Help us promote Career & Technical Education using the resources and ideas below. Continue to check out this page throughout the month of February as we add more content for you to share. Don't forget to tag us @icevonline and use #CTEMonth!
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CTE affects students in so many positive ways. Spread the word by sharing a few of those experiences. Just click "share" in the top-right corner of the video!
Let everyone know why you think CTE is important using #CTEMonth on social media.
#CTEMonth is only a few days away! I didn't realize at the time that what I was experiencing was #CareerAndTechnicalEducation, but as a visual and kinesthetic learner, I'm grateful for #CTE's intentionality with being hands-on. Why do YOU value CTE? @iCEVonline pic.twitter.com/A900m1vLxn— Kelli Neuman (@iCEVKelli) January 28, 2020
“CTE is literally PERSONALIZED learning-challenge and interest driven” - incredible framing to #CTEImpactOnAchievement! Grateful to @KunduPhD #powerfulKeynote @UFT @DOEChancellor @NYCSchools #CTEProud #CTEMonth pic.twitter.com/n49pcNOE3N— NYC CTE (@NYCCTE) January 27, 2020
Two thumbs up for #CTEMonth!— Evan Davis (@iCEVEvan) February 6, 2020
As an agricultural science student I was able to gain knowledge and skills relevant to the industry, while developing key character traits. #CTE fulfills workforce needs by developing proficient and passionate industry leaders! #CTEWorks pic.twitter.com/MEqtGWIrsI
CTE is an important part of the learning experience, bridging the gap between secondary/post-secondary education and the workforce.
This post explores the importance of providing early career exploration opportunities through CTE.
Visit ACTE's CTE Month page for more ideas on how you can get involved in CTE Month.