Hands-on activities will be included along with 1) career and technical education terminology crossword puzzle; 2) outline of PPT to present at schools; and 3) industry activity sheet to take to schools.
1. Define Common terminology used in education to support better communication
2. Develop a customized PPT to use when visiting schools.
3. Map out activities to utilize during school visits.
Christina Catron is the Senior Manager of Marketing and Design at the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). She joined the marketing department in 2011 and has a diverse background ranging from graphic design and photography to microbiology and environmental science. She has a passion for education and recruiting young talent into the construction workforce. Over the years, she has assisted NCCER in developing several national initiatives such as Construction Career Pathways and Build Your Future. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and Cell Science from the University of Florida and an Associate of Science in Digital Media Technology from Santa Fe College.
Zach Fields serves as the Vice President of Construction Education Foundation of Georgia (CEFGA) and oversees the organization’s K12 Pipeline supporting over 150 skilled trade programs in Georgia’s public schools. As a former high school teacher, he is driven by a passion to connect young people to the incredible opportunities in the skilled trades. Zach coordinates CEFGA’s initiative with trade associations, individual employers, GADOE, and SkillsUSA to advance and elevate the craft training programs in the state. He is an NCCER Master Trainer and serves on boards for TradeFive, Georgia Association for Career and Technical Education (GACTE) and the Trade and Industrial Educators of GA (TIEGA). Zach is an active member of the Roswell Rotary Club, middle school leader coach at North Point Community Church, youth football coach, average woodworker, proud husband and father of four.
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