Vision: Colorado CTE delivers proven pathways
to lifelong career success!
Mission: CTE ensures a thriving Colorado economy by providing relevant and rigorous education that is connected, responsive and real.
Welcome to the CTE Website for Colorado's Administrators and teachers. We hope that these webpages provide you with the information you need; if they do not, please contact us. The Colorado Community College System is dedicated to improving CTE programs across the state and helping to improve the prosperity of the state by supplying Colorado with its future workforce.
Are you interested in finding out more about Colorado CTE specific programs? If so, follow the links available for each industry sector by going to:
|Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
Michael Womochil, 720-858-2808
|Hospitality, Human Services & Education (FACS)
Michelle Koch, 720-858-2291
|Business, Marketing & Public Administration
Laurie Urich, 720-858-2746
|Skilled Trades & Technical Sciences
Ben Nesbitt, 303-595-1614
Health Science, Criminal Justice & Public Safety - Tara Bell, 720-858-2297
|STEM, Arts, Design & Information Technology
David Barnes, 720-858-2811
Lauren Jones, 720-858-2825
If you are an administrator looking for "Best Practices" on the key issues identified for the Colorado State Plan, follow this link. As more "Best Practices" are submitted, they will continue to be added.
If you are a student looking for an interesting career, follow this link to learn about opportunities in our CTE programs.
CTE is making a positive impact all across the nation. Our job is to share that important message and encourage others to join in preparing all students for college and career. NASDCTE has created a video, CTE: Making the Difference, which underscores CTE’s achievements and potential.
Colorado CTE Educators will be able to receive Colorado State University credit for taking part in multiple activities during the year. Please view the documents below for the CTE common check list and your CTE content area check list. By offering credit for individual activities, you have the opportunity to earn multiple college credits for work that you may already be doing in your classroom.
|Instruction Sheet||CSU CTE Registration Form|
|ACE Checklist||FCCLA Checklist|
|Business and Marketing Checklist||Health Science Education Checklist|
|Career Guidance Checklist||Skilled Trades Checklist|
|CTE Common Checklist||STEM Checklist|
|CTSO Common Checklist||Teacher Cadet Checklist|
2015-16 Trainings and Workshops
|on-going||If you would like to request on-site Perkins technical assistance, please contact Lorrie Toni, 303-595-1565|
|on-going||If you would like technical assistance with VE-135/VE-130 reporting or interpreting the CTE data reports, please contact Julie Eddy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-595-1527.|
Phase II Program Approval Phase II - Open for Revision/Renewal
|March 30||VE-135 follow-up data must be submitted to CCCS from all institutions. Contact: Julie Eddy|
|May 1||All Perkins Local Plan REVISIONS for the current fiscal year plan must be submitted; Contact: Lorrie Toni|
|June 1||Completed Plans of Study for Perkins recipients; Contact: Jennifer Jasinowski|
|July 30||VE-135 enrollment data must be submitted to CCCS with the exception of postsecondary level data for all System colleges, Aims, CMC, DMTC, Department of Corrections, Division of Youth Corrections, PTC, and EGTC. Contact: Julie Eddy|
|August 31||Final Perkins Vouchers; Contact: Rebecca Bergevin|
|September 1||CTA FY15 Final Financial Report; Contact: Julie McWilson|
|September 30||Perkins Local Plan; Contact: Lorrie Toni|
|December 31||Submittal of Perkins Voucher 1 to request reimbursement for Quarter 1 expenses paid; Contact: Rebecca Bergevin|
The Colorado Community College System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities. Please direct inquiries to the CCCS AA/EEO officer, Christina Cecil, at 720-858-2732 or via email at Christina.Cecil@cccs.edu.