Welcome to the SkillsUSA Champions Advocacy page, a new feature on our website. As a service to our members and partners, SkillsUSA is introducing this dynamic communications tool for contacting federal policymakers in Congress and the administration. The site can also be used for contacting the local news media.
Access the Advocacy site.
CTSO State Fliers
The nine CTSOs have created a set of fliers to help with CTE advocacy in each state.
Each contains a one-page flier for the entire state for senators and governors. The document also includes pages for each congressional district in that state.
All contain the same message just different membership numbers depending on whether it’s listing a state membership or membership for a specific congressional district. You can download them here.
CTE: Learning that works for America
The National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc), in cooperation with other organizations in the career and technical education (CTE) community, has developed a new logo and slogan for career and technical education.
CTE is learning that works for America: employers, community leaders, economic development professionals, schools and colleges, policy makers, students, parents, and local economies. For all of us, CTE is having a profound and positive impact on America.
Equally important, NASDCTEc has gathered the facts and developed the messaging for CTE advocacy. Appearing below is the general brochure and five of the fact sheets.
- CTE Brochure: Learning That Works for America
- CTE Fact Sheet: Enrollment
- CTE Fact Sheet: College and Career Opportunities
- CTE Fact Sheet: Student Achievement
- CTE Fact Sheet: Preparing Students in Areas of Job Growth
- CTE Fact Sheet: High Expectations, High Outcomes
You are encouraged to go to the NASDCTEc website for additional information and promotional materials, including videos and PowerPoint presentations. For advocacy information, go to: www.careertech.org/resources/advocacy-tools.html.
For promotional materials, go to: www.careertech.org/resources/workforce-education.html.