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Lorain Schools' Lindsey Peters completes CTE leadership program

Lorain Schools' Lindsey Peters completes CTE leadership program

2024 Shoemaker Leadership Institute cohorts, including Lorain City Schools' Lindsey Peters, the Lorain High School Special Education Supervisor and Career and Technical Education, meet with state Senator Nathan Manning. 

February 8, 2024 | We are excited to announce that Lindsey Peters, the Lorain High School Special Education Supervisor and Career and Technical Education (CTE) Liaison, was honored Wednesday after completing a leadership program with the Shoemaker Leadership Institute.

 
The Shoemaker program allows educators to increase leadership qualities, develop leadership characteristics, and expand their network of colleagues in CTE while gaining a holistic view of career-technical and adult education in Ohio. Completion of the program allows participants to grow and prosper as CTE leaders. 
 
As the CTE Liaison at Lorain High, Lindsey is instrumental in ensuring students identified with special educational needs have access to any of the 14 CTE pathways available to all students on the Lorain High campus. From hospitality and culinary arts to welding and light automotive maintenance, Lorain High students who complete two years of CTE coursework are eligible to earn certifications in high-demand industries, essentially giving them a leg up on other high school graduates as they leave Lorain High ready to enter the workforce. 
 
Lindsey said the program is designed to be both inspirational and transformational, allowing her to meet with congressional representatives regarding legislation that impacts career and technical education while advocating for Lorain Titans.
 
We congratulate Lindsey Peters for continuing to develop the leadership skills to serve all students best.

Posted Thursday, February 8, 2024