West Virginia Association for Career and Technical Education
Welcome to the West Virginia ACTE Page. ACTE is committed to providing professional development, leadership, and legislative advocacy to the highest degree at ACTE.
We encourage you to join ACTE (print form) at the state and National Level. If you are having trouble with membership please call 703-683-3111.
Ruth Caplinger, Past President, West Virginia Association of Career and Technical Education, letter to new career, technical or adult education teachers/administrators
For more information about WVACTE, please contact Ernie Powers at Schs502684@aol.com.
The West Virginia Association for Career and Technical Education and the Executive Committee will again be sponsoring the Day at the Legislature on Thursday, March 10, 2016..
CTE in the Mountain State
|| ACTE compiles relevant state-based CTE information in our State fact sheets. At the secondary level, CTE is delivered through comprehensive high schools; county CTE centers, which are secondary schools that provide supplemental CTE programs to students from sending high schools within the county; and multi-county CTE centers. At the postsecondary level, CTE is delivered through the state’s community and technical colleges. County CTE centers also provide postsecondary CTE instruction. To learn more, read the West Virginia state fact sheet.
Letter from the State Association Liaison
Greetings from ACTE!
As a leader and professional in your state for Career and Technical Education, I would like to take a brief moment to introduce myself and offer my assistance on behalf of the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE).
My name is Mike Woods and I represent ACTE as the State Association Liaison for Region I to help assist the fifteen (15) states in Region I with leadership development, membership, and legislative advocacy from ACTE national. Essentially, I am our team’s ‘boots on the ground’ and travel throughout the region to serve as an educational consultant and resource to ACTE state leadership and their membership.
Aside from providing support, my goals are also to rejuvenate and revitalize state ACTE associations facing hardships and obstacles, in addition to re-establishing inactive state associations throughout Region I. If you could use assistance in this manner I would be happy to help you through this process.
Please do not hesitate to contact me via e-mail or telephone if you and your state need any support from ACTE national. I strive to be a readily available resource who is here and happy to help.
I look forward to connecting with state leaders and members while attending your state conferences and meetings throughout Region I.
| Michael K. Woods
State Association Liaison - Region I
Association for Career and Technical Education
1410 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703-683-9327 |
Region I is composed of 16 state affiliates,
including Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, the Federal
Department of Education, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New
Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
Vermont and West Virginia. The mission of the Region is to support the
efforts of the ACTE state associations in providing educational
leadership in the development of a competitive workforce. Activities of
the Region are focused on involving members, cultivating organizational
leadership, advocating for workforce development, emphasizing
professional development and promoting a collaborative network of
Region I Board Report Archive
Reports to the ACTE Board of Directors submitted by Region I.
IL ACTE Conference 2016
National Policy Seminar 2016
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