Four Walls Career And Technical Education Center
Serving adults and family educational needs
All Four Walls Career & Technical Education Center teachers are dedicated to giving adult learners the necessary tools and instruction that will enhance their lives.
Construction Trades Program
Integrated Education and Training
"I attended the Virtual Enterprise Program offered by Four Walls, which was a virtual business class, where we actually started a virtual business from scratch. As a participant, I interviewed for a position withing the virtual business; however, my peers elected me as the Finance Director for the virtual business. Within the office-training portion of the program, we used a simulation program, GMetrix, which reinforced my knowledge. The simulation program and the class facilitator helped me better understand and work with Microsoft Office Programs, in addition to performing many business tasks effectively."
Trina D Owes
The Careers Unlimited classrooms are fully equipped. The National External Diploma Suite is comprised of two offices in where individual appointments are held. These offices are equipped with computers for appointments with students. Evening appointments for students who work during the day can be held in the Careers Unlimited classrooms
The Occupational Literacy Construction Trades Programs occupy four classrooms on the second floor. Each classroom is equipped with essential trade tools for construction for entry level and beyond employment.
The mission of the Four Walls Career and Technical Education Center is to provide unemployed and underemployed District of Columbia residents with basic literacy skills, employ-ability skills, career and technical education as a means of increasing self-sufficiency and improving quality of life.
The goal of the Four Walls CTE Center programs is to promote self-sufficiency for adults age 18 and over, disadvantaged District residents through contextual learning opportunities that build basic and workplace literacy, employment, entrepreneurial and technological skills so that they can acquire a high school diploma, obtain competitive employment and /or pursue post secondary education. These goals will be accomplished through the following objectives:
Registration for GED Prep/NEDP Prep, Stationary Steam Engineering (boiler systems), and Core Curriculum (construction foundations) starts August 20 - August 30, 2018. Classes start on Tuesday, September 4, 2018. Please call or submit the contact form.
The mission of the Four Walls Career and Technical Education Center is to provide unemployed and underemployed District of Columbia residents with basic literacy skills, employability skills, and career and technical education as a means of increasing self-sufficiency and improving quality of life.