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Pennsylvania ACTE Awards

Pennsylvania ACTE administers the ACTE Excellence Awards. State award winners in these categories are eligible to move forward for Region I consideration. Learn more about the Excellence Awards here.

ACTE Teacher of the Year

ACTE Administrator of the Year

ACTE Postsecondary Teacher of the Year

ACTE Career Guidance Award

ACTE New Teacher of the Year

ACTE Teacher Educator of the Year

ACTE Carl Perkins Community Service Award

ACTE Lifetime Achievement Award

All Pennsylvania ACTE Awards must be submitted by April 28. If you have questions about the Pennsylvania ACTE Awards program, please contact Chet Wichowski or Joseph DeFranco.  The PA-ACTE Awards will be presented at the 2019 PA Career and Technical Education Conference. 


NON-MEMBER AWARDS

The PA-ACTE non-member awards require the nominator to be a member of PA-ACTE; however, the nominee does not have to be a member of PA-ACTE. Nominations are due by April 28. You can download this attachment or an overview of the application requirements for these awards. Click on the links below to apply:

PA-ACTE Program of the Year
To recognize an exemplary Career and Technical Education Program that has made a significant contribution to student growth and achievement and/or the advancement of whole school goals.

PA-ACTE Advisory Committee Member of the Year
To recognize an individual who has been an outstanding Advisory Committee Member for at least one year for a career-technical school/program and has made significant contribution(s) to career and technical education.

PA-ACTE Instructional Support Para-Professional of the Year
To recognize an individual who has been an Outstanding Instructional Support Para-Professional for at least one year in a career-technical school/program and has made significant contribution(s) to the instructional learning process.