Resources to Share
Minnesota CTE Training
The MN Association for Career and Techinical Administrators (MACTA) is offering a four-part training program addressing topics relevant to CTE in Minnesota. You can sign up for one, two, three, or all four of the sessions. Topics are: Teacher Licensure, CTE Policy & Advocacy, and CTE Reporting. Click this link for more info and to register.
Pick Your Path Podcast
CEDA's Community Workforce Coordinator Emily David created a podcast for students to explore careers. Each podcast is 10-12 minutes long, and provides an overview of a career, as well as the experience or education needed for the position. Check it out here.
Prepare to Launch - October and November
Offered by MNAiC partner Target (and their Women in Science and Technology group). Virtual speaker events in October and November, perfect for STEM women in high school who can benefit from learning foundational skills for launching into a successful career. More information can be found by clicking here.
Aspirations in Computing Awards for Women in High School (Application closes November 5)
Applications are now being accepted for the 2020-21 award season. Visit this link for more information. See 40-second video targeted to students.
Job-Alike Meetings - October dates
Connect with teachers from our region who share your subject! These meetings are scheduled outside the school day. Attendees may be eligible for $50 stipend from Perkins.
Oct 20, 4-5pm - Agriculture and Industrial Technology, Dr. Zach Sheehan and Tim Barrett (MDE)
Training on Poverty - October 22 and November 19
Learn about the impact of poverty on student success and what can be done to support students experiencing poverty. This is a two-day training, held virtually. October 22 and November 19. Grant dollars can reimburse schools for sub costs (if applicable).
Email Brian Cashman for more information and to register: email@example.com
2020 CTE Works Summit - November 3
Learn from forward-thinking educators, workforce, and industry leaders in our communities who are addressing CTE-related topics. This year's theme "A BOLD Vision Beyond 2020" highlights the importance of looking toward the future for successful student experiences.Click here for registration.
STEM Forward Virtual Fall Educator Forum - November 4
Join us for an amazing peer-to-peer learning opportunity that highlights STEM lessons and activities taking place in our classrooms and in hybrid/distance learning environments in southeast Minnesota that you can replicate immediately! This fall's Educator Forum will be taking place virtually via Zoom, on Wednesday, November 4, 2020, from 4:30 to 8:00pm. There is no charge for STEM Forward members to participate in this event.
Engineering Machine Design Contest - 2021
The Engineering Machine Design Contest is an opportunity for teams of 3-10 students to design and build a complex machine using everyday objects with the guidance of a coach. 2021's contests are offered regionally and virtually. Read more here.