Utah Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) state and chapter officers will gather together at a Fall Leadership Conference to learn, plan, and prepare for the 2014-2015 school year. Fall Leadership Conferences will be held between September 23 and November 4 for DECA, FBLA, FCCLA, FFA, HOSA, SkillsUSA, and TSA, so check out the list of conferences below and save the date.
FCCLA Fall Leadership Conference – Marriott, Hotel – Provo, UT
DECA Fall Leadership Conference – Energy Solutions Arena – Salt Lake City, UT
TSA Fall Leadership Conference – Jordan Applied Technology Center – Salt Lake City, UT
SkillsUSA Utah Leadership Training Institute – Utah Valley University – Orem, UT
October 29-November 1:
FFA National Convention and Expo – Louisville, Kentucky
FBLA Fall Leadership Conference – Hilton Hotel – Salt Lake City, UT
HOSA Fall Leadership Conference – Marriott, Hotel – Provo, UT
Students who participate in a CTSO will learn leadership and employability skills, time management, effective communication, teamwork and problem solving skills. Career and Technical Student Organizations present organized activities for students:
> To gain personal and leadership skills.
> To obtain employability skills.
> To prepare to become productive citizens.
> To assume positive roles in the home and community.
What Career and Technical Student Organization are you a member of?
> DECA – An association for Marketing Education students.
> FBLA – Future Business Leaders of America
> FCCLA – Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
> FFA – The organization for Agricultural Education students.
> HOSA – An association for Health Science Education students.
> SkillsUSA – The organization for Skilled & Technical Sciences Education students.
> TSA – Technology Student Association
State and chapter officers, we want to hear about your conference and what your CTSO chapter is planning for the year. Send your stories and photos to UtahCTE@schools.utah.gov.
If you are not a member of a CTSO, and would like to become a member, talk to your school counselor to get connected with the CTSO advisor in your school.