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Mike Rowe

Mike runs the mikeroweWORKS Foundation, which awards scholarships to students pursuing a career in the skilled trades. He is closely associated with the Future Farmers of America, Skills USA, and the Boy Scouts of America

 

Marketing Washington DECA

www.wadeca.org

 

Business Education FBLA Future Business Leaders of America

www.wafbla.org

 

Family & Consumer Sciences FCCLA Family Career and Community Leaders of America

http://washingtonfccla.tripod.com

 

Agriculture Education FFA Future Farmers of America

www.washingtonffa.org

 

Skilled & Technical Sciences Skills USA Washington

www.skillsusawashington.org/

 

TSA Technology Student Association STEM/Engineering

www.washingtontsa.org

 

WVSMA Washington Vocational Sports Medicine Association Health & Human Services (Sports Medicine)

www.wvsma.org

 

For More Information visit:

Washington CTSO Directors Council: www.wa-ctso.org

OSPI Career & Technical Education: www.careerandcollegeready.com

Washington ACTE: www.wa-acte.org

 

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