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MetroED Alumni Association

Throughout the years, the Hillsdale Avenue located high school and adult training centers have changed names, but the quality of career and technical education and training has always been the highest available…anywhere. Whether you’re an alum of San Jose Technical High, Regional Vocational Center (RVC), Central County Occupational Center (CCOC), Silicon Valley Career Technical Education (SVCTE), Metropolitan Adult Education Program (MAEP) or Silicon Valley Adult Education (SVAE), we’d like to hear your story and get you involved helping today’s MetroED students earn the same success you have earned.

Our alumni success stories:

 


Help us build the MetroED Alumni Association

Reconnect with friends and classmates, network with new business contacts, learn how MetroED has grown and get involved with fun activities like the  Annual Car Show. Please fill out the online alumni form by clicking on the link below, and we will keep you informed as we grow the alumni association.


The District’s History

The Metropolitan Education District has a long, rich history in preparing students for occupations demanded by the California economy. The adult training program dates back to 1870 and the high school program traces its roots to the beginning of vocational education in 1917. Today, MetroED continues its career and technical education mission to best prepare its students for high skill, high wage occupations in career pathways demanded by the automated and highly competitive, global 21st century economy.

Relive your years at MetroED by reading its history:

https://www.metroed.net/district-history


Giving Back

This video says it all. It explains why MetroED needs your support:

 

 

Our Current Fundraising Campaign

Help us sponsor 100 SVCTE students enthusiastic about participating in SkillsUSA (formerly known as VICA). Support our GlobalGiving campaignfor as little as  $10! 

The minimum donation of $10 helps us toward our goal of ensuring all SVCTE students that want to participate in the SkillsUSA program can do so, without the worry of financial hardship.

Other ways to get involved:

Financial support is always welcome, but it’s not always about money. Whether you want to volunteer on the MetroED Foundation Board, donate equipment, resources or expertise to one of SVCTE’s 24 programs, or to SVAE, your help is very welcome and vital.