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2018 Region I Conference
Sollers Point Technical High School 
Baltimore, Maryland
April 19-20
CTE: Mapping the Routes to Career Pathway Success
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Conference Location

Sollers Point Technical High School 
1901 Delvale Ave, Dundalk, MD 21222

Preconference Leadership Workshop: April 18 – Details TBD


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Member: $200 early bird; after March 28, $225
Non-Member: $300 early bird; after March 28, $325 

In order to register for the 2018 ACTE Region I Conference, you must either log in with your ACTE member ID and password, or if you are not a member, then create a new account.

Once you start the registration, if you do NOT complete the registration, then you must logout. Next, click the link above again and log back in so that you can start the registration again, otherwise you may get an error message.

Where can I find my ID and password?
ACTE members, log in with your member ID (found on your ACTE membership card, new member e-mail or Techniques magazine mailing label) and password (the default password is your last name). If you have previously registered to use the site, use the user ID and password you received in ACTE's welcome e-mail.

Click here if you’ve forgotten your password. You can also retrieve your log-in information by contacting ACTE at acte@acteonline.org or at 800-826-9972.

New to ACTE?
Click on “Create an Account” at the login prompt, and follow the account wizard (3 easy steps) to create a new account.  Once you create the user account, you will receive an email with your login information.

Unfortunately, at this time there is not a group registration option. 

ACTE Connect

ACTE Connect provides the crucial missing link in ACTE's current leadership development plan and gives members, regardless of their level of experience with ACTE, an opportunity for growth and development as well as a clear pathway to further leadership engagement with ACTE. 

Open to ALL members, ACTE Connect provides participants with leadership training as well as how to get involved with leadership in ACTE!  Join us at this exciting and interactive workshop to learn more about your leadership capabilities.

ACTE Connect will be led by Dr. David W.W. Jones, formally of NC State University. 


Hilton Garden Inn White Marsh
5015 Campbell Blvd, Baltimore, MD 21236
Rate: $129
Group Code: ACTE

Call 1-800-HILTONS to make your reservation. Please use the group code ACTE when making all reservations. All reservations must be received by March 18.

NOTE: if you are planning your stay to arrive on Tuesday, April 17 or depart on Saturday, April 21, you can contact jalston@acteonline.org to request the conference rate for your reservation. You will still need to make your reservation directly with the hotel, but ACTE must be notified in order to approve the extension of the rate for your entire stay.

Exhibitor and Sponsors

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Region I Workshops and Conferences

  2018 Region I Conference Sollers Point Technical High School  Baltimore, Maryland April 19-20, 2018 CTE: Mapping the Routes to Career Pathway Success     Save the Date >   Schedule at a Glance >   Conference Location

Region I

Region I is composed of 16 state affiliates, including Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, the Federal Department of Education, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and West Virginia. The mission of the Region is to support the efforts of the ACTE state associations in providing educational leadership in the development of a competitive workforce. Activities of the Region are focused on involving members, cultivating organizational leadership, advocating for workforce development, emphasizing professional development and promoting a collaborative network of communication.


ACTE Calendar

Sunday, March 04, 2018

State Educating for Careers Conference(1)

Monday, March 05, 2018

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