|Career Cluster Document|
|Career Readiness Summit|
|2007 FutureForce Synthesis|
|Career Cluster Document|
|Career Readiness Summit|
|2007 FutureForce Synthesis|
Nontraditional Occupations or fields of work are occupations in which individuals from one gender comprise less than 25 percent of the total individuals employed in each such occupation or field of work. Examples include careers in computer science, technology and other emerging high skill occupations.
Research Study – 2009
Juvenile Corrections Grant
reVISION is a year-long process that provides Nebraska schools with the opportunity to analyze and transform their current career education systems in order to improve their ability to educate a qualified workforce that meets industry needs within an ever-changing economy. Working in collaboration with postsecondary education and regional workforce/economic development leaders, the reVISION process links career educators, school administrators, school counselors, and industry professionals. Under the leadership of the Nebraska Department of Education and in partnership with the Nebraska Departments of Labor and Economic Development, the reVISION process is a strategic approach for schools to analyze their current career education system and make plans, as needed, for adjustments.
Congratulations to the 2017-2018 reVISION Initial Grant award recipients! We look forward to working with each of you throughout this year!
Arapahoe Public Schools
Brady Public Schools
Central City Public Schools
David City Public Schools
Riverside Public Schools
Tri County Public Schools
reVISION has been awarding grants since 2011. Learn about past grant recipients (coming soon).
Click here to find out more about the reVISION grant program, including types of grants, eligibility, selection criteria, and FAQ.
Rural communities often face unique challenges associated with improving the quality of CTE programming. Check out reVISION as a featured program addressing this issue from AdvanceCTE! Download the article here.
For more information, contact:
Deputy State Director, Career Education
The reVISION grant program is made possible through reserve funds from the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 and statewide leadership funds.
Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources IMPACT Workshops
Business, Marketing and Management Standards Workshops
Communication and Information Systems Standards Workshops
Health Sciences Workshops
Human Sciences and Education (FCS) Workshops
Nebraska School Counseling Academy – TBA
What is CTE Month®?
CTE (Career and Technical Education) Month is a public awareness campaign that takes place each year in February. It is a great opportunity to celebrate Career and Technical Education and the achievements and accomplishments of CTE programs across Nebraska and the U.S. Led by a variety of CTE groups and spearheaded by the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE), the month is organized around a tagline. CTE Month 2017, with its tagline of “Celebrate Today, Own Tomorrow!,” gives you the chance to inform others of the innovation and excellence that exists within your local CTE programs and raise awareness of the crucial role that CTE plays in readying our students for careers and our nation for economic success.
How Can YOU Raise Awareness for CTE Month?
This is YOUR chance to raise awareness of your work and that of other CTE educators. Engage all your stakeholders in the CTE conversation, from students to policymakers. Your target audiences want to know about local CTE programs as well as statewide programs. Refine your messages to reflect that!
Resources have been developed by Nebraska Career Education, the Association for Career and Technical Education, and AdvanceCTE to help local Career and Technical educators develop and conduct activities that promote the benefits of CTE, success stories, and program achievements during CTE Month.
Share your CTE Month Activities
CTE Month is your opportunity to celebrate all things Career and Technical Education (CTE). Nebraska Career Education would love to hear about and highlight what’s happening in your community, keeping in mind this year’s theme, “Celebrate Today, Own Tomorrow.”
Please send a synopsis of any activities or initiatives you have planned – such as events, video contests, awards programs, open houses showcasing CTE, etc. We’d also love to collect any photos or materials you are planning to use to promote CTE month you may have to share.
We are partnering with the Association for Career and Technical Education Nebraska (ACTEN) and collaborating with partners to get the word out about CTE via as many communication channels as possible throughout the month.
This is a great opportunity for you to highlight what you are doing in your community, so please feel free to share any resources and activities with us at your convenience.
Send your photos and CTE Month stories and best practices to:
Entrepreneurship and Career Education Specialist
Nebraska Department of Education
301 Centennial Mall South
Lincoln, NE 68509-4987
2017 CTE Month PowerPoint Template
Use this PowerPoint template to provide your stakeholders an overview of Nebraska’s Career Education System and promote the great work happening in your area.
Nebraska Career Education Model and System Overview (NCE Primer)
Learn about the incredible things happening throughout Nebraska in Career Education.
Nebraska Career Education At-A-Glance: Data and Research
Showcase Nebraska’s CTE student population and their performance in multiple areas.
Nebraska Career Education Programs of Study 2016-2017
View the current State Model Programs of Study in Nebraska for all six career fields.
YOUR NCE Story
Identify helpful ways to tell your story and how it relates to the vision and mission of Nebraska Career Education.
How can I get involved in CTE Month?
Capitalize on the many opportunities educators, students, administrators, counselors, parents, and businesses have to get involved during CTE month.
Communicating with the Media
Tell your story about the innovation and leadership in your CTE classrooms during CTE Month.
Engage your elected representatives, including mayors, city managers, county executives, state legislators, governors, and Congress.
Working with Business and Industry Leaders
Engage with business leaders in your area during CTE Month to strengthen the mutually beneficial partnership between business/industry and education.
CTE Month Success Stories
See how other educational institutions, businesses, and governments all over the country held events during CTE Month in 2016.
CTE Month Calendar
View the Association of Career and Technical Education’s (ACTE) calendar for a list of their partner organizations who will hold their own outreach events during CTE Month 2017.
CTE Month 2017 Video PSA Contest
View ACTE’s CTE Month 2017 Video Public Service Announcement contest winners.
Nebraska Career and Technical Student Organization CTE Month links (coming soon)
|The Center for Student Leadership|
FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America)
HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America)
In 2012, the Nebraska Unicameral passed legislation requiring the Nebraska Department of Education to establish quality standards and operational guidelines for career academy programs in Nebraska secondary schools. The intent is to ensure quality career academy programs across the state and to establish an evaluative process to measure effectiveness of career academies.
These regulations, often referred to as Rule 47, define a career academy program as:
A sequence of credit-bearing academic and career technical courses which reflect a Career Cluster selected in response to local, regional or state employment needs and demand for expertise.
In developing Rule 47, the Nebraska Department of Education researched best practices from across the nation. In addition, the requirements addressed in Rule 47 are based on the work of the National Career Academy Coalition and their National Standards of Practice.
To view Rule 47 in its entirety, please visit:
Nebraska Department of Education: Rule 47
Regulations for Career Academy Programs Established by School Districts
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) Data & Research website provides quick access to empirical information related to Career & Technical Education (CTE) in Nebraska, including resources on topics such as CTE student outcomes, data reporting and accountability, return on investment, and labor market information.
Click here to learn more and download the latest infographic highlighting Nebraska CTE student performance outcomes.
|February 1||Intent to Participate in Perkins Funds deadline|
|June 30||NSSRS Data Submission for the Programs Fact: Career Education and Post School Survey due|
|May 30||Amendment submissions to the 2017-18 Perkins Grant Due|
|Sept 1||Local Application for 2018-19 Perkins Basic Grant due to NDE|
|July 1||Grant Award Notification (GAN) for ¼ of annual allocation will be available online after the local application from the local education agency (LEA) has been received at NDE and approved for funding by NCE administrative staff.|
|September 15||2017-18 Perkins Final Narrative Report and Final Claim due to NDE|
|October 1||Amended Grant Award Notification for the full annual allocation becomes available online to LEA if a final report, performance measures data, and final claims have been received and approved by NDE. Please check the GMS to obtain the latest Grant Award Notification.|