Cooperative Industrial Education
The Cooperative Industrial Education program offered by Northland Career Center is located on two campuses in the Northland: Park Hill High School and Park Hill South High School. The program provides students with the opportunity to develop industrial skills in transcription, organization, information processing, job application, interviews and decision-making. CIE students are also provided a supervised work experience through on-the-job training. Students attend school part of the day and work in the afternoon or evening.
- Communication Skills
- Teamwork and Problem Solving
- Planning and Organization Skills
- Leadership and Group Dynamics
- Safety Practices
Career Opportunities & Wages*
Groundskeeper & Gen'l Construction $ 18.50 - $ 22.84 hr Office Clerk $ 11.92 - $ 14.28 hr Nursing Aide $ 10.58 - $ 12.10 hr Food Processing Occupations $ 10.25 - $ 11.93 hr Childcare Worker $ 8.39 - $ 10.56 hr Animal Care & Service Worker $ 9.16 - $ 10.26 hr
*Occupational Outlook Handbook 2010-2011
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Program Instructor Ron DiBlasi began teaching in 1986 and came to the Career Center in 1989. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Education/Industrial Arts and a Master's Degree in Health and Administration from NW Missouri State University.