Preparing students to be successful in the workplace

  • College & Career Readiness implements, updates and maintains technical programs that meet industry need as well as prepare students to be successful in the workplace.

    Programs offered must meet the state criteria of high-demand, high-wage occupations which give students opportunities to credential and move into the workforce or continue their education at either a technical or four-year college.

    The Tuscaloosa City School system does not discriminate on the basis or race, color,national origin, sex, disability or age in its program and activities, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: Assistant Superintendent for General Administration Dr. Mike Daria or Executive Director of Human Resources Dr. Deron Cameron regarding any complaint of sex discrimination practices or any noncompliance with Title VII or Title IX requirements; Director of Student Services Dr. Janet Sherrod regarding inquiries concerning the Tuscaloosa City School System’s compliance with the regulations implementing Title IV, Title VI, The American Disability Act (ADA) or Section 504.

Worlds of Work

  • Worlds of Work (WOW) will again be at Shelton State Community College sometime in the near future.


    On display will be many hands-on demonstrations and companies that are looking to hire the next generation workforce.

    Instructor showing students welding practices Students working with hydraulic lift Student demonstrating roofing construction Student learning how to operate a handheld crane


  • Career & Technical Education
    Kelly Norstrom
    Director of College & Career Readiness