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CTE Professional Organizations and Career and Technical Student Organizations Session # 1 Room 4 -207 Carrie Humphrys and Jenny King
• Join Jenny King and Carrie Humphrys as they share the benefits of joining professional organizations and organizing student career and technical education organizations. • Decide which organization fits your subject, then learn how to join and what to do to inspire students to do the same. Where’s the time? Act now and carve it out of what we already do. Through professional resources you have a voice. Want the best for your students, help them with leadership development, through activities that fit into your standards. • Teachers join Professional organizations • Student professional organizations
• Why? How? When? As our students say – Let’s spill the tea
FACTE The Florida Association of Career and Technical Educators (FACTE) is our state CTE professional organization: www. facte. org. It is known for its professional development opportunities, scholarships and awards programs in Florida, but did you know that FACTE is our legislative voice for CTE in Tallahassee? As FACTE membership numbers increase, so does our impact in Tallahassee. We need your membership to make our voices heard. Once again, the CTE office has paid for your initial FACTE Membership. Now it’s up to you to join your individual affiliate division for just $25 more. You are not a member unless you join the affiliate. You can join FBTEA for business, FAME for marketing, FEFACS for Family & Consumer Science, etc. Please see the application form. We have had several teachers from our county receive awards and $500 from FACTE. Not a bad return on their $25 investment. Many others have benefitted from the in-service points for participating in online courses. You may pay by check or online. If you plan to pay by check please send your completed application and check to me in the CTE office. If you pay online, please email your confirmation to me so that we can keep track of our Brevard membership. Please consider joining your FACTE affiliate division this year.
FACTE Membership Form
ACTE resources • Career Development • Career paths • School culture change curriculum • Pride in being a CTE teacher • Internship information • Mentors
Earn Awards FACTE teacher of the year $1000 FACTE teacher of community service $500 others
Annual FACTE conference and trade show in July Bring the family to Orlando during the summer or come by yourself. Network, learn about CAPE funds, Perkins money and new ideas, meet vendors. Use CAPE funds to pay conference costs. Join an advisory board. Be the solution.
Free Online Training and Courses for Recertification Professional Development related to our subjects
How to Join • Email Jenny King @ king. jenny@Brevardschools. org • Complete Form and send through courier to: ESF, Jenny King, CTE • $25. 00 for FACTE only • Use your CAPE Funds to pay or by check/online • Department chairs can pay for their entire department with CAPE Funds
Making our voices heard Advocacy
CTSO Career and Technical Student Organizations
CTSO: Career and Technical Student Organizations • Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) are a basic component of career and technical programs that provide students with skills and knowledge to succeed in their chosen career field. • Students have the opportunity to compete at the state and national levels for the promotion of teamwork, occupational excellence, leadership and citizenship. • Brevard County students actively participate in the seven of the Career and Technical Student Organizations
CTSO List • DECA – Distributive Education Clubs of America • FBLA – Future Business Leaders of America • FCCLA – Family, Career & Community Leaders of America • FPSA – Florida Public Service Association • FSPA – Florida Scholastic Press Association • HOSA – Health Occupations Students of America • VICA – Skills USA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America • TSA – Technology Student Association • ER – Educators Rising (FEA – Future Educators Association) • BPA-Business Professionals of America
Career and Technical Student organizations (CTSO) • FCCLA • DECA • HOSA
CTSO Affiliation Forms • If you plan on starting a CTSO at your school, complete the form for each CTSO by the end of October (date may change) and attach a copy of CTSO chapter’s 2019 -2020 affiliation form displaying student membership. • 10 members are needed to affiliate.
Conferences & Competitions Each CTSO will have different dates for Conferences/Competitions. General timeframe for Regionals, State, and National Competitions: Regionals: (November-February) State: (March-April) Nationals: (June-July)
Any DECA advisers? Look at the ACTE Educators Blog for ideas
Give students opportunities due to their CTSO involvement UF summer program SCAD summer program Internships Jobs Volunteer Hours Networking
Signing Day How about a signing day for our students who commit to jobs due to industry certifications?