Contact a Career Advisor   Contact for Financial aid REQUEST ELL/GED INFO Schedule with Career Source

Virtual Student Services

Registration Check List

Student Services Registration Check List

Submit the following documents to Student Services Office:

  • Complete the Application ($30 Application fee)
  • Submit the appropriate Residency Documents
  • Fill out and submit the Registration Packet
    • All forms must be completed
  • Submit a High School diploma, GED, or College diploma/transcript
  • Pay School Insurance
  • Order uniforms (if applicable)
  • Order books, tools, kit, and anything your program may require

*Note: You will need to re-register every semester until you have
completed your program.

Financial Aid Check List

Submit the following documents to the Financial Aid Office:

  • Fill out and return the iTECH Financial Aid Application
  • Submit a High School diploma, GED, or College
    diploma/transcript, even if you have submitted a copy to Student Services for your registration
  • Provide Resident Card, Employment Authorization, and Social
    Security Card (if any are applicable)
    Complete the Financial Aid online application at
    www.fafsa.edu.gov

*Note: You will need to reapply for Financial Aid every school
year until you complete your program.

Apply Online

Step 1:

Request Application 

 

Step 2:

Submit Files to Student Services

Keyla Rodriguez  
(239) 377-9947
rodrik2@collierschools.com

Returning Registration

Returning Registration Form

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  • Refund Policy 100% refund of tuition & lab fees if class is cancelled by administration. 100% refund of tuition and lab fees minus $30 for career certificate and continuing workforce education classes of more than four weeks in length if students withdraws prior to the start of class or within the first five business days of the first meeting day of class. No refunds after the 5 business days. No refunds for Adult General Education classes or for Continuing Workforce Education classes less than four weeks in length. No refunds for books, insurance, uniforms, or any other associated costs or fees. REFUNDS WHEN DUE ARE MADE WITHIN 30 DAYS: of the last day of attendance if written notification has been provided by the student, or from the date iTECH terminated the student or determines withdrawal by the student or determines withdrawal by the student. No refunds will be made until financial obligations have been cleared.
  • I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ALL INFORMATION ENTERED ABOVE IS TRUE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE, AND I HAVE READ THE REFUND POLICY.
  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
Unlock a career that best fits your style and personality
Cost Sheet for all programs

*Estimated Cost Sheet subject to change.

Average Salary of Certified Technical Education Graduates According to Program:

CTE Program Career Title Average Salary Earned
Accounting Accounting Clerk $19.00/hr.
Auto Tech Auto Tech/ Mechanic $19.59/hr.
Machining Machinist $20.27/hr.
Construction Construction Worker $20.07/hr.
Culinary Arts Restaurant Cook $15.03/hr.
Nursing Assistant C.N.A. $15.00/hr.
Home Health Aide HHA $14.00/hr.
Practical Nursing LPN $25.00/hr.
PCT Patient Care Tech $17.58/hr.
CSIT Computer Network Support Specialist $25.13/hr.
ECE Pre-K Teacher $14.00/hr.
Cybersecurity Cyber Security Specialist $28.35/hr.
LAS Legal Secretary $19.40/hr.
MAS Medical Secretary $16.20/hr.
DMMD Web designer $26.67/hr.
Medical Coder/Biller Medical Coder/Biller $21.00/hr.
Cosmetology Hair Stylist $17.00/hr.
HEST Heavy Equipment Mechanic $22.91/hr.

*iTECH Career Technical Education Salaries Updated: March 4, 2020 3/4/2020

FAFSA/PELL Grant

Contact:

 

Funding Sources

Need further assistance?

Community Agencies Providing Financial Aid to Eligible Students

 

Farmworker Career Development Program at iTECH

508 N. 9th Street,

Immokalee, FL 34142

(239)377-1193

  • Comprehension Career Counseling
  • Job Search Assistance
  • Referral to educational & social services
  • Assistance in completing financial aid forms, including PELL grant
  • Financial Aid for tuition, books, supplies, transportation & childcare

More Info

 

Immokalee Multicultural Multipurpose Community Action Agency, Inc. (IMMCAA)

1255 N. 15th Street,

Immokalee, FL 34142

(239)657-2213

*Collier County Residents Only!

  • Tuition, books, uniforms, supplies
  • Childcare & Transportation

The Immokalee Foundation

908 Roberts Ave W,

Immokalee, FL 34142

(239)657-2461

  • Provides financial assistance for tuition, books, uniforms, etc.

Coalition of Florida Farmworker Organizations, Inc. (COFFO)

415 Rose Ave,

Immokalee, FL 34142

(239)657-7272

  • Provides emergency services to farmworker families in Collier, Hendry, Glades, and Palm Beach Counties.
  • Provides financial assistance for farmworkers wishing to obtain skills, training, or continue their educational goals.

Cape Coral Community Foundation

Beier Scholarship is to fund Immokalee High School students entering 2 or 4 year college or technical school. This includes past Immokalee High School Graduates.

*All applications must be postmarked or received by fax/email on or before April 1st.

More Info

Community Foundation of Collier County

Apply online! Complete an online application for each scholarship you wish to apply to. Please review the Eligibility Criteria for each scholarship to ensure you qualify. Make sure you have all of the necessary documents ready (transcripts, recommendations, FAFSA, etc.) that you will need before you start the application. These documents must be scanned and uploaded with your submission. Online Applications become available December 1st and must be submitted by midnight on March 1st.

More Info

CareerSource Southwest Florida

  • Clewiston:

215-B South Francisco Street,

Clewiston, FL 33440

(869) 983-6183

  • Fort Myers:

4150 Ford Extension,

Fort Myers, FL 33916

(239)931-8200

  • Immokalee:

750 South 5th Street,

Immokalee, FL 34142

(239)658-3300

  • Naples:

3050 HorseShoe Drive North, Building B, Suite 290,

Naples, FL 34104

(239)436-4301

  • Port Charlotte:

1032 Tamiami Trail, Unit 9,

Port Charlotte, FL 33953

Vocational Rehabilitation Center

  • Immokalee:

750 S. 5th Street,

Immokalee, FL 34142

(239)658-3314

  • Naples:

10681 N. Airport Pulling Road, Suite 19,

Naples, FL 34109-7337

(239)593-2543

  • LaBelle:

825 East Cowboy Way, Suite 101,

LaBelle, FL 33935-4491

(863)674-4157

  • Ft. Myers:

5264 Summerlin Commons Way, Suite 404,

Ft. Myers, FL 33907-2154

(239)278-7150

  • Provides financial assistance for your educational goals.
  • Helps receive your educational accommodations

 

ELL/GED Registration

If you need to contact our Student Services Department, the numbers are 239-377-4556 or 239-377-9941.

Please feel free to contact Michele Antonia if you need further assistance at AntoniMi@collierschools.com.

ELL/GED Registration

Make sure to answer all required* fields before submitting the form. To confirm your submission you should be redirected to a ‘Thank You’ page. If not redirected to a ‘Thank You’ page, register again.

  • Please select one.
  • (As it appears on Government Issued ID)
  • (Select all that apply)
  • (Select One)
  • (Select One- To be completed upon entry for each term/semester)
  • (Select One- To be completed upon entry for each term/semester)
  • (Select all that apply- To be completed upon entry for each term/semester)
  • The school system provides services for persons with disabilities. If you need assistance in the course of your studies, please notify a school or college administrator. Section 119.071 (5)(a)2.-4., Florida Statutes requires agencies to notify individuals of the purpose(s) that require the collection of Social Security numbers. The Adult Education Department of The School District of Collier County collects student’s Social Security numbers for the following purposes: *Social Security numbers are used by the Florida Department of Education as a standardized identification number for the required reporting of yearly learning information, annual deliverables, and other required annual reports and data transmittals. I hereby certify that the information I have given on this registration is true and complete. I understand that a false statement will be subject to penalties pursuant to 837.06, Florida Statues. I understand there are NO REFUNDS available. I understand that I will be dropped from the program if I accumulate six (6) consecutive absences.
  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • (If under 18)

FAQ's

FAQ’S

1. How do I apply online for a Career and Technical Program at iTECH?
  • Request an application at the top of this page under the “Apply Online” tab. Follow the directions for payment and the submission of the required documents.
 
2. How do I submit my official high school transcripts? 
  • Contact your previous high school’s guidance office and request your transcripts to be emailed to our iTECH student services secretaries at:
 
3. How do I complete the required testing needed to be enrolled in the program of my choice?
  • Once your application is completed an iTECH student services staff member will contact you to schedule a testing date in the near future.
 
4. How can I apply for the PELL Grant?
  • Check the iTECH College website under financial aid. Click on the link with FAFSA application instructions.
 
5. Who can I contact to help me with questions concerning the PELL Grant/FAFSA
 application?
 
6. How do I qualify for in-state tuition? What are the residency requirements?
  • Please refer to the flyer below:
RESIDENCY VOC CERT
 
7. How do I request my official transcript from iTECH College?
 
8. What Career Technical Education ​programs require a high school diploma/GED? Are there age requirements?
  • Refer to the attached list of program descriptions and requirements.
 
9. How will I get my letter of acceptance into the Career and Technical Education program of my choice?
  • You will be contacted by one of our advisors regarding academic advisement. Once accepted into a Career and Technical Education program an iTECH advisor will email you a conditional letter of acceptance.
 
10. What are the next steps in the enrollment process after I receive my conditional letter of acceptance?
  • Follow the directions in your conditional letter of acceptance. Tuition and lab fees will be due 2 weeks before the start of the semester. 
 
11. I’m an iTECH college student graduate. Who do I contact for assistance with my resume?

iTECH Graduates

Employer Survey

EMPLOYER SURVEY

Thank you in advance for taking your valuable time to complete our EMPLOYER SURVEY.    Be assured that neither your company nor the employee will be identified in compiling the results from this survey.

Employer Survey

  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Exit Survey

STUDENT EXIT SURVEY

The information provided will be used by the Student Services to send you a survey after you complete your iTECH program.

Student Exit Survey

  • Section II

  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
LinkedIn Directions

BUILD A PROFESSIONAL STUDENT LINKEDIN PROFILE

Think of your LinkedIn profile as an interactive business card. It’s a summary of your professional experience, interests, and capabilities that are designed to attract the attention of important people who are searching for you; online-recruiters, networking contacts, and grad school admissions officers. A strong profile is a key differentiator in the job market.

 

 

 

  1. CRAFT AN INFORMATIVE PROFILE HEADLINE

Your profile headline gives people a short, memorable way to understand who you are in a professional context. Think of the headline as the slogan for your professional brand, such as “Student, National University” or “Recent honors grad seeking marketing position.” Check out the profiles of students and recent alums you admire for ideas and inspiration.

  1. DISPLAY AN APPROPRIATE PHOTO

Remember that LinkedIn is not Facebook or Twitter. If you choose to post a photograph, and we recommend that you do, select a professional, high-quality headshot of you alone. Party photos, cartoon avatars, and cute pics of your puppy don’t fit the professional environment of LinkedIn.

  1. SHOW OFF YOUR EDUCATION

Be sure to include information about all institutions you’ve attended. Include your major and minor if you have one, as well as highlights of your activities. It’s also appropriate to include study abroad programs and summer institutes. Don’t be shy, your LinkedIn profile is an appropriate place to show off your strong GPA and any honors or awards you’ve won.

  1. DEVELOP A PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY STATEMENT

Your summary statement should resemble the first few paragraphs of your best-written cover letter, concise and confident about your goals and qualifications. Include relevant internships, volunteer work, and extracurricular. Present your summary statement in short blocks of text for easy reading. Bullet points are great, too.

  1. FILL YOUR “SPECIALTIES” SECTION WITH KEYWORDS

“Specialties” is the place to include keywords and phrases that a recruiter or hiring manager might type into a search engine to find a person like you. The best place to find relevant keywords is in the job listings that appeal to you and the LinkedIn profiles of people who currently hold the kinds of positions you want.

  1. UPDATE YOUR STATUS WEEKLY

A great way to stay on other people’s radar screens and enhance your professional image is to update your status at least once a week. Tell people about events you’re attending, major projects you’ve completed, professional books you’re reading, any other news that you would tell someone at a networking reception or on a quick catch-up phone call.

  1. SHOW YOUR CONNECTEDNESS WITH LINKEDIN GROUP BADGES

Joining Groups and displaying the group badges on your profile are the perfect ways to fill out the professionalism of your profile and show your desire to connect to people with whom you have something in common. Most students start by joining their university’s LinkedIn group as well as the larger industry groups related to the career they want to pursue.

  1. COLLECT DIVERSE RECOMMENDATIONS

Nothing builds credibility like third-party endorsements. The most impressive LinkedIn profiles have at least one recommendation associated with each position a person has held. Think about soliciting recommendations from professors, internship coordinators and colleagues, employers, and professional mentors.

  1. CLAIM YOUR UNIQUE LINKEDIN URL

To increase the professional results that appear when people type your name into a search engine, set your LinkedIn profile to “public” and claim a unique URL for your profile (for example: www.linkedin.com/in/yourname). This also makes it easier to include your LinkedIn URL in your email signature, which is a great way to demonstrate your professionalism.

  1. SHARE YOUR WORK

A final way to enhance your LinkedIn profile is to add examples of your writing, design work, or other accomplishments by displaying URLs or adding LinkedIn Applications. By including URLs, you can direct people to your website, blog, or Twitter feed. Through Applications a PowerPoint or store a downloadable version of your resume.

 

CONNECT WITH NANCY DONES AT:

www.linkedin.com

Email Nancy Dones

 

 

Career Advising

The Placement Advisor
Will help you:
► Develop professional career-seeking skills
► Critique professional portfolio
► Polish your interviewing skills
► Network with potential employers

Note To iTECH Graduates
Please complete the graduate student employment survey. Be assured that your information will be held in confidence and the information you provide will be used to improve our career  education programs. Please complete this survey and return via e-mail, mail, or Fax (239) 658-7043.
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Accommodations
Click on the “Learner Rights” button to download a copy of the Learner Rights and Responsibilities.
LEARNER RIGHTS

Who may qualify?

– Learning Disability
– Physical Disability
– Deaf or Hearing impaired
– Emotional/mental health disability
– Blind or visually impaired
– ADHD/ADD

If you have or think you may have a disability, please see the information below, complete the Request for Accommodations Form and send it to Specialized Student Services.  For more information contact Student Services.

CCPS Administrative Procedures for ADA/504

Administrative Procedures

Career Advisors

What We Do
► Assist students with career goals
► Provide information to guide your decision to choose a program that is right for you
► Administer a Career interest Inventory
► Assist with the enrollment process
► Provide financial aid information
► Share information about community resources

Advisors

iTECH 
508 North 9th St.
Immokalee, FL 34142

Main Office

(239) 658-7080

Julie Alfaro  
Advisor/Dual Enrollment/504 Plans
(239) 377-9952
alfaroju@collierschools.com


M.S. Florida State University
-Information Studies/K-12 Teacher Librarian
M.Ed. University of Florida
-Secondary English Education
B.A. University of Florida
-English
A.A. Santa Fe Community College
Cosmetology – Powell’s Beauty Academy
1988 – Immokalee High School Graduate

Nancy Dones
Advisor/Placement
(239) 377-9917
donesn@collierschools.com


M.S. Canisius College of Buffalo
– Counseling Education
B.A. Canisius College of Buffalo
– Psychology

student-services-ms-anicca-rancy-itech-college-adivsorAnicca Rancy
Advisor/Financial Aid
(239) 377-9918
RancyA@collierschools.com


M.S. Nova Southeastern University
– TESOL
B.S. International College
– Business Management
A.A. Edison Community College

Office Assistants

What We Do

– Registration
– Reference Letters
– Transcripts
– TABE Scores
– Schedule Meetings with Advisors
– Schedule TABE testing

Keyla Rodriguez
Student Services assistant
(239) 377-9947
rodrik2@collierschools.com


 

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