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Career and Technical Student Organizations

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

Did you know that 18,573 Utah secondary Career and Technical Education students are members of one of the above CTSOs? It’s true! CTSO members are doing great things and are having a positive impact in schools and communities throughout the state.

During the month of October five CTSO Fall Leadership Conferences will take place. We want to hear about your conference and what your CTSO chapter is planning for the coming year. Send your stories to utahcte@schools.utah.gov.

October 4: SkillsUSA Fall Leadership Conference–Davis Conference Center–Layton, UT

October 5-6: FCCLA Fall Leadership Conference–Provo Marriott Hotel–Provo, UT

October 10-11: HOSA Fall Leadership Conference–Provo Marriott Hotel–Provo, UT

October 13-14: DECA Fall Leadership Conference–Park City, UT

October 15:  TSA Fall Leadership Conference Jordan Applied Technology Center – West Jordan, UT

October 19-22: National FFA Convention–Indianapolis, IN

October 25-26: FBLA Fall Leadership Conference–Provo Marriott Hotel–Provo, UT

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.

One Response to “Career and Technical Student Organizations”

  1. Kyle Andrews Says:

    I attended the 2011 Utah FCCLA Fall Leadership Conference on October 5-6th. This is my 5th year attending, and it seems to continue improving each and every year. FCCLA offers so many incredible opportunities for students like myself to develop personal leadership qualities and life skills that will continue on with them for the rest of their lives. I have learned so many amazing things from FCCLA that I would not have experienced otherwise. FCCLA has so many amazing programs and events for members to become involved in, so the options and potential opportunities are limitless. Fall Leadership Conference offers student leaders like myself a unique opportunity to prepare for the upcoming year and to develop a sense of community around the state in each individual chapter. Ultimately, FCCLA has made me a better person through and through, I am am so very grateful for the leadership opportunities I have had within the organization.

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