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1 Career and Technical Student Organizations Serving Career and Technical Education Students in Connecticut 1

2 Career and Technical Education (CTE) is helping our nation address key challenges such as workforce development, student achievement, economic vitality and global competitiveness. Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) are key components to strong CTE programs. CTSOs integrate into CTE programs and courses and extend teaching and learning through innovative programs, business and community partnerships and leadership experiences at the school, state and national levels. CTSOs provide relevant, engaging programs that improve student achievement, reduce dropout rates and help students discover the wide range of career options available. CTSOs engage the community and local businesses to help students understand global competition and chart effective and efficient pathways through high school and postsecondary education for their personal success. CTSO programs, such as industry based competitive events and community service, provide students with the opportunity to develop 21st Century Skills focused on creativity, problem solving, teamwork and goal setting. CTSOs bring relevance to the classroom and prepare students to be college and career ready. The impact that CTSOs make in our state is quite astonishing. We invite you to review this publication to see how Career and Technical Student Organizations are contributing to learning that works in our state. 2

3 Connecticut Fact Sheet CTE STATE OVERVIEW At the secondary level, Connecticut delivers CTE through comprehensive high schools and through the Connecticut Technical High System (CTHSS), which is a statewide system of 17 technical high schools, serving full-time high school students with comprehensive education and training and part-time adult students in apprenticeship and other programs. The state also has 19 Agriculture Science and Technology Education Centers. At the postsecondary level, CTE is delivered through 12 community colleges. 133,037 SECONDARY 64,049 POSTSECONDARY CAREER AND TECHNICAL STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS IN CONNECTICUT Career and Technical Student Organizations extend Career and Technical Education in Connecticut through networks of programs, business and community partnerships and leadership experiences at the school, state and national levels. Career and Technical Student Organizations provide Connecticut students with opportunities to apply academic, technical and employability knowledge and skills necessary in today s workforce. CTSOs serve a total of 74,288 Connecticut students through DECA, FBLA, FCCLA, FEA, FFA, HOSA, SkillsUSA and TSA. For a report of CTSO participation by each school, please see the section in this document. PERKINS FUNDING Connecticut received $8,596,623 for Fiscal Year 2013, $800,000 less than in 2012 and $2.2 million less than in Of funds distributed to local programs, 79 percent go to secondary recipients and 21 percent go to postsecondary recipients. 83% of CTE high school students graduated. 91% met performance goals for reading/language arts skills. 91% of CTE postsecondary students met performance goals for technical skills. 71% remained enrolled or transferred to another postsecondary institution. 3

4 Learning that works. Nine organizations. One common mission. Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) provide the American education system the tools to educate the student for college and careers in ways that are uniquely American. By integrating into Career and Technical Education programs and courses, CTSOs extend teaching and learning through networks of programs, business and community partnerships and leadership experiences at the school, state and national levels with different opportunities to learn academic, technical and employability skills, which American business and industry say are necessary in today s workforce. Connecting classrooms to a large network. Each of the nine CTSOs focus on specific Each organization operates independently with contextualized academic instruction and have the opportunity to work in settings where the school-based chapters, state-based associations career skills learned in the classroom can be and national offices creating opportunities and utilized. Participation in a local chapter includes experiences that a school or even a state could activities designed to expand students leadership not achieve on their own. abilities, contextualize their academic instruction, At the national, state and local levels, CTSOs offer diverse programming that is designed to enhance classroom instruction and four encourage them to pursue their education and equip them with job-related skills in their career field of interest. Students are also able to develop common organizational goals: academic and leadership, teamwork, creativity and career achievement, leadership development, technical skills. professional development; and community service. At the local level, CTSO chapters operate as Students participate in local, state, national and international career-based competitions, aligned with state academic standards, designed in-school, co-curricular programs led by CTE to measure their academic understanding and teachers as advisers in middle schools, high skills development. schools and postsecondary institutions. The U.S. Congress has specifically authorized Scholarships and awards also encourage students to continue their career-path education CTSOs in the Perkins Act, and they operate as and assume personal responsibility for their own national not-for-profit organizations divided into career readiness. career fields and tailors their programing to state associations and local school chapters. the students, teachers and businesses in those Funds from the Perkins Act can be used to support academic instruction and the opportunity to fields. With its singular focus on a specific set local CTSOs. work in settings where the career skills learned in of career areas (Career Clusters), each CTSO develops partnerships with business and industry, teachers and colleges and at the local, state and national levels that support and enhance student 4 development in unique ways. Students are the core of each organization. Students participating in CTSOs learn By providing students with contextualized the classroom can be utilized, CTSOs effectively facilitate the development of students academic, technical and employability skills.

5 Career and Technical Student Organizations ACADEMIC AND TECHNICAL SKILLS CTSOs apply learning through classroom activities and programs, such as competitive events, that provide unique opportunities to motivate students to demonstrate classroom instruction. CTSOs engage businesses in the education process to identify essential career ready skills. EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS CTSOs create leaders through the development of 21st Century Skills such as creativity, problem solving, teamwork and goal setting. STUDENT, COMMUNITY AND BUSINESS ENGAGEMENT Making an Impact With more than 1.5 million student members combined, CTSOs have a definite impact on students overall college and career readiness: Students who participate in CTSOs demonstrate higher levels of academic engagement and motivation, civic engagement, career selfefficacy and employability skills than other students, and the more students participate in CTSO activities, the better the results. According to the National Research Center for Career and Technical Education, participating in leadership and professional development activities in a CTSO raises students educational aspirations. Students who participate in school organizations in 10th grade have higher high school grade point average and are more likely to be enrolled in college at 21 than other students. CTSOs enhance student engagement by empowering them in classroom, community and career activities. EDUCATION ATTAINMENT According to the National Research Center for Career and Technical Education, participating in leadership and professional development activities in a CTSO raises students educational aspirations. 5

6 Career and Technical Student Organizations The mission of Business Professionals of America is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic and technological skills. < DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. < Bringing business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. < To promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader, members develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation. < The Future Educators Association (FEA), sponsored by PDK International, is a student organization that provides students interested in education-related careers with activities and materials that help them explore the teaching profession in a variety of ways. < Making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agriculture education. < The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping the student meet the needs of the health care community. < SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. < The Technology Student Association fosters personal growth, leadership, and opportunities in technology, innovation, design, and engineering. Members apply and integrate science, technology, engineering and mathematics concepts through cocurricular activities, competitive events and related programs. < 6

7 ACADEMIC AND TECHNICAL SKILLS Align with National Curriculum Standards CTSO programs and activities, such as competitive events, are aligned with National Curriculum Standards in sixteen career clusters recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Integrate Into Classroom Instruction CTSO programs and activities are designed to provide authentic, experiential application of essential skills and knowledge obtained through classroom instruction. Industry Validated The sixteen career clusters and their National Curriculum Standards are based on research conducted by and through industries associated with each career cluster. Assess Classroom Learning CTSOs use a variety of assessment models that are reflective of industry practices. Each requires the student to apply the knowledge and skills learned in the classroom to industry situations through a variety of assessment techniques such as comprehensive exams, role-plays, presentations, demonstrations and case-studies. 7

8 EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS Support 21st Century Skills CTSO programs and activities develop 21st Century Skills such as collaboration, communications, critical thinking and creativity. Preparing Future Leaders CTSO programs and activities provide students with opportunities to assume leadership roles and encourage them to be active citizens. Emerging Technology CTSOs keep students at the forefront of technology by ensuring classrooms are up-to-date with the latest productivity-enhancing tools, equipment and curriculum. 8

9 Career and Technical Student Organizations STUDENT, COMMUNITY AND BUSINESS ENGAGEMENT Creating Small Learning Communities As an example of a highly-effective small learning community, CTSOs bring together students with similar interests and foster a collaborative environment. Making A Difference In The Community CTSOs provide students opportunities to develop and participate in community service projects that help them recognize the power they have to make a difference in their communities. Mentoring Tomorrow s Workforce CTSO students learn important skills through business and industry partners who serve as mentors through various CTSO programs and activities. EDUCATION ATTAINMENT Reaching Goals CTSOs are the premier example of maximizing student engagement with academic classroom activities to lead to success in college and careers. Supporting a Program of Study Career and Technical Education s success lies in its ability to provide rigorous programs of study, relevant knowledge and the ability to develop meaningful and effective relationships. Enriching Career Opportunities CTSO programs and activities provide students a clearer idea about their future career path thus engaging them in relevant coursework and co-curricular activities. Engaging All Students Regardless of learning style or scholastic aptitude, CTSOs engage all students in the learning process and give them an experience in school that will create a positive impact in their learning process. 9

10 Business Partnerships Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) engage businesses and industry at the national, state, and local levels. This involvement shows educators and students alike that business cares about their future and helps ensure that education experiences are aligned to the needs of business. Among the nine CTSOs more than 1,000 businesses are actively involved in a variety of ways. Some of the CTSO s major partners are below. 10

11 Career and Technical Student Organizations Connecticut CTSO Directory 11

12 CONNECTICUT CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 1 A I Prince Technical High Hartford 730 Berlin High Berlin 31 Bloomfield High Bloomfield 92 Bristol Central High Bristol 18 Bristol Technical Education Center Bristol 136 East Hartford High East Hartford 9 Gilbert High Winsted 13 Glastonbury High Glastonbury 155 Great Path Academy Manchester 14 Hall High West Hartford 12 Hartford Public Academy Of Nursing And High Howell Cheney Technical High Lincoln College of New England College Hartford,ct 31 Manchester 664 Southington 5 Manchester High Manchester 60 Metropolitan Learning Center Bloomfield 13 Northwestern Reg High Winsted 125 Northwestern Regional High Winsted 4 Rocky Hill High Rocky Hill 19 Sedgwick Middle West Hartford 21 South Windsor High South Windsor 114 Southington High Southington 218 Wethersfield High Wethersfield 51 Windsor High E Windsor 10 Windsor High Windsor 8 Windsor Locks High Windsor Locks 46 CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 2 Bacon Academy High Colchester 43 Bolton High Bolton 1 College Of Ag and Natural Resources Total CTSO Members Storrs 0 Coventry High Coventry 14 BPA DECA FBLA FCCLA FEA FFA HOSA SkillsUSA TSA Daniel Hand High Madison 11 E O Smith High Storrs *Data represents school year.

13 E T Grasso Technical High Total CTSO Members BPA DECA FBLA FCCLA FEA FFA HOSA SkillsUSA TSA Groton 584 Edwin O Smith High Storrs Mansfield 63 Enrico Fermi High Enfield 40 H H Ellis Technical High Danielson 557 Haddam Killingworth High Higganum 22 Johnson and Wales University Vernon 1 Killingly High Danielson 156 Learn Old Lyme 5 Ledyard High Ledyard 149 Lyman Memorial High Lebanon 106 Lyme High Old Lyme 28 Montville High Oakdale 13 Nathan Hale Ray High East Haddam 23 New London High New London 17 Norwich Technical High Norwich 672 Old Lyme High Old Lyme 11 Ray Moodus 35 Rham High Hebron 114 Rham Middle Hebron 25 Rockville High Vernon 0 Suffield Regional West Suffield 158 The Morgan Clinton 25 Tolland High Tolland 37 University of Connecticut Storrsmansfield Valley Regional High Deep River 12 Waterford High Waterford 14 Westbrook High Westbrook 7 83 Windham High Peach Tree Willimantic 13 Windham High Willimantic 120 Windham Middle Willimantic 59 Windham Technical High Willimantic 575 Woodstock Academy Woodstock 42 CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 3 Ansonia High Ansonia 45 Branford High Branford 13 Bunnell High Stratford 126 Career High New Haven 32 Chuck's High Arlington 6 Connecticut Association Middletown 0 CT High Prospect 1 East Haven High East Haven

14 Eli Whitney Technical High Emmett OBrien Technical High Frank Scott Bunnell High Total CTSO Members BPA DECA FBLA FCCLA FEA FFA HOSA SkillsUSA TSA Hamden 555 Ansonia 535 Stratford 17 Hamden High Hamden 60 Hamden Middle Hamden 25 Hill Regional Career Center New Haven 52 Hill Regional Career High Hyde of Health Sciences and Sports Medicine New Haven 11 Hamden 229 Joseph A Foran High Milford 25 Lyman Hall High Wallingford 285 Middletown High Middletown 302 Naugatuck High Naugatuck 137 Notre Dame High West Haven 14 Platt Technical High Milford 867 Seymour High Seymour 10 SkillsUSA Connecticut State Office Middletown 7 Stratford High Stratford 69 The Sound New Haven 270 The University of New Haven West haven 14 University of New Haven College West Haven 18 Vinal Technical High Middletown 618 West Haven High West Haven 61 CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 4 Bassick High Bridgeport 8 Bridgeport Aquaculture Bridgeport 169 Brien McMahon High Norwalk 15 Bullard Havens Technical High Bridgeport 884 Fairfield Ludlowe High Fairfield 28 Fairfield University Fairfield 5 Fairfield Warde High Fairfield 12 Joe Barlow High Redding 6 Masuk High Monroe 261 Norwalk High Norwalk 37 Oxford High Oxford 63 Ridgefield High Ridgefield 134 Shelton High Shelton 92 Stamford High Stamford 33 Stamford Reg Ag Ed Center Stamford 76 Trumbull High Trumbull 40 Trumbull Regional Trumbull

15 Total CTSO Members Westhill High Stamford 64 BPA DECA FBLA FCCLA FEA FFA HOSA SkillsUSA TSA Wilton High Wilton 16 Brookfield High Brookfield 106 CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 5 Cheshire High Cheshire 94 Connecticut JR Republic Litchfield 0 Crosby High Waterbury 40 Danbury High Danbury 157 E C Goodwin Technical High New Britain 596 Farmington High Farmington 16 Francis T Maloney High Meriden 42 H C Wilcox Technical High Henry Abbott Technical High Housatonic VLY Reg High Meriden 797 Danbury 663 Falls Village 160 Kennedy High Waterbury 49 Lewis S Mills High Burlington 49 Litchfield Litchfield 15 Litchfield High Litchfield 25 Maloney High Meriden 64 Middle of plainville 25 New Britain High New Britain 26 New Fairfield High New Fairfield 251 New Milford High New Milford 27 New Milford High Schoool High New Milford 42 Newtown High Sandy Hook 55 NMHS New Milford 15 Nonnewaug High Woodbury 384 Oliver Wolcott Technical High Torrington 711 Plainville High Plainville 29 Platt High Meriden 56 Pomperaug High Southbury 48 Pomperaug Regional High Southbury 12 Shepaug Valley H S Washington 10 Simsbury High Simsbury 67 Terryville High Terryville 0 The NB Academy for Health Professions New Britain 21 Thomaston High Thomaston 12 W F Kaynor Technical High Waterbury 745 Wamogo Regional High Litchfield 140 Watertown High Watertown 3 15

16 Total CTSO Members Wilby High Waterbury 12 BPA DECA FBLA FCCLA FEA FFA HOSA SkillsUSA TSA Wolcott High Wolcott 81 16

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