High School Articulation
The Career Pathways grant provides a connection between local high schools and Regional Occupational Programs (ROPs).
This is accomplished through the college articulation process, which allows students
enrolled in specific career and technical education (CE) courses to seek college credit
for work completed in high school. Articulation provides a streamlined path for students
who complete a program of study in high school and wish to continue on that path at
the community college. Mt. San Antonio College's Career Pathways Consortium is funded
by a Carl Perkins Career and Technical Education Act grant. We serve ten unified school
districts and three Regional Occupational Programs (ROPs) within the college's district
boundary. Each participating agency provides a liaison to the grant to assist with
planning and sharing of information and materials. The consortium meets five times
each year, All meetings are open to the public. Meeting dates are listed on the CTE
Partnership Calendar and a list of the participating agencies and liaisons is available.