NASA HUNCH Students Send Hardware into Space

[caption id="attachment_53361" align="alignright" width="300"] Four single stowage lockers made and signed by NASA HUNCH students, onboard Crew Dragon (May 31, 2020)[/caption] Ready for launch! High school students across the nation contributed flight hardware to the historic Launch America event...

CTE Students Make Their Voices Heard in Sticker Design Competition

The people have spoken! Two career and technical education (CTE) students at Nevada's Carson High School won first place in a local competition to design "I Voted" stickers. As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic closed schools, many graphic design students found themselves at home without access...

Member Connected News: Washington High School Students Compete at DECA International Career Development Conference

In April 2019, DECA students from Lakewood, Washington’s Clover Park High School competed at the DECA International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Florida. In recognition of their hard work and determination, Kitti Wheeler, ACTE member and Clover Park marketing teacher, wrote: “We ...

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Give Back

During the 2018–19 school year, The Twiggs County Comprehensive Middle High School partnered with The Fort Valley State University and its Extension Agent Terolyn Chaney to feed the community and conduct resume writing workshops. The FCCLA chapter and its advisor, TaQuila Thomas, and Chaney con...

Delaware Area Career Center Student Thinks Big

Triston Tuggle, a high school senior studying Power Sports at the Delaware Area Career Center (DACC), has been accepted into Caterpillar's ThinkBIG Technician Education program. Tuggle is only the second student from DACC to be accepted into the program. “I’ve always been a big fan of Caterpi...

Tri-County Team Designs Device to Travel into Space

Along with their instructor, three engineering technology students from Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School traveled to Houston, Texas, on April 15–17, 2019, to present a device they designed to NASA engineers and astronauts as part of the HUNCH program. High School Students Un...

Cooks and Camo in Bartlett, Illinois

Students enrolled in upper-level culinary classes at Bartlett High School participated in Cooks and Camo, a competition-style event sponsored by the Illinois Army National Guard. Competitors were challenged to create an entree and dessert items inspired by military field rations, known as meals read...

Kokomo Area Career Center & Bona Vista Host Sock Hop & Roll

On Dec. 14, 2018, Bona Vista and Kokomo Area Career Center, in Kokomo, Indiana, hosted the Sock Hop & Roll. The event was designed by Keegan Paul, a career center student and Bona Vista intern, to offer "adults with disabilities a fun night of dancing, snacking and socializing." The event was a ...