Fellowship Blog


GACTE Continues to be on the Cusp of Great Things

The Georgia Association of Career and Technical Education serves as a platform to foster leadership, program development, advocacy, policy development,

Literacy + CTE = College and Career Readiness

Each year, I always like to step outside my box and attend a professional development training that does not specifically relate to my career path. This

STEM Program Moving Full Steam Ahead

I had the opportunity to serve in an external capacity as a part of the Teacher Enrichment Workshop in
conjunction with the MAGEC-STEM PLUS (Minority

Is There a New Shift for Guidance Counselors?

Each year, the Georgia Department of Education hosts a Regional Counselor Workshop for school guidance counselors regionally located at six different

What Happens in Vegas Shouldn’t Stay in Vegas

This week, I'm heading west to join more than 3,500 CTE professionals at ACTE's CareerTech VISION in Las Vegas. The VISION agenda

Team-taught Literacy: Elective and Core

It sometimes seems as if elective and core courses are divided by a big boundary line: On one side are
the required courses for graduation, on the other

GoBuild Georgia Builds on Essential Career Readiness Skills

As a part of our governor’s initiative to vastly enhance workforce development in the state of Georgia, an office was created to implement the Go Build

New Tricks of the Trade

This month, I kicked off my Educator-in-Residency here at ACTE Headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia. My goal is to explore workforce development issues

Who is in Charge Here?!

I was able to participate at our Indiana ACTE Conference on Sept. 20 as a symposium presenter. My presentation was on the leadership opportunities offered

Can You Hear Me Now?

I had the opportunity to speak at a workshop for CTE instructors on July 17. I was asked to briefly talk on the benefits of membership in ACTE and the

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