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Career and Technical Organizations for Students

Leadership training is a cornerstone of the CTE program. Leadership skills are integrated throughout the content of each course. Students are encouraged to participate in career and technical student leadership organizations related to their program of study.There is a wide range of Career and Technical Organizations that students can belong to. Membership in these organizations gives students a chance to advance their skills and discover how things work in the real world of work.They also have a chance to network and build relationships with future potential employers and colleagues.Check out the links below for examples of some of these organizations.

 

decaMarketing Washington DECA
www.wadeca.org

 

wafblaBusiness Education FBLA Future Business Leaders of America
www.wafbla.org

 

Family & Consumer Sciences FCCLA Family Career and Community Leaders of America
http://wa-fccla.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

 

ffa_logo_99x126FFA Future Farmers of America
Future Farmers of America

 

 

 

For More Information visit:

ctelogoOSPI Career & Technical Education:

www.careerandcollegeready.com

 

acteWashington ACTE:

www.wa-acte.org

 

Other Links:

Mike runs the mikeroweWORKSFoundation, 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.
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