CTE Expo

The CTE Expo will be held Thursday, May 5th 2022 from 4:30pm - 7pm at Weber Innovation High School.

2022 CTE EXPO

We are holding an incredible event THURSDAY, MAY 5TH called the CTE EXPO for parents and students from ALL schools across the Weber School District grades 5-12. Join us from 4:30 PM - 7 PM! The Expo will feature something for everyone… food, fun, and a celebration of CTE pathways and programs. Students and parents will have hands-on fun activities at every booth in all areas of interest learning about different CTE programs in secondary schools… Business, Teaching, Healthcare, Welding, Design, Construction, Cooking, and Agriculture.  You can also talk with our CTE teachers from all areas, Weber State University & Ogden/Weber Technical College representatives about programs and college credit classes as well as industry partners about high demand career paths and internships that are in our secondary schools in Weber School District.

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Activities

- Construction and Woodworking

- Free Hot Dogs, Homemade Ice cream and Drinks

- Vegetable and plant sale – plant’s grown by our students in WSD Greenhouses

- Showcasing of Welding Projects from Students across the district

- Interior Design & Digital Graphics

- Health Sciences Booth with lung and blood pressure

- 3D Printing projects and other STEM projects (CAD & Design)

- Drone Flying & Aviation/Aerospace (Flight Simulators)

- TV Broadcasting & Video Production

- Baking and Pastry Decoration of cupcakes (decorate your own)

- Outdoor projects & Sewing Projects from the year

- Nursing, Exercise Science, & 3D & Virtual Reality Anatomy

- Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement

- Automation/Robotics and ESports (Game Development & Web Development)

- Teaching as a Profession & Child Development (Day Cares)

- You Science Career Exploration & College & Career Readiness

- Work Based Learning Internships & Apprenticeships

- Weber State Concurrent Enrollment & OTECH

Tiny Home Open House

Come see tiny homes built by Weber School District students.

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