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            Mrs. Rae Johnson
            Room A1
            Career Development Coordinator
            Email: rae_johnson@abss.k12.nc.us
            919-563-5991  Ext. 32422 

    I have spent my entire teaching career with Alamance-Burlington Schools.  I taught ten years at Hugh M. Cummings as a Family and Consumer Science teacher.  I  transferred to my Al Mater (Eastern) in 2002 and love "being home."  I have served as a Family and Consumer Science teacher, Curriculum Facilitator and currently as the Career Development Coordinator (CDC) at this school.  
    Family and Consumer Science curriculum is my heart!  I believe the content and opportunities that are available in these courses are transferrable and relevant to everyday living.  It is an updated, engaging curriculum that involves higher order thinking and problem solving.

    As the CDC, I supervise student interns who are placed in the community in a variety of settings.  This provides a hands-on learning experience outside the classroom and allows students to apply learned knowledge obtained in Career and Technical Education courses. Students receive course credit.  I also coordinate other services such as Job Shadowing, Career Investigations, Career Development, ASVAB assessment, Career Fairs, etc.  In addition, I serve students at Woodlawn Middle and Hawfields Middle with career development initiatives.
    Students enrolled in CTE Internship
    Join your Canvas AND Powerschool here:   http://my.ncedcloud.org  (need student ID & password)




  • Join the EA Career & Technical Education Group!  It's as easy as 1, 2 3 and will keep you informed of college and career activities/CTE events happening on and off our campus.

    How to join:

    1.  Go to Eastern Alamance High School Facebook Page.

    2.  On the left side, choose Groups.

    3.  Click on EA Career & Technical Education (CTE) and ask to join.


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  • If you are a junior or senior and are interested in completing a CTE internship for a credit toward graduation, see Mrs. Johnson in A1 the first day of school.
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