Unified Texas Organizations
Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2018, TIVA is a Texas-based professional organization for career and technical educators. The associations sets forth goals and strategies to provide members with the best education and personal benefits and to promote leadership for educators in the knowledge and development of high-quality career and technical education (CTE) programs.
Visit tiva.org to learn more about its winter and summer professional development events, member benefits, insurance offerings, CTE resources and much more.
Contact TIVA Executive Director Diana Ferguson at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Audio Visual Arts and Communication Association- AVACA
Criminal Justice Educators of Texas- CJET
Cosmetology Instructors of Public Schools
Electronics, Engineering, Information Technology Teachers of Texas – E2IT3
Iota Lambda Sigma- ILS
North American Welding Group- NAWG
Texas Automotive Instructors Association- TAIA
Texas Construction Crafts Instructors Association- TCCIA
Teachers of Electrical Trades Technology in Public Schools- TOETTIPS
TX – Career and Technical Association of Texas (CTAT) promotes quality instructional partnerships with business and industry to successfully prepare every student for the challenges of post-secondary education, a globally competitive workplace and active citizenship.
CTAT offers professional development conferences, student newsletters, an outstanding peer network of CTE professionals, is unified with ACTE and works closely with the Texas Career and Technology Council on legislation and policy affecting career and technical education. CTAT offers $2 million in optional liability insurance for $28 per year.
CTAT recognizes outstanding student achievement through its annual cash scholarship program, awarding ten $1,000 scholarships per year. CTAT recognizes CTE administrators, counselors, community and industry partners whose contributions and service enhance and improve CTE programs in Texas.
We encourage you to access the resources available through CTAT, such as this CTE Fact Sheet. Your membership and active association participation effects CTE and its role in education reform.
Contact CTAT at email@example.com, or check out the value of joining ACTE.
Texas Health Occupations Educators Association Inc.
Texas State Association Board of Directors
Visit www.ctat.org for more Lone Star State professional development events.