Press Hits :2022


Is College Worth the Cost? Factors to Consider

U.S. News & World Report, June 30, 2022

ACTE Senior Director of Public Policy Alisha Hyslop was quoted in this article about considering a CTE program.

Paper boy, golf club cleaner, supermarket cashier: Pa. lawmakers remember their first jobs

PennLive.com/Harrisburg Patriot-News, June 27, 2022

ACTE Media Relations and Advocacy Associate Jori Houck was quoted in this article about the importance of CTE in Pennsylvania.

Thompson, Kilmer Introduce Bill to Expand Career Counseling for Adult Learners

June 23, 2022

ACTE Executive Director LeAnn Wilson was quoted in this press release on the Creating Opportunities to Thrive and Advance Act (COTA).

CTE Conference Causes ‘Good Trouble’ for Equity

Diverse Issues in Higher Education, June 12, 2022

ACTE IAED coordinator Amada Bastoni was featured in this article about the “Good Trouble” IAED in CTE conference.

Community College Enrollment Crash Continues, Career-Focused Programs Rebound

BestColleges.com, June 3, 2022

ACTE Media Relations and Advocacy Associate Jori Houck was quoted in this article on community college enrollment.

For US university students, the value of going on to higher education diminishes after two years of COVID-19 [Translation]

The Nikkei, June 1, 2022

ACTE Senior Director of Public Policy was featured in this article from the Nikkei (Japan) on CTE enrollment data.

Inclusive strategies in CTE courses improve student engagement

K-12 Dive, April 20, 2022

A Guide to Trade Schools and Vocational Programs

U.S. News & World Report, April 19, 2022

$5.1 million Data Center Lab to be built at NOVA Woodbridge Campus

Potomac Local News, March 24, 2022

College, business leaders, to tour Woodbridge data center program

Potomac Local News, March 22, 2022

Wednesday, March 23, is National Data Center Day. The event will be marked with a tour of the Workforce Development Center at Northern Virginia Community College Workforce Development Center. College President Dr. Anne Kress, campus provost Dr. Sam Hill, as well as officials from the Association for Career and Technical Education and National Association of Home Builders will be on hand.