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.
Nicholas Raynes of Exeter received a $1,000 scholarship from the New Hampshire Automotive Education Foundation (NHAEF). He was given an additional $1,500 scholarship last year. Nick is in his second year at Nashua Community College, where he [...]
A 4-year college or university is not the only pathway to a successful career, which is something Joe Peterson wishes he knew when he graduated high school in 2008. Acknowledging he felt pressure to attend [...]
As automation and artificial intelligence continue to change the way all industries operate, students planning for college and careers face a unique challenge – securing educational opportunities that will serve them in a world where [...]
On Thursday, October 26, hundreds of business owners, architects, contractors and others are expected to attend the Annual “Excellence in Construction” Awards, presented by the Associated Builders and Contractors, New Hampshire/Vermont Chapter (ABCNHVT). At the [...]
On Friday, October 20, the Seacoast School of Technology will host a College and Career Fair with more than 65 colleges, technical programs, local businesses and military representatives expected in attendance. According to Equity Counselor [...]
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 [...]
After weeks of competitive testing across New Hampshire’s various Career Technical Education Centers, the New Hampshire Automobile Dealer's Association has named the top four winning teams that have earned scholarships in the written phase. Ten schools [...]
At the recent National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Debbi Cox was awarded the Honorary American Degree for her volunteer work on the state level. Not only is she the President of the NH FFA Foundation, [...]
The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum recently launched its third annual National High School Design Competition, challenging teens around the country to design a solution to make the everyday—place, process, or object—accessible for all. The competition is [...]
The Sugar River Valley FFA Chapter recently traveled to Indianapolis for the National FFA Convention. In addition to the competitions, speakers, workshops and career expo, the students created a masterful state display representing New Hampshire. [...]
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