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?
On September 12, Frank Xydias, high school engineering teacher at Milford High School, received the iRobot -STEM -MVP teacher of the year award at Fenway Park, an experience he described as “heartwarming.” “I stood on [...]
Educators shared best practices and honed their skills to improve services provided to students in New Hampshire. PLYMOUTH, NH – More than 130 educators that serve nearly 10,000 career and technical education (CTE) students in [...]
First and foremost and speaking for our our NHCTA / NH-CTE Board, we want to affirm our pride in--and admiration of--the NH-CTE community. It is an exciting time and certainly a moment to promote ourselves [...]
In 2017, the New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association (NHLRA) attended several sessions at the annual CTE Summer Conference to better understand the CTE model, which led to increased involvement at the same event this [...]
As part of the Creative Computing Challenge (CCC), a five-year program funded by the National Science Foundation, teachers at two Career & Technical Centers in NH this past year engaged students in creating their own [...]
“Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act” Conducted by Michael Brustein, Esq. This workshop will track all of the substantive changes from the current law to the new law. Transition Plans will take effect [...]
Not one to promote himself, Frank Xydias, high school engineering teacher at Milford High School, acknowledged surprise when he learned that a student--or several --nominated him for the iRobot -STEM -MVP teacher of the year [...]
Loosely defined as the thought processes involved in formulating problems and expressing solutions in ways that can be carried out by computers, computational thinking is not just relevant for computer science. This hypothesis has been [...]
Should a business owner ever turn down work? If you own a business in what is broadly referred to as “the trades,” the answer is probably yes, which Al Lawrence, owner of Artisan Electric in [...]
Representative Annie Kuster recently released a plan she terms the “Jobs and Opportunity Agenda.” Kuster highlighted the state’s relatively low jobless rate, saying the challenge now is to provide New Hampshire students the training they need to [...]
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