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.
NH-CTE 2020 AWARDS
Nominations are due by the end of the day on November 30, 2019. Click the award of interest below to nominate.
What’s Happening in New Hampshire CTE?
Longtime St. Vincent de Paul board member and Exeter Rotarian Rachael Ela was named Citizen of the Year at the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce’s Business of the Year awards. The annual ceremony, which honors [...]
The first EVER New Hampshire teacher of the year award was recently presented at Salem High School. Like the 1st album of a great band, the first teacher winner reconciles YEARS of never choosing, so [...]
MILFORD – U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, D-N.H., would certainly never discourage anyone from pursuing a bachelor’s degree. Still, during her Tuesday visit to Milford High School, Kuster acknowledged that four-year degrees are likely not the [...]
MILFORD – With handshakes and smiles, students put their best selves forward last week during a job and internship fair at Milford High School. Representatives of 45 local companies had booths set up in the [...]
Recently, Margaret Callahan, principal at Seacoast School of Technology (SST), was awarded the Honorary State Future Farmers of America (FFA) degree in recognition of her support and dedication to agricultural education students in New Hampshire. [...]
EOn Monday, May 13, dozens of educators and industry leaders are expected at Business Roundtable: Apprenticeship as a Workforce Solution, hosted by Apprenticeship NH and NHTI, Concord's Community College. According to Amie L. Pariseau of [...]
Students on the right “career path” in CTE While Career and Technical Education (CTE) has garnered more attention in recent years, much is still misunderstood about it. “CTE is not a lower level of education,” [...]
Pinkerton Academy senior Ryan Neil takes work-based learning to new heights. Starting at age 13, Ryan's Sugar Shack got its start by tapping two trees. Five years later, he now has 1,500 taps which produced [...]
Steve Rothenberg, CTE Director at Concord High School, recently shared his thoughts on changes which need to be made in our education system. "If we want more students to graduate truly ready for today’s college [...]
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NH-CTE 2020 AWARDS
Nominations are due by the end of the day on November 30, 2019. Click the award of interest below for more information.
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