National ACTE Student Membership
Free National Student Membership
Rising CTE professionals interested in jump starting their career and connecting with like-minded CTE educators from across the country have the opportunity to join ACTE at no cost! (Students can also download the student application).
Member Benefits for Students
Networking and Professional Development
Whether it's online or in person, ACTE's events - CareerTech VISION, National Policy Seminar, Best Practices and Innovations Conference, and online seminars
- provide you with a knowledgeable network of CTE teachers,
administrators, business leaders and policymakers for sharing and
exchanging the latest information in the CTE field.
ACTE's Public Policy Department
advocates, analyzes and informs policymakers, ACTE members and the
public about the impact of proposed legislation and funding decisions
affecting CTE programming. Get the latest legislative and policy updates
via CTE Policy Watch Blog.
Cutting-edge CTE News
ACTE keeps you on top of key CTE topics from around the country in its member-only weekly e-news, ACTE News. In addition, ACTE also partners with SmartBrief to produce Career Tech Update and STEM SmartBrief, including tightly written summaries on the most essential news affecting the CTE profession and STEM-related fields. Student members also receive Techniques, ACTE's award-winning magazine covering the latest in-classroom innovations, CTE trends and case studies, electronically.
Member-exclusive Discounts on CTE Products, Services and Events
Receive member-only discounts to all ACTE events and on the latest CTE publications, resources, and CTE month products at ShopACTE.
Instant Access to Thousands of CTE Colleagues
Meet educators from across the globe by connecting with ACTE's social media networks!
Check out the ACTE Job Bank to help you find new and exciting work or to locate the perfect candidate for your institution.
Please note, for national student membership, ACTE defines a student as an individual who is enrolled as a full-time student preparing to become a career and technical educator and who is not employed full time in the education system as a teacher, counselor or administrator. While national ACTE membership is free, we at ACTE encourage
students to join their state ACTE associations. Students in unified states
are required to join their state association in order for their membership to be processed.