Volunteering for ACTE is a great way to grow professionally, develop leadership skills, and build relationships with highly-engaged peers across the country. Opportunities abound for members to share their passion and expertise to make a positive impact on CTE. Are you ready to make a difference?
ACTE’s Volunteers make up a small army of volunteers who are involved in a variety of activities that support the implementation of ACTE’s mission and strategic plan. Volunteers who join our network receive invitations to serve in their areas of interest, participate in volunteer training opportunities, and attend exclusive networking events. Whether you’re a seasoned volunteer or new recruit, ACTE has opportunities for you to get more involved.
Interested in serving Complete our online recruitment form to join the Educators in Action.
Using ACTE’s resources, research and talking points, we trumpet the value of CTE to improve and modernize the public’s outdated perceptions of our field. Within our networks, we also promote the importance of developing professionally and the opportunities educators have to grow through associations such as ACTE.
The ACTE Fellowship Program is an instrument to provide professional development, policy knowledge and leadership development. Contact ACTE’s Senior Manager of Leadership Development, Lauren Fillebrown at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Write for Techniques. Techniques is always accepting content proposals for its editorial calendar. Review the editorial calendar and contact ACTE’s managing editor, Lia Milgram, at email@example.com, with questions or story ideas.
Call for ACTE Member Endorsements. Your valuable ACTE membership offers many benefits, including access to numerous networking, professional development and leadership opportunities, Techniques magazine, the member insurance program, member-discounts and more. Please take a moment to tell us how you are using your member benefits and how ACTE helps you thrive in your career. Contact ACTE’s senior director of communications, Julia Kendrick O’Brien at firstname.lastname@example.org, with your endorsement.
Interested in helping with the Student Trophy Design Contest and judging, please contact ACTE’s executive assistant, Dana Lampe at email@example.com.
We elevate the work of our peers by nominating them for ACTE Excellent Awards and by using the resources and opportunities within ACTE to mentor our newer CTE teachers and colleagues. Contact Dominique Frascoia ACTE’s Senior Manager of Leadership and Awards at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Becky grew up in Southern California playing at Disneyland and the beach. The beach is still her happy place and she loves to go there at least once a year. Becky has taught Family and Consumer Sciences for 32 years and still loves it. She has been actively involved in FCCLA, Student Government and since 1998 ACTE and Utah ACTE. She is actively involved in Utah ACTE and has served on the ACTE Board of Directors as the FACS Vice President and as the ACTE President. She is passionate about CTE and what it can offer students. Most of all she loves teaching and loves being with kids!