She shared her excitement about how the attendance of the advisory board meetings has doubled since the fall of 2010. She discussed the upcoming Job Seminar for May 1st and invited board members to sign up to participate.
Wilson also invited the members to have their blood pressure checked by the WBL Healthcare students that were present in the lobby of the conference center.
In addition, she discussed the video developed by Broadcast Video students that was played during lunch, which highlighted the Work Based Learning programs as well as activities in other CTAE departments.
The focus of the meeting was to demonstrate the talents, abilities, and leadership qualities of CTAE students.
Chloe Conway, WBL and Healthcare student, discussed the Healthcare pathway she has taken at CHS and how it has enabled her to work at the hospital as an intern this year as well as participate in dual enrollment through the CNA program at Georgia Northwestern Technical College. Chloe also participated in taking blood pressures for members.
Others that took blood pressures were Jennifer Baggett and Ashley Charles, both of which are also WBL and healthcare students.
Brett Hudson, Video and Graphic Design student, discussed the video that he prepared for the meeting. In addition, he discussed the preparation of the quarterly CTAE newsletter and the design of the agenda and place cards for the meeting, which he learned from Graphic Design.
Noah Bledsoe, FBLA member, presented his speech he gave for Public Speaking at the region FBLA competition on the decline of the institution of business in the USA and how FBLA needed to work to restore.
Janeli Becerra, Early Childhood Education student, discussed her role in the Teaching Competition at Skills USA.
She also described her experiences in the classes she is taking this year which gives her the opportunity to have hands on experience at our primary school. Hope Ankney, Ryan Moss, and Tamia Wade, Public Safety students, did a mock police interview of a home robbery and demonstrated questions police might ask to obtain information about the crime.
Leslie Wood and Katelyn Casteel, Food and Nutrition students, discussed the food labs that they have participated in Food and Nutrition classes.
They prepared homemade cookies for the board members as their gift to take with them. Overall, the students presented an excellent program and received glowing remarks from the CTAE advisory board members.