• MISSION STATEMENT

    GCS CTE programming will empower all students to be successful citizens, workers and leaders in a global economy. In Guilford County Schools, we build our CTE programming in order to prepare students for success by assisting students in the acquisition of:

    • Soft Skills
    • Technical Skills
    • Academic skills through application

     

    Welcome to the world of Career & Technical Education it is commonly known as CTE.  I am excited to be a member of Guilford County School’s CTE program.

     

    My name is (Coach)Talbert Fullwood and I will be teaching the following courses at Andrews High: Market I, Sports & Entertainment Marketing I & II and Microsoft Word/PowerPoint.  I received my Bachelor of Science in Economics with a concentration in Commercial Bank Management from Winston-Salem State University. I entered the education profession with 3 years experience from the corporate world. Teaching was a hidden passion of mine that I discovered in college while mentoring/tutoring students at the local church. Teaching allows me to bridge my love of sports, finance and marketing to the classroom to create a successful learning culture that students can apply outside the classroom setting.   

    Class Schedule for 2019-2020 school year:

    Fall 2019

    1st: Microsoft Word/PowerPoint

    2nd: (Planning)

    3rd: Microsoft Word/PowerPoint

    4th: Sports & Entertainment Marketing I

    Spring 2020

    1st: (Planning)

    2nd: Sports & Entertainment Marketing II

    3rd: Microsoft Word/PowerPoint

    4th: Marketing I

    My classroom documents such as rules and expectations, classroom syllabus and assignment list will be uploaded to the student program Canvas as well as this personal website. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me by email: fullwot@gcsnc.com or by phone: (336) 819-2800.

     

    Again, I look forward to teaching your child and working with you to help your child reach their full potential. Please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thank you.

    CTE

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