2020 National TCTW Leaders Forum
Promoting the Value of CTE
Quality career and technical education programs transform the lives of students and contribute to the economic well-being of communities. Creating awareness of this value is a top priority for technology center leaders and teachers.
Join us at the 2020 Technology Centers That Work Leaders Forum at the Grand Hotel Golf Resort & Spa in Point Clear, Alabama, January 28-30, and take home promotional techniques, customized campaign plans and an up-to-date toolset for effectively and efficiently rebranding your programs and increasing awareness of the value of CTE with students, parents and business and industry partners.
During our exciting agenda, concurrent sessions and hands-on workshops will focus on ways to build awareness of the quality career pathways you offer. Hear from communications and social media professionals like Pam Daly and Taylor Hudson who will share ways to promote your programs and improve perceptions of CTE through sessions on branding, identifying target audiences, using data to build programs and share your successes, and leveraging the power of social media.
Meet Our Keynote – Pam Daly
Marketing and branding expert Pam Daly of DK Brand Strategy was instrumental to the success of the Academies of Nashville initiative. Learn more about how Pam will help you achieve a strong and impactful brand strategy for your center. Read more.
Networking and Fun
This year’s Forum will include fast-paced Ignite presentations from Pacesetter Award-winning centers in the TCTW Network. Don’t miss our networking snack breaks… Assemble your team and register now!
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