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Whelen Engineering and CTE Leaders Working Together

By | February 28th, 2018|Article|

Among several related objectives, one of the most important for the NH Association of Career and Technical Administrators (NHCTA) is to form meaningful partnerships with industry. One such partnership is with the Whelen Engineering Company, Inc, which will host a meeting on March 9 at its manufacturing facility in Charlestown, NH with CTE directors and [...]

Nashua CTE to Pilot New Drone Course

By | February 26th, 2018|Computers, Programs, Tid Bits|

As part of a new Girls in STEAM program, (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math), Nashua students will be learning to fly drones from SI Drones in Merrimack.  Along with learning about drones, the course will focus on computational thinking and women in technology.  Photography eacher Erin Knoetig will be getting her FFA Part 107 [...]

Concord High School Automotive Technology Teacher Wins National Award

By | February 26th, 2018|Article, Automotive|

Concord Regional Technical Center Automotive Technology teacher Scott Mayotte has been recognized as one of the top skilled trades teachers in the country in the annual Harbor Freight Tools for Schools national competition. His $30,000 prize is a split award, with $10,000 going to Mr. Mayotte and $20,000 going to his automotive program at the [...]

Vermont/New Hampshire Career Development Association to Host First All-Day Workshop

By | February 22nd, 2018|Article|

On Friday, April 13, the Vermont/New Hampshire Career Development Association (VTNHCDA)will host its first ever all-day workshop at Keen State College. According to Doug Cullen, past president of the association, the gathering will be “a small event, but with great speakers," each of whom will initiate conversations around Transition Planning for students and young adults [...]

New Hampshire Hospitality Month with the Fisher Cats

By | February 15th, 2018|Hospitality, Tid Bits|

Join students from all over the state for a night of learning, baseball and fun!  On Tuesday, April 17th at 4:00 pm, The New Hampshire Fisher Cats and the New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association will host a Hospitality Industry Panel followed by a VIP behind-the-scenes stadium tour.  The 6:35 Fisher Cats game tops off [...]

Did you know . . .

By | February 9th, 2018|College, Tid Bits|

75% of students who complete a career pathway go on to college!

2018 NH Career & Technical Education Conference

By | February 6th, 2018|Professional Development, Tid Bits|

Save the date for the 2018 NH Career & Technical Education Conference!  Last summer's conference was such a great success that this year it has now expanded to 3 days, August 14th - 16th, in Plymouth, NH.  This year's event will be hosted by the NH Department of Education, NH-CTE, Plymouth Applied Technology Center and Plymouth [...]

First Annual NH Health Care Month

By | February 6th, 2018|Health Professions, Tid Bits|

May 2018 will be the first annual New Hampshire Health Care Month!  What is New Hampshire Health Care Month?  Middle school and high school students are invited to tour various health care industries throughout the state. The goal of New Hampshire Health Care Month is to generate interest about careers in health care. What is a day [...]

CTSO Day

By | January 29th, 2018|CTSO, Tid Bits|

Career and Technical Student Organizations State Officers from across New Hampshire will be attending CTSO Day at the State House Library Map Room on Tuesday, February 6th from 9am to 1pm. All elected officials and CTE School Administrators are invited and encouraged to attend. State officers will present to our elected officials to increase CTSO [...]

CTE Program Enables Youth to go for “a Ride”

By | January 24th, 2018|Article|

Traditional educational approaches often focus on theory as opposed to practical application, which does not define STEM CTE programs, according to Frank Xydias, engineering instructor at Milford High School & Applied Technology Center in Milford. "Many of the problems we solve in STEM classes are open-ended and grounded in solving real-world problems," he said. Such [...]