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Pathways to CTE Licensure: Apply by May 30th!

Pathways to CTE Licensure – Recruitment for new CTE Teachers

Teachers: Check out this opportunity to gain CTE licensure through PCC and the U.S. Dept. of Education!

Dates: Applications due May 30; cohort begins June 2019

Audience: Fully licensed teachers and industry professionals who are new to CTE teaching and who are working on completing professional development plans to gain a CTE teaching credential.

The Pathways to CTE Licensure program (US Department of education Grant) helps CTE teachers complete their licensure requirements through a 15-month cohort-based path in the following career areas: Advanced Manufacturing, Construction, Health Care, and Information Technology.

Professional development will target the following areas:

  • Support new CTE teachers to complete their Professional Development Plan (PDP) in 15 months

  • Provide mentoring support from an experienced CTE teacher

  • Provide a platform for connecting with other CTE teachers through the Summer Institutes and an online Mentoring Professional Learning Community (PLC) based on CTE field

Additional benefits:

  • Industry professionals can complete the Oregon Department of Education required classes for new CTE teachers through Portland Community College on-line courses as a cohort

  • Assistance in completing work experience hours for current teachers seeking a Licensed Conditional Assignment in CTE teaching.

  • Tuition-free class: Exploring CTE in Oregon PCC student and technology fees do apply

  • 25 PDU’s for successful completion of PLC – no cost to teacher or district

  • Lodging for Summer Institute available for participants outside Portland Metro area

Requirements for New CTE Teacher Applicants:

  • Manufacturing, health, construction, or manufacturing career cluster areas
  • Professional development plan identified
  • Beginning CTE teacher; 0-2 years teaching in a CTE classroom

Learn More:

Apply Here!