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AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR AND REFINISHING: Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10: Instruction on: the proper and safe use of all hand and power tools used in the collision repair industry, vehicle construction and nomenclature, basic dent repair, automotive detailing, masking, body panel and surface preparation and basic refinishing techniques.
GRADE 11: Training on more advanced non-structural and structural damage, estimating, damage analysis, welding, plastic and fiberglass repair, body panel alignment, paint matching, mixing and advanced refinishing techniques.
GRADE 12: Structural and non-structural panel replacement, identifying, measuring and straightening frame damage, Identify and repair mechanical and electrical components, auto glass removal and installation; completion of Junior/Senior Project.      EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY:   Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10: Instruction in: wheel alignment fundamentals and service, steering and suspension geometry, steering/suspension fundamentals and service, automotive machine shop, basic electrical/electronic theory and operation, maintaining the engine electrical system, and servicing the automotive electrical/electronic system. Instruction in tool use and safety, equipment procedures, lubrication, automotive machine shop, steering and suspension geometry, 4-wheel alignment, and introduction to braking systems, on-board computer theory and diagnostics.
GRADE 11: Instruction on: training in 4-stroke cycle engine operation, cooling system maintenance and service, automotive machine shop, exhaust system inspection and service, basic electricity/electronics, ignition systems, service and testing of emission control systems, starting and charging systems parts, inventory, and billing procedures, and instruction and use of Alldata information system and Identifix automotive system.
GRADE 12: Instruction on: service and repair of automotive sub-systems in the areas of heating and air conditioning, service and repair manuals, diagnosis and repair of clutch systems, differentials, and drive line components, principles and operation of manual/transaxle, principles and operations of automatic transmission/transaxle, fuel systems, emissions control, automotive machine shop; completion of Junior/Senior Project.
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
CARPENTRY:    Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10:  Introduction to the various hand, power and industrial tools utilized within the shop and jobsite areas.  Hands-on training of construction techniques from the foundation to the roof.  Emphasis placed on the neatness of competency area, teamwork, and the organization of tools.
GRADE 11:  Received instruction on various safety techniques and procedures. The house building and remodeling programs were used as an integral component to overall development. Strong emphasis placed on the construction competency program as well as the importance of safety and teamwork.
GRADE 12:  Strong emphasis placed on the opportunity to participate in the school-to-work program.  Continued house building and remodeling experiences with strong emphasis placed on completing the competency program; completion of Junior/Senior Project.
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
COSMETOLOGY:   Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10: Instruction on: wet hairstyling: shampooing, conditioning, basic haircutting, temporary hair coloring, finger waving, roller sets, pin curl placement, braiding and comb outs. Blow Drying: round brush styling, iron curling, comb-outs, wig and hairpiece styling.  Facials: eyebrow shaping, waxing, manicuring, pedicuring and make-up.
GRADE 11:  Instruction on: salon management, chemistry, chemical hair relaxing, thermal hair styling, roller sets, blow drying, haircutting, permanent waving, waxing, advanced skin care and basic hair coloring, clinic/salon management, junior portion of Junior/Senior project.
GRADE 12:  Preparation for the Massachusetts State Board Exam. Instruction on: salon management/Senior Project, chemical hair relaxing/reconstruction, facials/skin care/cosmetics, hair coloring/special effects, color analysis, sterilization/sanitation, haircutting, clinic/salon management, electricity, client procedure/conduct, anatomy/physiology, salon management, State Board Review/CD review; completion of Junior/Senior Project.
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
CULINARY ARTS:  Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10:  Instruction on basic sanitation procedures, shop steward duties, equipment operation, maintenance and safety, vegetable identification and preparation, salad, dressings and sandwich preparation, hot food production, bakery oven work, bakery merchandising and sales, weights and measures, customer relations, buffet and banquet service.
GRADE 11:  Instruction on gravies, soups and chowders, garnishing and plate presentation, fry station, grill station, griddle cooking, steamer station, sauteing, basic meat cutting skills, introduction to formula baking, mixing, bakery store manager, breads and rolls, sweetdoughs, quickbreads, cookies, introduction to cake decorating.
GRADE 12:  Instruction on specialty soups, bisques and sauces, A La Carte sauteing, kitchen management, advanced cooking methods and techniques, inventory control procedures, menu design, advanced specialty cakes, danish, cream products, puff pastry, meringues, chiffons, specialty sponges, fried dough products, specialty breads and rolls, bakery manager; completion of Junior/Senior Project.
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
DENTAL ASSISTANT:  Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10:  Introduction to: computerized tasks such as word processing documents, scheduling appointments, inventory, insurance forms, and filing; clinical tasks: taking impressions, pouring up models, seating and dismissing the patient, basic management and prevention of dental disease.  Externship: orientation to Tufts Dental School in Boston, including training in infection control and basic operatory management.
GRADE 11:  Clinical dental assisting: concentrating on introduction to chairside assisting, radiology, dental materials, and restorative instruments.   100 hour externship at Tufts School of Dental Medicine working with the undergraduate and postgraduate dental students.
GRADE 12:  Clinical concentration: chairside dental assisting, radiology, patient preparation, and expanded functions.  Clerical consentration: introduction to dental office management.  Externship at Tufts School of Dental Medicine.  
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
DESIGN AND VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS:  Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10:  Study of color theory through the use of watercolor, gouache, pastels, and prisma color pencils and markers; typography and practical implementation of design theory, as well as digital & reflective illustrations; work on a variety graphic design projects and training on up-to-date-software such as: Photoshop and Illustrator, Flash and Introduction to Dreamweaver (Web Design). 
GRADE 11:  Introduction to Ad Agency/ Studio-based assignments such as: Logo Design and Branding, packaging design.  Product advertising, video/filming, product design presentations, flash animation.  Comprehensive layout presentations and critical critiques; digital photography and studio product lighting, Photoshop, Illustrator and Flash computer programs used to produce finished comprehensive presentations.  A greater understanding of the Adobe Creative Suite whic includes: Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Flash, Premiere.  Critiquing and editing professinal artist portfolio.  Awareness of career opportunities in each field.
GRADE 12:  Critical study in specific focus areas for portfolio refinement and final review; completion of Junior/Senior Project.  Advanced Flash, Advanced Dreamweaver, Advanced Illustration, Advanced Photography, Advanced Photoshop and employment skills.
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
DRAFTING AND DESIGN:   Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10:  Introduction to Design, Sketching and Freehand Technical Design, Basic Geometric Construction, Solid Part Modeling, Assembly Modeling, Orthographic Projection/Creating Working Drawings, Measurement, Sectional Views, Auxiliary Views, Electronic Drafting, and Introduction to Rapid Prototyping.
GRADE 11:  Focus was on a variety of architectural and structural projects using AutoCAD as well as Chief Architect to develop plans, elevations, sections and details on a variety of residential and commercial projects. Introduction to architectural theory, layout sketching, building materials, structural requirements, architectural components and building code regulations; development of and maintaining a working portfolio with all weekly projects which included handouts, sketches, notes, Computer Aided 2D drawings and 3D models.
GRADE 12:  Worked on a variety of school approved community projects, larger commercial projects and also developed larger residential projects; focused on practicing and developing competencies; completion of senior project, choice of mechanical, electro-mechanical or architectural based final project; completion of Junior/Senior Project.
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION:   Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10: Course focuses on the introduction to planning and implementing daily activities to appropriately run a preschool classroom.  Curriculum includes lesson planning, the physical, intellectual, emotional and social development of preschool aged children, behavior management and understanding the importance of learning through play.
GRADE 11:  Course focuses on student planning, implementing and directing weekly thematic based units, and organizing and implementing an early learning program.  Furthermore, students work as role models for freshmen during their Exploratory Week.
GRADE 12: Students work towards their Early Education and Care preschool certification, completion of Senior Project, and review the Department of Early Education and Care regulations.
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
ELECTRICITY:   Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10:  Introduction to different types of wiring methods: bell wiring, non-metallic sheathed cable, armored cable, surface metal raceway, electric metallic tubing, and ridge metal conduit; proper use of tools, and safety precautions.  Training on Electrical safety practices, the National Electrical Codes, the Massachusetts Electrical Code, Blue print reading, electrical math, science, circuit drawing and electrical theory.
GRADE 11:  Introduction to wiring methods consisting of PVC bending, installation and residential services; proper use of all tools; hands-on experience working on electrical projects in our school district, continued training on Massachusetts Electrical Code and National Electrical Codes.
GRADE 12:  Trouble-shooting, trace electrical wiring, circuitry, and motor control wiring in the shop vocational area; network and communication wiring;
using safety training of power tools, ladders, pipe bending and wiring skills with new installations within the school as well as our outside work program; completion of Junior/Senior Project.
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
INFORMATION SUPPORT AND NETWORKING:   Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10:  Introduction and use of state-of the-art test equipment to test components and signals in various circuits; basic troubleshooting techniques and troubleshooting skills learned through various hands-on projects.
GRADE 11:  Extensive hands-on experience in installing, maintaining and troubleshooting computer hardware and software; introduction to the body of knowledge required for the Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) A+ Certification Examination.
GRADE 12:  Instruction and hands-on skills to install and configure Windows 2000 Professional and Windows XP Professional; how to maintain the operating systems in a small and large computer environment; prerequisite hands-on skills required for the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Examinations for Windows 2000 Professional and Windows XP Professional; completion of Junior/Senior Project.
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS:   Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10:  Introduction to the areas of: layout and design, electronic imaging, process camera, film assembly techniques, platemaking, duplicator size offset press operation and basic binding/ finishing.
GRADE 11:  Advanced instruction in the areas of layout and design, electronic imaging, process camera and darkroom procedures, contracting, multi-color film assembly techniques, platemaking, offset press operation, and binding/finishing.
GRADE 12:  Hands-on experiences in the areas of advanced electronic imaging, advanced layout and design, advanced process camera and darkroom procedures, multi-color/multi-page film assembly techniques, advanced platemaking, multi-color offset press operation and advanced binding/finishing. Emphasis placed on the development of problem solving techniques and leadership skills; completion of Junior/Senior Project.
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
HEALTH ASSISTANT:  Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10:  Exploration of health careers, theoretical and lab components of medical office assistant and nursing assistant; clinical experience at Wingate Nursing Home; American Red Cross First Aid.
GRADE 11:  Completion of Nursing Assistant course, clinical experience at the Glen Ridge Nursing Facility, Chelsea Soldier's Home and the E. Boston Health Center.  Introduction to Electrocardiography, American Red Cross CPR with AED recertification, Massachusetts Nurse Assistant Certification Examination.
GRADE 12:  Home Health Aide crossover course, CPR and AED recertification, externship at Whidden Hospital, introduction to Phlebotomy, NEFE.  
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING/REFRIGERATION:  Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10:  Instruction on the proper and safe use of all hand and power tools used in the HVAC industry.  Introduction to: Residential Energy Systems, New Construction, Building Envelope, Ventilation, Window Units, Motor Controls & Drives, Five Wire Thermostats, and Blueprint Reading
GRADE 11:  Instruction on: Commercial Refrigeration, Advance Controls, Split Systems, Water Chillers, Reclaiming & Recovery License, Water Towers, Pneumatic Controls, Automotive AC License, Solar Energy
GRADE 12:  Instruction on: Steam & Hot Water Boilers, Oil Burners, Gas Trains, Oil Storage & Distribution, Boiler Water Chemistry, Gas & Oil Furnaces, Heat & Cooling Load Calculation, Prep for State Oil Burner Licensing; completion of Junior/Senior Project.
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
METAL FABRICATION:  Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10:  Welding shop safety; oxyacetylene (welding ,brazing & cutting ); shielded metal arc welding; layout & fixtures; hand rolling; hand tools; material handling; power shear; powered ironworker; shielded metal arc advanced; gas metal arc welding.
GRADE 11:  Welding shop safety; Gas tungsten arc welding (steel, stainless & aluminum); Basic & CNC brake operations; welding codes; powered rollers; cut off milling; plasma arc cutting; carbon arc cutting; advance metal forming; metal finishing; OSHA certification;  fabricating projects from blueprints.
GRADE 12:   Welding shop safety; Flux core arc welding; Dual shield welding; basic metallurgy; testing & inspecting; hard facing; Pipe welding (up & down); pipe fitting layout; CNC plasma cutting; portable welding; structural & maintenance welding; completion of the S.E.N.C.E. program; completion of Junior/Senior Project.
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
OFFICE TECHNOLOGY:   Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10:  Training with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Powerpoint), keyboarding, business projects, business mathematics, management simulations, Accounting 1 (law, management and marketing are roated in each year).  
GRADE 11:  Intermediate Microsoft Office training, keyboarding, business projects, management simulations, Accounting II, introduction to computerized accounting (law, management and marketing are rotated each year).
GRADE 12:  Advanced Microsoft Office training, business project, management simulations, intermediate computerized accounting, Accounting III, completion of Junior/Senior Project (law, management, and marketing are rotated each year).
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.
 
PLUMBING AND PIPEFITTING:   Technical Training and Competencies:
GRADE 10:  Instruction in shop safety and proper use of tools; introduction to plumbing blueprints, installing and testing drainage waste and vent piping, installation and testing of water supply piping, installing water heaters and fuel gas systems.
GRADE 11:  Shop safety and proper use of tools; introduction to residential hydronic heating; participation in the house-building program; and various shop projects and maintenance projects within the building.
GRADE 12:  Shop safety and proper use of tools; advanced areas of the plumbing and heating industry; completion of Junior/Senior Project.
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: Training at all grade levels emphasized the importance of desirable employability skills such as: communication, critical thinking, positive work behaviors; exposure to business, management and entrepreneurship practices, labor laws, legal and ethical considerations, industry standards and the underlying principles of technology.

COOP or JOB COVER LETTER

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Dear _______:

My name is ________________ and I am interested in the ___________ position you advertised on ____________ this morning.  As you will see from my attached Resume, I attend Northeast Metro Tech High School and will be graduating with my 3 year certification in ____________ in June 2014.  

I would welcome an opportunity to discuss the position with you at your earliest convenience.  Please contact me at ___-___-____ after 3:00 p.m.

I look forward to hearing from you.

 

Very truly yours,

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_____________, Admissions Director

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Dear _______:

 

My name is ________________ and I am applying to your university for the Fall 2014 semester. I hope to major in ________________ and have completed my application online.  As you will see from my attached Resume, I attend Northeast Metro Tech High School and will be graduating with my 3 year certification in ____________ in June 2014.  

I would welcome an opportunity to have a personal interview with you to discuss my interest in your college and my passion for the _________ field. Please contact me at ___-___-____ after 3:00 p.m. to set up an interview. I look forward to hearing from you.

Very truly yours,

 

YOUR NAME

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