The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) and the Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC) are revising their four-year CTE State Plan and they are seeking business' input. This revised plan will continue to support CTE programs of study, schools, and colleges to ensure that all students and families, including those that are historically and currently underserved and marginalized, are welcome, safe, and included in our institutions and programs. The priority is to create quality relationships, experiences, and interactions among learners, educators, and business and community partners.
There are three (3) feedback methods for you to choose from: In Person Sessions, Virtual Sessions and/or a Feedback Survey. There are a number of general and targeted audience sessions that you can register for and additional sessions may be added as needed; check this document often for updates. You are also welcome to submit your feedback via one of the surveys.
Fill out this form to be added to a mailing list for periodic updates related to how you can get involved in the CTE State Plan Revision process. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Shalee.HODGSON@hecc.oregon.gov for more information.
The Oregon Hospitality Foundation will be represented in these sessions to help support the message and convey the importance of Oregon's hospitality industry in driving economic development.
The Oregon Hospitality Foundation (OHF) team includes Courtney Smith, ProStart Manager, Ella Sturdevant, Workforce Development Coordinator, and Jason Brandt, President & CEO (ORLA) / Foundation Board Member.