The 2020 Summit is a Regional conference—join us for a collaborative experience—bringing students, educators, industry professionals, and community members together to shape the future of Career Technical Education. CTEC and other CTE programs around Salem-Keizer School District are sending students and educators to share what’s going well and learn from others about how we can…
“Culinary students prepare for a ribbon-cutting event at Salem-Keizer’s Career Technical Education Center (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)”- Salem Reporter
CTEC kicked off its Phase 5 by introducing Agriscience and Culinary Arts Program. Madeline Cook from the Statesman Journal came to CTEC to celebrate our new opening.
KATU’s Wesleigh Ogle came to CTEC to check out CTEC’s Salon.
CTEC’s Residential Construction program builds a house each year and prepares students to enter the workforce. KPTV’s Haley Rush came to CTEC to see how we are creating a well-trained workforce to fill much-needed positions in the community.
CTEC’s Drone and Robotics program was featured in the news when KATU Reporter Wesleigh Ogle came to CTEC to fly a drone. She talked with teachers and students about the program and potential career opportunities for students.
CTEC’s Auto Body and Painting program received a $250,000 donation from Salem area car dealerships. Simon Gutierrez from KPTV took an in-depth look at the program to see how CTEC is giving students a hands-on experience in learning.
Anna Reed from the Statesman Journal came to CTEC to see what our Cosmetology Students do with some very special customers.
CTEC opens up with it’s first 2 programs; Construction & Manufacturing. Brent Drunkit from the Statesman Journal wrote an article about our grand opening. Read the full story.