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Career Technical Education Advisory Council Meeting November 8, 2011 Jeanne Dopp—CTE Counselor McAllen HS Norma Sanchez-Pena-CTE Counselor Memorial High School Rosie Salinas—CTE Counselor Nikki Rowe High School Lilia Sandoval Silva—CTE Director.

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Career Technical EducationAdvisory Council MeetingNovember 8, 2011Jeanne Dopp—CTE Counselor McAllen HSNorma Sanchez-Pena-CTE Counselor Memorial High SchoolRosie Salinas—CTE Counselor Nikki Rowe High SchoolLilia Sandoval Silva—CTE Director

mcallen isd tlc3 transforming learning classroom campus community
McAllen ISD TLC3Transforming LearningClassroom, Campus, Community
governor rick perry said
Governor Rick Perry said,
  • “To remain competitive in the 21st century global economy, Texas must create a seamless system of opportunity and innovation, starting when young Texans enter grade school and continuing until they graduate from college, qualified for jobs that will keep our state at the forefront of the global market.” The report warns that “ . . . if the state’s talent development system

. . . basic education (K-12), community and technical colleges, universities and workforce development—does not make critical changes at every level to ensure a dependable workforce is available, Texas will not remain a high-quality place for doing business.”

Governor’s Competitive Council states:

“Over the 12 month period ending in April 2008, Texas added 262,000 jobs–more than half of the total jobs added in the U.S.”

Dr. Steve H. Murdock, Director Hobby Center for the Study of Texas and Professor of Sociology Rice University

Projected Proportion of Population Change in the U.S. by Race and Hispanic Origin: 2000 to 2050

Source: U.S. Census, 2008 National Population Projections

Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

cte advisory council partnership has
  • Assisted McAllen ISD align certifications and licensures viable to current workforce,
  • Assisted McAllen ISD identify soft skills viable to current workforce,
  • Participated in McAllen ISD’s Annual Career Fair,
  • Provided internship and CoOpopportunities for CTE students,
  • Participated as a guest speaker in CTE classes.
clubs organizations
  • BPA-­Business Professionals of America
  • DECA-­ Distributive Education Clubs of America
  • TSA-­ Technology Students Association
  • FCCLA– Family, Career, and CommunityLeaders of America
  • FFA– Future Farmers of America
  • HOSA– Health Occupations Students of America

Career Connections

advisory council members goals today
Advisory Council Members Goals Today:
  • Assist in the selection of additional dual enrollment courses and licenses/certificates for 2012-13,
  • Evaluate CTSO’s (Career Technical Student Organizations).
tech prep of the rgv
Tech Prep of the RGV

Patricia G. (Pat) Bubb

Executive Director

Tech Prep of the Rio Grande Valley, Inc.



Computer Technology Occupations

Health Fields

Engineering, Science, and Mathematics Fields

See 2010 Labor Market Report at

tech prep scholar
  • ATC courses are similar to AP courses: grades do not automatically appear on college transcripts at the time courses are completed. Tech Prep RGV provides an online CATEMA system that facilitates tracking of those courses and communication with students about opportunities.


  • Certification and licensure increase the opportunities for students to move successfully between college and the workplace throughout their lives.
  • Tech Prep RGV’s labor market report identifies targeted occupations (the “best jobs” and emerging occupations in the Valley) and provides detailed information about individual careers, including but not limited to requirements for postsecondary education, licensure, and certification.
  • Cavazos Tech Prep Scholarship ranking system can provide extra points for students who have earned certification/licensure. This will not only benefit some students, but also impact larger student populations.
tech prep of the rio grande valley rio grande valley top growth occupations
Tech Prep of the Rio Grande ValleyRio Grande Valley Top Growth Occupations

1. General Managers & Top Executives 2. Registered Nurses 3. Teachers - Secondary 4. Teachers - Special Education 5. Health Professionals/Technicians 6. Marketing/Sales Supervisors 7. Social Workers 8. Truck Drivers, Heavy 9. Teacher Aides/Education Assistants 10. Child Care Workers

rio grande valley targeted occupations
Rio Grande Valley Targeted Occupations
  • High School Diploma On-the-Job Training
  • Compliance officers
  • Insurance sales agent
  • Business service agent
  • First line supervisors
  • Sales Representatives
  • Truck Drivers Heavy
  • Telemarketing Sales
  • Emergency Med Tech
  • Secretaries
  • Carpenters
  • Under Two Years of Training/College
  • Management support
  • Paralegal/Legal Assist
  • Tool & Die Makers
  • Medical Lab Tech
  • Purchasing Agents
  • Radiological Tech
  • Welders & Cutters
  • Auto Mechanics
  • Machinists
  • Physical Therapy Assist.
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Two Years of Four Yearscollege (ASS) of college (BA)
  • Dental Hygienists
  • Telecom. Tech.
  • Computer Programmers
  • Prof. Tech. Workers
  • Respiratory Therapists
  • Elec. & Electron. Tech.
  • Engineering Tech.
  • Licensed Voc. Nurses
  • Health Prof./Tech.
  • Marketing/Sales
  • Pharmacists
  • Physical Therapists
  • Physician Assist.
  • Computer Sys. Analysts
  • Registered Nurses
  • Construction Managers
  • Teachers-Secondary
  • Teachers-Spec. Ed.
  • Teachers-Elem.
  • Accountants & Auditors