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GBCC Hospitality Students Learn from Industry Pro’s During Wine Expo NH

By | April 22nd, 2018|Culinary Arts, Hospitality, Lodging Management, Restaurant, Culinary & Catering Management/Manager, Tid Bits|

Students in Great Bay Community College’s hospitality management program will work side-by-side with wine professionals at Wine Expo NH, a festive wine-and-food event on May 2nd at Portsmouth Harbor Events Center in the Portwalk. This walk-around grand tasting will raise money for student scholarships. Wine Expo NH will showcase hundreds of wines will all wines [...]

NH CTE Conference Pre-Registration is Now Available

By | April 21st, 2018|CTE Administration, Professional Development, Tid Bits|

The NH Department of Education Bureau of Career Development is happy to announce that pre-registration for the NH-CTE Summer Conference 2018  is now open.  All of NH's CTE community is invited to attend August 14th-16th at Plymouth State University. The cost of the conference is FREE!  When you click on the pre-registration link you will [...]

Nashua South Video Production and Broadcasting Program Receives Excellence in Action Award

By | April 21st, 2018|Film/Video & Photographic Arts, Other, Radio & Television Broadcasting Technology, Schools, Tid Bits|

The Video and Broadcasting Program of study at Nashua Technology Center of Nashua South High School received the prestigious Excellence in Action Award from Advance CTE.  The award honors innovative and effective Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs across the nation.  The Video & Broadcasting program of study exemplifies excellence in providing relevant work-based learning opportunities [...]

Revamped and rigorous, career and technical education is ready to be taken seriously

By | April 21st, 2018|CTE Promotion, Schools, Tid Bits|

Career and technical education (CTE) programs such as those offered at MST — which feature academically and professionally rigorous classes and send graduates off to postsecondary programs at high rates — may be uniquely positioned to prepare young adults for the future of work.   Full Article

Nothing “soft” about skills displayed at NH ProStart Invitational

By | April 19th, 2018|Article|

Although often referred to as “soft,” teamwork, communication, problem solving and critical thinking are skills in high demand in the workplace today, which makes the NH ProStart Invitational so unique. Held in early March at UNH, this culinary competition pits high school teams from across the state against one another, as they demonstrate these skills [...]

STEM Teacher of the Year

By | April 14th, 2018|STEM, Tid Bits|

Congratulations to Robert Lalancette, marine robotics and woodworking teacher at Nahsua North, for being presented a STEM Excellence in Teaching Award from the NH Society of Professional Engineers (NHSPE). NHSPE seeks teachers who are creative and innovative, as well as an effective motivator of learning among students. According to NHSPE brochure, the organization looks to [...]

Berlin Welding Students Sweep State Competition

By | April 14th, 2018|Manufacturing Technology/Technician, SkillsUSA NH, Tid Bits, Welding Technology|

Students at the Berlin Regional Career and Technical Education Center's Welding Program sweep the skills USA state championships placing 1st, Noah Cornish 2nd, Jason Binette and 3rd, John Arquin. The Berlin Regional Career and Technical Center's Welding programs instructor is the longtime teacher and welding instructor Dennis Carrier. He is no stranger to going to nationals. He has created [...]

FFA State President Travels to DC

By | March 30th, 2018|Agricutlure, CTSO, FFA, Tid Bits|

FFA State President, Sydney Wilson traveled to Washington D.C. to represent agriculture and FFA on Capitol Hill for National Ag Day! She had the opportunity to talk to New Hampshire staff in the Senate and Congress about important agricultural topics. She even was able to meet National Secretary of Agriculture; Sonny Perdue! We hope you [...]

Seacoast School of Technology Welding Students Help Out Police Department

By | March 30th, 2018|Manufacturing Technology/Technician, Tid Bits, Welding Technology|

The Barrington Police Department needed pass through lockers for evidence collection. Lockers will be installed into a wall where officers will place seized evidence into the locked lockers on the outside and the people working inside can collect the items in the morning. These are usually very expensive, but the Seacoast School of Technology Welding [...]

Teen Safety To Take Center Stage

By | March 30th, 2018|Article|

On May 29th, a packed house is expected at Pinkerton Academy from 6 to 9 pm in the Stockbridge Theatre for the first annual SAFETEEN Awards and Film Festival. At the event, awards will be given out I various categories, some of which include: Best Fire Safety Film, Best Suicide Prevention Film, Best Substance Abuse [...]