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  • Friday, 1 February 2013
    February is CTE Month
    CTE Month is a nationwide awareness and celebration event highlighting the positive opportunities for career exploration and career skills development that career and technical education offers for all students. The 2013 theme, “Career and Technical Education Works!” emphasizes the effectiveness of CTE in preparing students to be both college and career ready by providing core academic skills, employability skills and technical, job-specific skills Visit CTE Learning that Works for Oregon to learn more about CTE in Oregon.



Oregon CTE YouTube Channel


Visit this site to watch videos highlighting some of the amazing work going on in Career and Technical Education in Oregon.

Oregon CTE in the News!


Career Technical Education sparks students’ interest

Students and schools in Lane county see the benefits of CTE.

CTE Revitalization


The CTE Revitalization Grant is a competitive grant program established in 2011 through House Bill 3362. The grants are used to enhance collaboration between education providers and employers.


Promoting Health Lifestyles


Tigard High marketing students have the opportunity to work with local Portland business to promote healthy lifestyles.

CTE Bright Spots


In 2011 CTE leaders visited four CTE sites across Oregon to learn about the outstanding work happening across the state. Read the report. MS-Word

New App connecting schools and communities


Watch a video about how Century High School's Software Entrepreneurs' Club (an out of class CTE program) created and launched a new app to connect volunteers and donors with local schools.

CTE learning and community service


Often classroom projects in CTE provide not only a foundation about how the world of work functions, but also offer students ways to become involved in their communities and beyond. Read about how Gilchrist High School students helped Hurricane Sandy victims while learning about mass production.




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Contacts
  • Donna Brant Email    (503) 947-5622
    Secondary and Post Secondary Transitions - Education Specialist
  • Jennell Ives Email    (503) 947-5777
    Secondary and Post Secondary Transitions - Ed. Specialist, Health Sciences and Student Support Services

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