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. Click here to download the reVISION informational flyer.
2017-2018 reVISION Initial Grant Recipients!
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).
Important Dates and Application Information
- February 5, 2018: Application Available
- May 1, 2018: Applications Due by 5:00pm CST
- June 15, 2018: Award Notification
- July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019: Grant Award Year
Click here to find out more about the reVISION grant program, including types of grants, eligibility, selection criteria, and FAQ.
In the News!
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.