Seniors enrolled in Kent Roosevelt’s Teaching Professions program are completing a six-week residency in RCET’s AT&T Classroom. The Teaching Professions program offered at Kent Roosevelt High School (Kent City Schools) is one of 25 Career & Technical Education programs available through the region’s Six District Compact. The program is designed for high school students who are interested in pursuing a career in teaching, school administration, or guidance counseling and provides an opportunity for students to learn more about future career options through field experiences and coursework. The students’ experience in the AT&T Classroom is led by Kent Roosevelt’s Teaching Professions Instructor Rhonda Butler and Kent Roosevelt English teacher Jaclyn Consilio Mahoney. During their six weeks in the AT&T Classroom, the students will explore a wide variety of digital tools that can be used for teaching and learning across the PreK-12 curriculum. Students will also begin development of their digital professional portfolios that will summarize their field and classroom experiences.