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CTE Support Fund

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The Career and Technical Education Support Fund enables ACTE to act on your behalf to conduct new and exciting outreach activities that advance the CTE community as a whole. Recent examples of these activities include:

  • Developing new Sector Sheets on careers in Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics, Aersopace and Defense, Financial Services, and Hospitality and Tourism.
  • Conducting media briefings to educate reporters on the importance of Perkins funding
  • Building and sustaining our national coalition of CTE leaders, administrators, organizations, and businesses
  • Organizing public awareness campaigns to support CTE.
ACTE is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions are deductible as charitable contributions for federal income-tax purposes.

Donate Now

Our CTE Support Fund mugs and other merchandise are available here

You can also download a .pdf version of the donation form and brochure to share with colleagues, and fax or mail to ACTE. You can use the form for fundraising efforts at state, regional and affiliate meeting as well! Contact Kevin Oshinskie to learn more.

See Where Your Region Ranks in donations so far this fiscal year

Learn More about the Committee of members that supervises the fund  

Donor Recognition Program
A donor recognition program has been developed to thank those who contribute to the CTE Support Fund each year. The following award levels will be used:

Bronze:
Silver:
Gold:
Platinum:
Diamond:
Titanium:

$25 and above
$50 and above
$100 and above
$250 and above
$500 and above
$1000 and above

The donor recognition program will operate over the calendar year, with award level totals starting anew each year. For example, someone making a $50 donation at the National Policy Seminar and a $50 contribution at ACTE's CareerTech VISION would be recognized as a Gold donor for that year.

Please share your fundraising stories by contacting Kevin Oshinskie at ACTE.

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Data Quality Initiatives

With a growing national focus on data and accountability to help students succeed in education and careers, collecting high-quality data and sharing it across different agencies is more important than ever. For CTE, data quality and access issues include appropriately measuring student achievement, including the attainment of high-quality credentials; ensuring the quality of Perkins-funded CTE programs; and providing data to consumers on the connection between education and labor market outcomes.

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 Use the CTE Action Center to send important messages to you Members of Congress. Tell them that CTE works!

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