North Carolina Association for Career and Technical Education
The North Carolina Association for Career Technical Education (NCACTE) is the professional organization for North Carolina Educators associated with Career-Technical Education. In this capacity the organization will serve as a unifying agency for personnel in all types of Career and Technical Education. Further NCACTE will assume and maintain active state leadership in initiating, expanding, improving, and promoting Career and Technical Education. Within the structure of NCACTE are different divisions of Career and Technical Education designed to embrace all those interested in Career and Technical Education in the state of North Carolina. The divisions of NCACTE assist with an open state forum to promote, study, and discuss any issue involved in Career and Technical Education.
Read more about CTE in the Tar Heel State – read the North Carolina fact sheet.
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NCACTE invites you to attend the Fall Professional Development Seminar scheduled for October 30-31, 2023 at Brookstown Inn in Winston Salem, NC. The professional development topics are listed on the agenda included with this packet. Seminar participants will be able to earn 1 CEU of credit. Note that the professional development sessions will begin on Tuesday morning with an opening session. The professional development seminar is open to all Career and Technical Educators. Please share this information with your colleagues.
Each individual will be responsible for handling his/her own lodging arrangements. We have a room block at the Brookstown Inn, 200 Brookstown Avenue, Winston Salem. We have rooms blocked for Monday and Tuesday nights. The cost for lodging is not included in this registration fee. The phone number for reservations is 336-701-3904. Parking at the hotel is free. You must make your reservation by October 8, 2023.
The registration fee for NCACTE members is $100.00, for non-members is $200.00. The registration fee includes lunch and breaks both days. Breakfast is included for those staying at the Brookstown Inn. All other meals will be on your own. Registration payment is due to NCACTE before October 27, 2023.
Please use the following link to Register and access Hotel Reservations
Again, this Professional Development Seminar is open to all Career and Technical Educators. Please make plans to join us in Winston Salem for this event.
My name is Julie Pack, and I have the honor of serving as the 2023-2024 NCACTE President. I currently serve as the Senior Executive Director for Career & Technical Education and Magnet Programs for Durham Public Schools, in Durham, NC. I have been engaged with CTE since 2011 when I became a CTE Director. I have had the privilege of being an ACTE Leadership Fellow in 2020, and I currently represent Region 2 on the Policy Committee for the Administration Division for ACTE. I was also the Administration Division Secretary in 2021-2022. I am extremely passionate about career education and look forward to serving the state in this role.
Please consider joining NCACTE if you have not already done so and participate in the engaging Professional Development Opportunities we have scheduled for this school year. With your help we can continue to provide the best resources and opportunities for Career and Technical Education Teachers in North Carolina so that we can continue to make a difference in the lives of the almost 1,000,000 students who participate in CTE courses. Please reach out and let NCACTE know how we can best serve you this school year.
- To promote the mission and purposes of the Association for Career and Technical Education, as established in the ACTE Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, Article II.
- To serve as a unifying agency for personnel in all types of career and technical education.
- To assume and maintain active state leadership in initiating, expanding, improving, and promoting Career and Technical Education.
- To act as a central agency in keeping the people of the state informed of the mission, scope, needs, quality, importance, and contributions of Career and Technical Education and the Association.
- To promote the organization and maintenance of active affiliated local and collegiate chapters.
- To provide a state open forum for the study and discussion of all questions involved in career and technical education.
ACTE and NCACTE are committed to your individual success with the promotion and support of CTE as a whole. By joining this organization, you can add yourself to the number of career and technical educators dedicated to ensuring that CTE remains a valuable education pathway. Learn more about the member benefits.
NEW Installment Option: The option to pay in four consecutive installments is now available through our online membership form. The installments will be equally divided over fourth months and will be automatically debited to your credit card should you choose this option. You can select this new option in the payment section of the membership form.
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