Please check out these videos below.
Academies of Engineering(60 Second Video)
(CTEF) introduces a dual education system combining theoretical and practical knowledge into Career Academies. This change is revolutionizing the level of competence in our workforce and dramatically increase our competitiveness in the global economy.
CTEF Limited Print Digital Art(60 Second Video)
We are offering a “limited edition artwork” print that conceptualizes what our CTEF Foundation stands for in the community and how our programs benefit so many students. Proceeds will go to helping the CTEF program further the cause for our students' education.
Cyber Warrior Program(60 Second Video)
(CTEF) has piloted a program in cybersecurity called Cyber Warrior©. The Cyber Warrior© project is an innovative approach to engage middle school and high school students in hands-on activities focused on cybersecurity.
Career Technical Education Foundation, Inc. (CTEF) introduces a dual education system combining theoretical and practical knowledge into Career Academies. This change is revolutionizing the level of competence in our workforce and dramatically increase our competitiveness in the global economy.
The development of a certified Career Academy Dual System training program keeps students engaged in the educational process. This allows them to smoothly enter the world of work while furthering their knowledge and skill-sets. Cultural prosperity and social development are dependent upon the importance we attach to education in our country.
Engineers and engineering technologists are problem solvers. These men and women apply what we know from math and science to solve the complex challenges of the 21st century. Demand exists and is expected to grow over the next 25 years. Already, there are more jobs for skilled individuals than there are people trained to fill them.
For the past two years, CTEF has been working with the Advanced Cyberforensics Education program at Daytona State College and the University of South Florida to ensure that the programs and curricula meet the needs of collegiate academic programs in cybersecurity
Congratulations Paul Wahnish, Winner of the FISSEA Educator of the Year Award!
- • Strengthen the core curriculum (english, science, math, social studies)
- • Increase awareness of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education and career clusters initiatives
- • Further the creation and implementation of college-preparatory and career-based internship and apprenticeship programs at the secondary level
- • Build and maintain partnerships to sustain and grow education programs
- •Creation and implementation of a clearinghouse of education resources