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Tuesday, November 3 • 12:45pm - 1:30pm
CTSO: The Key to a Successful CTE Program

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Not sure you have time to advise a group at your school? Unclear about the benefit of advising a CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization)? We can help!

Led by two CTSO State Officers, you'll understand the benefits of CTSO's as they help students develop positive leadership skills; engage in career and technical skills, and form friendships. CTSO members can become active citizens in their communities, gain experiential learning opportunities, and work with others from various backgrounds. Students gain confidence and learn responsibility. This session includes CTSO advisors, a State Director, and student leaders.


Bill Neiss

Opportunities in Emergency Health Care (OEC) Program Director/Instructor, Spring Lake Park High School
OEC Program Director/Instructor since 1988. In 1976, Spring Lake Park OEC became the first secondary level EMS training program in the U.S. Courses offered include: First Aid/CPR, Nursing Assistant, Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency Medical Technician, Enhanced EMT, Fire Fighter... Read More →
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Summer Hagy

MN HOSA - Future Health Professionals
Summer is the State Advisor for MN HOSA - Future Health Professionals. Her experiences include higher-education, career counseling, sales, marketing, donor development and public speaking.

Tuesday November 3, 2020 12:45pm - 1:30pm CST