New Hampshire Career and Technical Education (CTE) is hands-on, real-world learning that applies directly to a job or career. CTE is offered at the high school level statewide and leads to well-paying jobs and fulfilling careers. Students explore their interests such as health care, automotive technology or finance while earning college credits and industry certifications, before entering college.
What’s Happening in New Hampshire CTE?
Like many states around the nation, New Hampshire is experiencing difficulty filling available jobs in what are broadly referred to as ‘the trades,’ a problem managers and business owners fear will only worsen. “This isn't [...]
On Monday, March 11, students from more than half a dozen Career and Technical Education (CTE) Centers will compete in the NH ProStart State Invitational at the Executive Court Banquet Facility in Manchester. During the [...]
According to Salem CTE Center Chris Dodge, one consistent challenge to enrollment in their programs, which range from Automotive Technology and Culinary Arts to Digital Graphic Applications and Marketing and Sales, stem from public misconceptions. [...]
What started as a conversation in November 2017 among several staff has turned into Drones & Technology, a full semester class that will launch for the 2019/20 academic school year at Nashua Technology Center North [...]
The state Department of Education in September awarded the Nashua Technology Center a $50,000 grant to pilot a Career Technical Education-based Algebra I course for the 2019-20 academic term, with the help of various representatives [...]
“Flexing” time in school The introduction of technology is not the only change in today’s classroom, as many students struggle with availability of time, which is an issue that resulted in the Flexible Time Model [...]
With the hospitality industry struggling to fill open positions, education and workforce development was a strong focus in 2018 for the New Hampshire Lodging & Restaurant Association (NHLRA). “There's not one solution, but throughout 2018, [...]
One of the biggest challenges in industry today in New Hampshire is the workforce labor shortage, a reality that serves as backdrop to a new construction career exploration program at Parkside Middle School in Manchester. [...]
Recently, Steve Rothenberg, NHCTA/NH-CTE President, joined a diverse group of leaders from across the nation in California to discuss ways to better advance the skilled trades in the automotive, construction, manufacturing, welding and HVAC sectors. [...]
With the majority of STEM jobs in computing and a projected job growth of 13% compared with 6.5% growth across all occupations, the need for computer science education has never been greater. It is this [...]
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