Harper Woods

College & Career Institute (CCI)

We are always available to consult on taking your higher education to the next level so you can stay competitive in the global world.

About College & Career Institute (CCI) Center

Ms. Terri L. Gamlin

Ms. Terri L. Gamlin, a native of Detroit and a product of the Detroit Public School System. I have devoted over 26 years to serving students in the public education sector. I am a graduate of the following universities: the University of Michigan, Central Michigan University, and Wayne State University. I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, my first Master’s degree from Central Michigan University in Curriculum and Instruction and my second Master’s degree from Wayne State University in Career and Technical Education. I later received my Administrative certification.

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Our students are College and Career Ready and Entrepreneurial Prepared

ALL students are required to have a college/career plan prior to graduation. Annually, OUR students have millions of dollars in academic scholarships. 


All Career and Technical Education programs will be held at the Harper Woods College and Career Institute with the exception of Marketing Sales and Services.


Career and Technical Education Programs Include:

  • Information Technology & Web Design
  • Cooking and Related Culinary Arts
  • Graphic Design and Printing Technology
  • Cyber Security
  • Marketing, Sales, and Services (Housed at Harper Woods High School) 
  • Radio & Television Broadcasting
  • Construction Trades (New Program)
  • ESports Club (Students Enrolled in IT/Web Design or Cyber Security will be given preference)


All CTE students will be afforded the opportunity to gain entry-level certifications in their program-specific areas. 

Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs


Provide students instruction and experience in the real-world application of academic skills, industry-based skill standards, and interpersonal workplace skills and behaviors in order to become intern-ready for employment and/ or post-secondary education. These programs also provide students the opportunity to earn college credit while in secondary Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs.