CTEEC Awards

Congratulations to the 2010-2011 CTEEC Award Winners!

Breaking Tradition Student Achievement Award, Melissa Niavez
Outstanding Member Award, Monica Marsh
Myra P. Sadker Award, Angela Jones
Breaking Tradition Achievement Award, Jessica Bullock
Friend of CTEEC Award, Elizabeth Wallner
Life Member Award, Jeanette Thomas

The awards were presented during the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) Convention, Administration Division Business Meeting, November 18, in St. Louis Missouri. Read Biographies for Winners

List of Winners since 1983

Friend of CTEEC Award

To recognize a person in public or private sector who has demonstrated a high degree of commitment and support to equity in career and technical education over a period of time. Criteria

Outstanding Member Award

To recognize continuing service and outstanding contributions from members which have expanded or strengthened CTEEC. Criteria

Breaking Tradition Achievement Award

To recognize an individual or a company that has demonstrated distinguished achievement or performance which had national impact on changing public attitude regarding gender equity and/or stereotyping. Criteria

Breaking Tradition Student Achievement Award

To recognize a career and technical education student who has demonstrated distinguished achievement or performance on changing public attitude regarding gender equity and/or stereotyping. Criteria

Lifetime Membership Award

To recognize continuing service and outstanding contributions from members, Friends of CTEEC, and individuals who have broken traditions which have expanded or strengthened CTEEC and/or overall equity. Criteria

Myra P. Sadker Award

To recognize a career and technical education teacher who has recognized and reduced gender bias and stereotyping in educational settings (school based and work based learning) to provide an equitable education for all students. Criteria

About CTEEC

CTEEC’s goals are

  • to increase the effectiveness of career and technical equity programs to meet the needs of students, parents, teachers, counselors, administrator, and employers.
  • to encourage promotion of non-discriminatory education at all levels.
  • to stimulate research in the elimination of bias and stereotyping.
  • to encourage interest and concern for career and technical equity
  • to develop leadership in career and technical education, especially in the area of career and technical equity. To maintain close cooperation and working relationships with all career and technical education services. To develop, maintain, promote, and coordinate cooperation in career and technical equity through the interchange of ideas, materials, problems, and accomplishments among the States and Territories.