CTE Advisory Council (CTEAC)

The Career and Technical Education Advisory Council of the Baltimore County Public Schools serves as advisor, advocate, and reviewer for Career and Technical Education programs which prepare learners academically, technically, and interpersonally for career and lifelong learning.

Who We Are:
We are a group of citizens focused on ensuring a quality career and technology education experience for every student.

The council is comprised of dedicated citizens representing a wide range of Baltimore County business and community groups. Volunteer members serve 3-year terms.

The council solicits participation from individuals representing businesses in the following Maryland Career Clusters:
  • Arts, Media and Communications
  • Health and Biosciences
  • Business Management and Finance
  • Human Resource Services
  • Information Technology
  • Consumer Service, Hospitality and Tourism
  • Construction and Development
  • Environmental and Natural Resources
  • Manufacturing, Engineering and Technology
  • Transportation Technology
The council serves to provide advice and support to the Baltimore County Public Schools Career and Technical Education as plans are developed and implemented for the continuous improvement of CTE programming. Using Blueprint 2.0 for direction, the CTEAC is focused on the following goals for the current school year:
  • Converting CTE programs to high wage, high demand, high skill, and academically rigorous MSDE programs of study
  • Curriculum development
  • Planning for implementation of professional development projects
  • Repair/maintenance/upgrade of CTE equipment/labs and distribution of equipment and instructional materials to schools
Meetings and Activities:
  • Quarterly Meetings
  • September, December, March, and June
  • Annual Student Recognition Ceremony
  • The CTEAC sponsors an annual student awards ceremony recognizing the outstanding achievements of CTE high school seniors.
    Location and date TBD.
  • CTEAC Documents: