course; 2. By determination of the Chabot discipline faculty.
  2. Consultation will  occur between High School/ROP/CCP instructors and Chabot faculty in the appropriate discipline, including review of final exams administered for the class and both support this articulation agreement.
  3. In order for students to receive articulated credit, the student must:  (1) meet the minimum grade specified in agreement; (2) have a Chabot College application on file during the same time the ROP course is completed; and (3) the college must receive the application for articulated credit within 6 months of completing course or no more than 1 after completing high school.
  4. Each student enrolling in Chabot College shall meet the matriculation requirements in English and Mathematics held for all entering students.
  5. Student transcripts will reflect grade they received from CCP (minus grades are not posted on Chabot transcripts)  and will note that the college credit was received through Credit by Examination (CBE), provided the appropriate boxes are checked off on the application.

Questions?  Please contact CTE Articulation Coordinator at: CC-CTEArticulation@chabotcollege.edu or contact Jane Church, M.S. at jchurch@chabotcollege.edu

 

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