Student Organizations

An integral part of the basic philosophy of Tri-Rivers Career Center is the belief that students should be provided opportunities to grow and develop as citizens as well as to become skilled workers.

Therefore, it is by design that the youth organizations of the school are co-curricular rather than extracurricular in nature. This means that personal and professional growth activities are built into the curriculum of each career-technical program. Tri-Rivers youth clubs represent the general areas of career-technical training at the school.

Tri-Rivers Career Center affirms that equal opportunities are offered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, national origin, disability, age, and ancestry of person.

At Tri-Rivers personal and professional growth activities are built into the curriculum of each program through Career-Technical Student Organizations. All of our student organizations emphasize teamwork, leadership and community service.

Ambassador Club
is very similar to a student council. These select individuals represent the school at various activities-as tour guides, greeters, etc. They are selected through an interview/references process.

Drug Free. Hire Me!™ club
This club is an organized approach to encourage Drug Free lifestyles and is supported with ongoing incentives throughout the year to motivate students to speak out against drug use, become an example to their peers, and establish themselves as “work ready” to potential employers. This is an optional club.

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FCCLA (Family, Career, Community Leaders of America
is for students enrolled in Culinary Arts

is the youth leadership organization of all agricultural programs. FFA activities and leadership training skills are an integral part of every Agriculture Education curriculum

is the National Organization for Technical Skilled Service & Health Occupations

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