The Division of Postsecondary and Career Education (PCE) supports programs that improve the overall postsecondary enrollment, graduation, certificate completion, and employment rates for youth and adults in the District of Columbia. Through financial and programmatic support, PCE creates opportunities for District of Columbia youth and adults to attend postsecondary institutions and earn certifications and/or college degrees. PCE also assists residents in obtaining adult literacy proficiency, acquiring a GED, or another similar credential. Additionally, PCE assists District of Columbia youth in career awareness, exploration and preparation.
- Increase the percentage of District of Columbia youth and adults who attain a college degree or industry-recognized license/certification.
- Promote accountability and continuous improvement across the District of Columbia’s education landscape.
- Ensure opportunities for District of Columbia youth and adults to gains skills and re-engage in education and career programs.
- Provide effective and efficient operational support services to achieve programmatic goals.
Assistant Superintendent of Postsecondary and Career Education
Antoinette Mitchell, Ph.D. - [email protected]; (202) 741-0471
Deputy Assistant Superintendent of Postsecondary and Career Education
Kilin Boardman-Schroyer - [email protected]; (202) 741-0277
Program Analyst/Division Coordinator
Alicia Gadsden - [email protected]; (202) 741-5529
To read PCE program summaries and dashboards, please click the year below: