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
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: https://www.pcc.edu/cte-pathway/