Offer Work-Based Learning
Work experiences can range from job shadowing and workplace immersion to internships and employment.
Expose Students To Careers
Research shows that helping students connect what they learn to the world of work motivates them to stay in school, graduate, earn a post-secondary credential and succeed in their career.
Sponsor A Student Organization
Career and technical student organizations support academics, career-readiness and leadership development through competitions, service activities and career-relevant projects. Students develop character and citizenship and gain technical, professional and teamwork skills while learning about industries and sectors that interest them.
Invest in CTE
CTE serves nearly 15,000 middle and high school students each year with career-focused education and work-based learning that empowers students to be successful citizens, workers, and leaders in a global economy.
By becoming a Sponsor, your company will help fund critical programming not covered by government funding, including work-based learning, career readiness training events, and career and technical student organizations.
Spread the Word
Help us spread the word that today's CTE is leading educational innovation, helping students develop the academic, technical and professional skills they need to compete in our technology-based, globally connected world.
By working together, we can ensure that every student succeeds in school and career and that our companies get the talent they need to compete and thrive.