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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.

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Culinary Students Ready to go “Pro” at State Competition

On March 11 at the University of New Hampshire, 7 high school teams will compete at the NH State ProStart Competition with the opportunity to represent NH at the National ProStart Competition in South Carolina [...]

By | March 7th, 2017|Article, Culinary Arts|0 Comments

Pathways to Success

As part of its 65 by 25 initiative, which seeks to ensure that 65 percent of adults 25 and older in New Hampshire will have some form of post-secondary education by 2025, the Community College [...]

By | February 27th, 2017|Article|0 Comments

Reaching “New Heights” through Robotics

According to findings from the NH Governor’s Task Force on K-12 STEM Education, the need for STEM programming has never been greater. These findings reveal that while employment opportunities in STEM-related jobs are growing in [...]

By | February 20th, 2017|Article|0 Comments

Importance of Teaching Takes Center Stage at TEACHERFEST 2016

In October of last year, Educators Rising NH hosted its first fall TEACHERFEST on the campus of NHTI- Concord’s Community College as a way to expose students to NH colleges that offer degrees in education. [...]

By | February 7th, 2017|Article|0 Comments

Students Hit ‘Paydirt’ at SST

With more than 60 enrolled students, Seacoast School of Technology’s Animal & Plant Science program recently saw three of its own—seniors Jalin Marston, Rebecca Bernier and Madelyn Bentz—achieve success at the national level. Competing in [...]

By | December 22nd, 2016|Article|0 Comments
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FFA State Officers Visit New Commercial Facility

The FFA State Officers recently had the opportunity to visit Lëf Farms, a new 75,000 square foot, multi-million dollar production facility in Loudon.  The operation, owned by Pleasant View Gardens, is expected to hydroponically produce [...]

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New Hampshire Career and Technical Centers 

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Registration for the Presidents/Advisers Meeting is due Sunday.

It's crucial to contact your members of Congress in the next few weeks to get Perkins reauthorized. #PerkinsCTE https://t.co/lTg6u6IZQN

FBLA https://t.co/ehM0hW7vfk

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Another piece of the puzzle! Discover the benefits of #CareerTechEd at https://t.co/ET9nOeiLgo https://t.co/VrsUkcTJ52

Another piece of the puzzle! Discover the benefits of #CareerTechEd at https://t.co/ET9nOeiLgo https://t.co/VrsUkcTJ52
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Select a Category

Click on a location to view center information

Search by Program

Click here to view all of the Schools

Archives

Registration for the Presidents/Advisers Meeting is due Sunday.

It's crucial to contact your members of Congress in the next few weeks to get Perkins reauthorized. #PerkinsCTE https://t.co/lTg6u6IZQN

FBLA https://t.co/ehM0hW7vfk

FBLA https://t.co/ehM0hW7vfk

Another piece of the puzzle! Discover the benefits of #CareerTechEd at https://t.co/ET9nOeiLgo https://t.co/VrsUkcTJ52

Another piece of the puzzle! Discover the benefits of #CareerTechEd at https://t.co/ET9nOeiLgo https://t.co/VrsUkcTJ52
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