About Career and Technical Education
Career Technical Education (CTE) is education for the 21st Century. We believe that learning should be personalized and flexible and all students should be empowered to choose a meaningful education and career.
Taught by skilled educators and industry professionals, CTE courses infuse real-world projects and learning designed to prepare students for success after school. CTE provides students with an opportunity to engage in hands-on, real-world learning that is aligned to their career goals. Our goal is to equip students with the skills and knowledge that propel them ahead of their peers, both at work and at school.
CTE provides students with an opportunity to earn industry recognized credentials and certifications as well as post-secondary credits at Alaska Universities and Technical Training Centers.
News and Information
- AGC Scholarship Applications are online! The 2019-2020 AGC Scholarship Applications are available for anyone pursuing an AA or BA in a construction related field. Students must intent to work in Alaska after graduation to be eligible for the scholarship. If you have questions, please contact The Scalise, Assistant Executive Director of AGC, at 907-561-5354 or email@example.com.
- BP Process Technology Scholarship Program:
APICC coordinates the application process and administers the BP Process Technology Scholarship Program in partnership with BP Alaska.
The BP Process Technology Scholarship supports training for students who are interested in a career in Process Technology. An A.A.S degree in Process Technology prepares you for employment as an operations technician in the process industry. The program appeals to people who enjoy the challenges of using advanced computer technology and instrumentation to operate a variety of equipment systems and industrial processes. Process technology is defined as the study and application of the scientific principles associated with the operation and maintenance of the chemical processing industry.
Degree programs are offered through the University of Alaska Anchorage Kenai Peninsula College (KPC) in Soldotna and the University of Alaska Fairbanks Community and Technical College. Scholarships are available to students attending the PTEC program either full-time or part-time at any of the three University of Alaska campus locations.
Website Link; https://apicc.org/students/scholarships/