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2013 CTSO Fall Leadership Conferences

School has begun, the days are getting cooler, the leaves on the trees are turning shades of yellow, orange and red, and high school football is in full swing. All of these things signal the upcoming Fall Leadership Conference for each Utah Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO).

Between September 24 and November 23 CTSO state and chapter officers will gather together to learn, plan, and prepare for the 2013-2014 school year.

September 24:
FCCLA Fall Leadership Conference – Marriott, Hotel – Provo, UT

October 1:
SkillsUSA Utah Leadership Training Institute – Marriott Hotel – Provo, UT

October 8-9:
DECA Fall Leadership Conference – Yarrow Hotel – Park City, UT

October 12:
TSA Fall Leadership Conference – Jordan Applied Technology Center –
Salt Lake City, UT

October 30-November 1:
FFA National Convention and Expo – Louisville, Kentucky

November 5:
HOSA Fall Leadership Conference – Marriott, Hotel – Provo, UT

November 22-23:
FBLA Fall Leadership Conference – Hilton Hotel – Salt Lake City, UT

CTSOs present organized activities for students to gain personal and leadership skills, making them more employable, preparing them to become productive citizens, and assisting them in assuming positive roles in the home and community.

What Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) are you a member of?

  • DECA – An Association of Marketing Students
  • FBLA – Future Business Leaders of America
  • FCCLA – Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
  • FFA – An Association of Agricultural Education Students
  • HOSA – Health Occupations Students of America
  • Skills USA – An Association of 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 and we will share them with our online communities—Twitter, Facebook, and via the Utah CTE blog and the CTE Directions newsletter.

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.

 

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