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Career and Technical Education

Career and technical education programs are dedicated to preparing  people to manage the dual roles of family member and wage earner. Career and technical programs enable students to gain entry- level employment in a high-sill, high-wage job and/or continue their education.

The career and technical education program offerings at Clarendon College include welding technology, cosmetology, nail tech, heating and air conditioning, ranch and feedlot management, industrial maintenance, and allied health.  In order to assure that these programs continue to provide relevant training, the college makes use of industry advisory committees.  Each individual program has an operational advisory committee made up of persons from business and industry who advise college officials in matters such as curriculum and current business and industry expectations.

Students enrolling in courses that lead to licensure by the State of Texas are advised that a criminal background could keep  you from becoming licensed by the State of Texas.  Students who have questions concerning licensure and criminal backgrounds should speak with program coordinators or the Vice President of Academic Affairs.  Students also have the right to request a criminal history evaluation letter from the applicable licensing agency.


NEW!  Integrated Career Pathways Programs

Welding Pathway, Industrial Maintenance Pathway, Allied Health Pathway

No GED? No problem

Working on ESL skills?  Do not wait to start training for your new career,  call 806-665-8801 and get started on technical training now.

Clarendon College's new Pathways Programs integrate your ESL, GED, or development education classes into your technical training classes, saving you time and money and getting you certified for your new career faster than you thought possible!