Kentucky Association for
CTE Summer Program
Reminder: Any changes or refund requests in registration must be made by June 15, 2021.
Registration is OPEN for the 2021 CTE Summer Program
The 2021 CTE Summer Program is planned as a full, in-person professional development conference. Programming will be available for CTE administrators and teachers in all CTE pathways. The registration fee incorporates the traditional programming, amenities and special events familiar to previous CTE Summer Program attendees.
In addition to the full, in-person conference, this year’s conference will offer a limited virtual program, and a virtual-only program registration fee is available. Live streaming may be available for the Opening Session on July 21, and select programs will be available following their presentation. All virtual programming will be archived and made available following the conference.
A list of the virtual programs will be available in March. All registrants, whether virtual or in-person, will be e-mailed the link to the virtual programming. Please make sure your registration contains the e-mail where you can be reached in July.
All current (July) COVID-19 protocols from the state and The Galt House will be in place for the in-person conference. Registration rates are available for the full conference or a one-day option.
The Opening Session keynote speaker is Mark Perna, TFS Founder and CEO. His topic is Answering Why: Unleashing Passion, Purpose, and Performance in Younger Generations.
Plans are being made for The CTE Meeting Place, association special events, and food functions throughout the conference. More than 200 sessions have been submitted for the program.
Conference Registration Link: tinyurl.com/m2nn3sqa
Online Galt House Booking Link: KACTE 2021
CTE Summer Program
The Annual Career and Technical Education (CTE) Statewide Summer Program is managed by KACTE. The 2021 CTE Summer Program, and July 20-23. Updates on CTE Summer Program plans and information will be posted as they are developed and released.
The theme for the 2021 CTE Summer Program is: Our Mission: Student Success
The CTE Meeting Place
The CTE Meeting Place will provide a networking forum where teachers and administrators can review products and services to improve CTE instruction, and institutions and business can interact with teachers and administrators to build understanding to improve mutual success. Please click on the drop down menu, CTE Meeting Place for more details.
Donnalie Stratton Middle School
Summer Program Stipend
The Kentucky Association for Career and Technical Education (KACTE) is offering full time middle school teachers of career and technical education attending the 2021 Annual CTE Summer Program an opportunity to receive a $300 stipend to cover full conference registration fees and additional expenses. Eight stipends will be awarded.
Call for Presentations
Call for Presentations
PRESENTATION PROPOSALS should address the theme, Our Mission: Student Success. Presentations are requested to further sustain programmatic, classroom and student achievement through one or more of the following topics:
- Professional leadership
- Transition readiness
- New technology
- Career pathways
- Best practices
- Enhanced skills
- Successful partnerships
PROPOSALS will be welcomed for 50-minute presentations, 1.5-hour sessions or 3-hour workshops. Proposals may suggest more than one topic within a time period to share ideas, suggestions or practices with colleagues in a concise manner, allowing attendees to obtain valuable techniques or skills in a short timeframe.
Proposals are due on January 15, 2021, and must be submitted online. Accepted proposals will be acknowledged in mid-April 2021 following a peer review by the Summer Program Planning Committee.
Please note: Plans may have to adjust given the status of the pandemic.
CTE Meeting Place
The CTE Meeting Place is the networking forum for the 2021 Kentucky Career and Technical Education (CTE) Summer Program, July 20-23, at the Galt House Hotel and Suites, Louisville, Kentucky. The CTE Meeting Place is the cite of registration; lunches, refreshment breaks and a continental breakfast; and exhibits. Opening Session attendees flow through The CTE Meeting Place. The CTE Meeting Place will be a hub of interaction among teachers, exhibitors, administrators, sponsors, partner organizations, educational institutions, business and industry, economic developers, and government officials.
All have a place at The CTE Meeting Place.
The CTE Meeting Place will provide a networking forum where teachers and administrators can review products and services to improve CTE instruction, and institutions and businesses can interact with teachers and administrators to build understanding to improve mutual success.