NOCTI partners and collaborates with several leaders in the CTE community. Like NOCTI, these organizations strive to bring you the best resources to assist you in your CTE program. Check out what these great organizations have to offer.
Advance CTE: State Leaders Connecting Learning to Work
Advance CTE is the longest-standing national non-profit that represents State Directors and state leaders responsible for secondary, postsecondary and adult Career Technical Education across all 50 states and U.S. territories. Advance CTE was formerly known as the National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc).
Check out their Learning that Works Resource Center, which provides information and materials on Policies, Case Studies, Research and Reports, and Tools and Guides.
Asia Society and the Center for Global Education
The Center for Global Education at Asia Society has a vision that, in an interconnected global era, all youth from all countries and cultures will have the capacity to create, participate in, and benefit from a peaceful and prosperous world.
They are working toward accomplishing this vision through a variety of initiatives, professional development offerings, partnerships, and resources. They work with educators, school districts, parents, and communities to ensure that they have the tools and support needed to globalize learning and better prepare young people for our global future.
Whether you're just getting started at teaching for global competence, or looking to supplement your work with resources, check out their Teaching for Global Understanding resource kit.
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
NIOSH is the U.S. federal agency that conducts research and makes recommendations to prevent worker injury and illness. Research from NIOSH illustrates that more needs to be done to ensure that as young people join the workforce, they are better protected from hazards.
NIOSH offers free curriculum, Youth@Work-Talking Safety, which is designed to help educators teach young people the basics of job health and safety in a fun and interesting way. The curriculum includes information relevant to every occupation and the activities highlight hazards and prevention strategies from a wide variety of workplaces where young people are often employed.
Project Management Institute Educational Foundation (PMIEF)
PMIEF is a charitable nonprofit organization leveraging project management for social good. PMIEF develops, implements and delivers innovative programs including scholarships, awards and grants, as well as educational resources that strengthen both teaching and learning.
PMIEF’s Project Management Toolkit for Teachers® provides a modular, user-friendly resource that teachers can use to help prepare youth aged 12-18 to be college and career ready. The materials use a project learning approach to teach students the universal life, learning, and professional skills of project management. Check out the toolkit and included resources.