DC CTE

Career and Technical Education (CTE)

CTE gives students an opportunity to take classes that teach them about specific careers while also providing hands-on experience. CTE works with different companies to create programs for careers of the future. Students will have a chance to work while they learn, earn college credits and get professional certifications in one of CTE’s chosen fields. The Rodham Institute provides CTE students work-based opportunities in the field of health sciences. To learn more about DC CTE, click here

Meet our DC CTE interns. 

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MyStarshiaNewton

My-Starshia Newton

My name is My-Starshia and I am a rising senior at Eastern Senior High school. I have been interning for The Rodham Institute since the Spring of 2022. At the Rodham institute, I manage all social media platforms. Learning about digital media and the intersection of health sciences makes me the perfect health educator. My career goal is to be a pediatric nurse.
HadleyCarr

Hadley Carr

My name is Hadley. I'm a rising senior at Jackson-Reed High School. I have been interning at the Rodham Institute since the Spring of 2022. At the Rodham Institute, I manage Rodham's website. Being able to code in five different languages, I understand how intersection of health sciences and technology enables us to use the website as a vehicle for education. In the future, I will pursue a career in biomedical engineering. 
KieraLucas

Kiara Lucas

My name is Kiara. I am a rising senior at Calvin Cooldige High School. I have been interning at the Rodham Institute since the Summer of 2022. My passion for community engagement has allowed me to assist in the organization of the Ward 5 Education Equity Committee's 3rd Annual Backpack Giveaway. My career goal is to be a forensic scientist.