Georgia CTSOsThe co-curricular link to CTAECTAE New Leaders ConferenceMarch 7, 2013Savannah Georgia
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Georgia Department of Education Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education David TurnerDirector Georgia Department of Education 404-657-8317 firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Delivery Team Dwayne Hobbs Program Manager WBL/YAP Program Specialist 404-657-8334 email@example.com
Sylvia Phillips (404) 895-6978 firstname.lastname@example.org www.gactso.org Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural Education CTSO Coordinator
Program Delivery Team Career Cluster Areas:MarketingHospitality & Tourism Linda Smith Program Specialist 404-657-6588 LiSmith@doe.k12.ga.us
Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Marketing Sales, and Services Shannon Aaron Executive Director P.O. Box 189 Oxford, GA 30054 Phone: 770-630-3967 email@example.com
Membership • 11, 675 Georgia DECA Members • 200,000 International DECA Members • 131 Active Chapters in Georgia • Represented in 48 Counties • 2nd Largest Chartered Association in the World • 11 Consecutive Years of Membership Growth Events • WorkWinWow- Local Advisor Conference • Local Officer Training • Emerging Leader Summit- State & Chapter Officers • Day with the Atlanta Falcons • Marketing Speaker Series with the Atlanta Hawks • Fall Rally-Motivational Rally for Members • Fall LDC-Leadership Conference for chapters • Southern Regional Leadership Conference • Regional Competition • State CDC-Leadership Conference and State Competition • ICDC-International Career Development Conference 3/28/2011 8
Notable • Georgia is home to 4 out of the top 5 Largest Chapters in the World • DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, • hospitality and management • Over 200 businesspeople serve as competitive event judges at State CDC • Georgia DECA Foundation has given over $100,000 in ICDC Stipends and College Scholarships to Georgia DECA members • The Atlanta Chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA supports Georgia DECA annually with a student scholarship, judges for competitions and chapter leadership. 3/28/2011 9
Program Delivery Team Career Cluster Areas: Hospitality & Tourism (Culinary) Education & TrainingHuman Services (FACS) Laura Ergle Program Specialist 404-463-6406 LErgle@doe.k12.ga.us
Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural Education FACS, Culinary and Education Vickie Rundbaken Executive Director 678-735-0091 ph 678-735-0094 fax Email firstname.lastname@example.org www.gafccla.com
Founded in 1945 To promote personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leaders, members develop skills for life through: • Character Development • Creative and Critical Thinking • Interpersonal Communication • Practical Knowledge • Career Preparation
MEMBERSHIP 34,149 Georgia FCCLA Members 220,000 National FCCLA Members 325 Active Chapters in Georgia 10 Years of Consecutive National Membership Growth EVENTS Chapter Management Workshop - Local Advisor Training FCCLA Culinary Academy – Summer Camp for Culinary Arts Students Summer Leadership Camp – Week-Long Summer Camp DISCOVER Training - Chapter Officer Training State Officer Academy – National Leadership Training for State Officers State Advisers Management Meeting - Professional Development Fall Leadership Rally - Motivational Leadership Rally for Membership Fall Leadership Conference - Developing/Improving Employability Skills FCCLA Day at the Capitol – Advocacy with State Dignitaries Region Competitions - 1st Level of Skill Development, Qualify for State State Leadership Meeting - Culmination of Skill Development
NOTABLE Largest FCCLA Membership in the Nation Georgia FCCLA Foundation sponsored 154 students that advanced to nationals with over $45,000 in donations Georgia awards over $40,000 in college scholarships each year
Program Delivery Team Career Cluster Areas: Human Services (Personal Care/Cosmetology)Health SciencesLaw, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Phyllis Johnson Program Specialist 404-463-6404 PJohnson@doe.k12.ga.us
Allen Seigler Executive Director 220 Smithonia Road Winterville, GA 30683 Phone: 866-914-5378 Allen.email@example.com Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Health Care Sciences
Founded in 2000 The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science technology education students, therefore, helping students to meet the needs of the health care community.
MEMBERSHIP 10,482 Georgia HOSA Members 150,000 National HOSA Members 188 Active Chapters in Georgia Represented in 105 Counties 2.1 Million National HOSA Alumni 28 Years of Consecutive National Membership Growth EVENTS HOSA Success Day - Local Advisor Training JumpStart - Chapter Officer Training Washington Leadership Academy – Leadership Training/Advocacy for State Officers State Advisors Management Conference - Professional Development for State Advisors Fall Leadership Rally - Motivational Leadership Rally for Membership Fall Leadership Conference - Developing/Improving Employability Skills (Leadership/Soft Skills) Region Competitions - 1st Level of Skill Development, Qualify for State Leadership Conference State Leadership Conference - Culmination of Skill Development, 57 Skill-Based Competitions
NOTABLE Largest HOSA State Leadership Conference in U.S. Fastest Growing State and National CTSO 100% Healthcare National HOSA Executive Director was Chair of the National CTSO Director Meetings for 2012 Surgeon General Regina Benjamin Attended the National Leadership Conference
Program Delivery Team Career Cluster Areas: Architecture & ConstructionArts, A/V Technology & CommunicationTransportation, Distribution & Logistics Carol Burke Program Specialist 404-657-8308 firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Architecture, Construction Communications, & Transportation Ashley Brown GA State Director SkillsUSA email@example.com 470-233-0417
Founded in 1965 SkillsUSA's mission is to help its members become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel.
MEMBERSHIP 10, 334 SkillsUSA Georgia Members 320,000 National SkillsUSA Members 136 Active Chapters in Georgia 30,000 National SkillsUSA Alumni EVENTS SkillsUSA University - Local Advisor Training STORM (Student Training for Officer Responsibilities & Management) - Chapter Officer Training Washington Leadership Training Institute - Leadership Training/Advocacy for State Officers Champions Rally - Motivational Leadership Rally for Membership Fall Leadership Conference - Developing/Improving Employability Skills (Leadership/Soft Skills) Region Competitions - 1st Level of Skill Development, Qualify for State Leadership Conference State Leadership and Skills Conference - Culmination of Skill Development, 124 Skill-Based Competitions National Leadership and Skills Conference- State winners advance to compete nationally to showcase their skills and SkillsUSA Georgia
NOTABLE Serves students enrolled in Architecture, Construction, Communication and Transportation, Cosmetology, and Public Safety Pathways The host of the largest Career Expo in Georgia State Leadership and Skills Conference in-kind contributions provided by business and industry to host the two day competitions and Career Expo exceeded $750,000 Every Contest Medalist receives a prize package sponsored by business and industry which total over $25,000 129 college scholarships awarded to SkillsUSA members totaling $531,000 $40, 505.00 in National Travel Scholarships were awarded to 152 Gold Medalists representing 90 contest 12th largest overall membership in the nation
Program Delivery Team Misty Freeman Program Specialist 404-657-8307 firstname.lastname@example.org Career Cluster Areas: Business Management and AdministrationFinanceInformation Technology
Monty Rhodes Executive Director GA FBLA 3316-A South Cobb Drive, Suite #229, Smyrna, GA 30080 P: (678) 231-7640 email@example.com www.georgiafbla.com Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Business and Computer Science
Founded in 1942 To bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
MEMBERSHIP 25,490 Georgia FBLA Members Over 250,000 National FBLA Members 452 Active Chapters in Georgia Largest State Chapter in nation (11 consecutive years) Active chapter in 90% of public high schools in Georgia EVENTS FALCON – FBLA Adviser Leadership Conference Summer Leadership & Officer Training Summit – Local Officer & Leader Training Region Officer Academy – State and Region Officer Training Retreat Fall Motivational Rally – Motivational Leadership Rally for Membership and Program Rollout Fall Leadership Conference – Developing/Improving Employability Skills National Fall Leadership Conference – Leadership & Skills Development Region Leadership Conferences – 1st Level of Skill Development, Qualify for State Leadership Conference State Leadership Conference – Culmination of Skill Development, 70 Skill-Based Competitions National Leadership Conference Institute for Leaders – National Leadership and Business Skills Training
NOTABLE Serves students enrolled in Business Administration, Finance, and Information Technology Career Clusters Our Fall Motivational Rally is often the largest gathering of FBLA members in the nation Over 10,000 different FBLA members attend one of our state-sponsored conferences each year Georgia FBLA members competing at the National Leadership Conference receive over $60,000 in scholarship awards One of the top three states in number of national winners Largest number of members recognized in the Business Achievement Awards program in the nation Members have raised over $500,000 for the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation in the last 10 years
Program Delivery Team Career Cluster Areas: Special PopulationsCCAE/Project SuccessCTI Tammy Caudell Program Specialist 404-656-3042 firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Special Populations Mary Donahue CTI Executive Director 3 Central Plaza Suite 245 Rome, GA 30161 706-314-9624 ph706-314-9624 fax email@example.com
Founded in 1975 To provide meaningful leadership and employability experiences for students with disabilities through career, technical and agricultural education courses.
Student Service Over 6,000 Georgia high school students with disabilities served 151 Active CTI programs in Georgia 155 CTI Teachers in Georgia Annual Events Fall Motivational and Leadership Rally Fall Leadership Conference and Competition State Leadership Conference and Competition Four professional development opportunities for CTI teachers Four state officer leadership and career development trainings Atlanta Falcons Experience Day Student Speaker Series with Atlanta Hawks
Notable Georgia is the only state to provide a Career and Technical Student Organization that specifically serves students with disabilities. Over 130 individuals from business and industry serve as competitive event judges at the CTI State Leadership Conference and Competition. Georgia CTI collaborates with numerous organizations across the state to provide ample opportunities for students with disabilities (Georgia Department of Education, Georgia State University Center for Leadership in Disability, Georgia Advocacy Office, Georgia Department of Labor Vocational Rehabilitation Office, Partnerships for Success, Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities and Deaf Extreme).
Program Delivery Team Mark Crenshaw Program Specialist 404-657-8316 firstname.lastname@example.org Career Cluster Areas: Science, Technology, Engineering & MathematicsManufacturingEnergy
Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Engineering & Technology Mr. Steve Price Executive Director - TSA email@example.com 678-551-0840 www.gatsa.org
Founded in 1962 The Technology Student Association fosters personal growth, leadership, and opportunities in technology, innovation, design, and engineering. Members apply and integrate science, technology, engineering and mathematics concepts through co-curricular activities, competitive events and related programs.
MEMBERSHIP • 32661 Georgia TSA Members – Largest in Nation • 180,000 National TSA Members • 170 Active Middle and High School Chapters in Georgia ANNUAL EVENTS • Four Scheduled Joint Board of Directors/State Officer Meetings, including Board Training. • CORE (Chapter Officer Retreat for Excellence) - Chapter Officer/Advisor Training and Program of Work preparation. • Champions Rally - Motivational Leadership Rally for Membership • PLU Workshops prior to GACTE and GETEA Professional Association Annual Conferences.
ANNUAL EVENTS CONTINUED… • Tech Day at the GA National Fair. Rally and 11 Competitive Events • Fall Leadership Conference – Improve leadership, communication, and teambuilding skills , Competitive Events Program. • Participation in State CTSO Legislative Day. • State Leadership Conference - Culmination of state events. Middle School and High School chapters compete in a combined, 70 competitive events. • National Leadership Conference- Chapters from across the country converge at the end of June to compete on a national stage for in the TSA Competitive Events.
NOTABLE • Nationally Affiliated, Co-curricular, STEM Related, Student Association that serves students enrolled in Engineering & Technology Education Pathway Courses. • GA TSA is a charter state affiliate of National TSA (1978) • Consistently the Largest State Membership in the Nation • Most High School Chapters in the Nation