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Event Update: As of March 19, 2020, this event is scheduled as planned. We are monitoring changes and will update this page if things change. 

Addressing the Teacher Pipeline Through Collective Impact

June 23-24, 2020 - 5th Annual CTE Summit - Jarvis Hall, UW-Stout Campus
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Tentative Schedule

Wednesday, June 23 | 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Welcome and Keynote
  Hear about teacher recruitment and retention.

Panel of Early Career CTE Teachers
  Understand the challenges and joys of teaching.
  What attracted them to teaching and what do they face?
  Recruitment: what works.
  What supports do teachers need to stay in the field?  

Facilitated Breakout Sessions
  Session 1: Looking at the data around CTE teacher supply and demand.

  Session 2: Develop a "persona" of someone who would make a good CTE teacher.
Networking Reception with Research Posters

Thursday, June 24 | 8:00 am - 12:15 pm
Keynote
   Professional development for CTE teachers: what are the options?
Facilitated Breakout Sessions
   Session 1: Wisconsin Association for Career & Technical Education discussion.
   Session 2: Identify recruitment and retention strategies.
• Wrap-up: bringing it all together. 

 

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2020 Sponsorship Opportunities

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SPONSORSHIP OPEN
2020 Sponsorship Levels

Keynote Sponsor: $5,000

  • Signage on stage
  • Logo on webpage, signage, and program
  • Logo recognition in electronic marketing Logo recognition on big screen during keynote speaker
  • Opportunity to provide company promotional materials in participant packets
  • Special before, during, and after mentions

Gold Sponsor: $2,500

  • Logo on webpage, signage, and program
  • Logo recognition in electronic marketing
  • Opportunity to provide company promotional materials in participant packets
  • Special before, during, and after mentions

Silver Sponsor: $1,000

  • Text mention on webpage, signage, and program
  • Text listing in electronic marketing
  • Special before, during, and after mentions

Bronze Sponsor: $500

  • Text mention on webpage, signage, and program
  • Special before, during, and after mentions

Contributing Sponsor: <$500

  • Listing in program

 

Silvia Cheuy

Highlights from the 2019 CTE Summit

Keynote: Sylvia Cheuy

Sylvia Cheuy, a consulting director from the Tamarack Institute, kicked off the 4th annual UW-Stout CTE Summit. The theme for 2019 was Opportunities in CTE Through Collective Impact: Understand the power of together. Recognizing that many stakeholders engage in work which is critical to workforce development, the focus was on collective impact; specifically, community building, sharing resources, systems change and collaboration. Following the keynote, Sylvia facilitated a panel consisting of individuals from various sectors engaging in collective impact work.  From there, participants had opportunities to share ideas, learn and network with other professionals engaged in workforce development. The event wrapped up with a group discussion facilitated by Deanna Schultz, Director of the Emerging Center for CTE Excellence.

2019 Panel: Collective Impact in Practice

  1. Karen Katz, Office of Children's Mental Health-Wisconsin
  2. Stacy Eslick, Reach Higher Initiative
  3. KT Gallagher, Dunn County Health, Dunn County Health & Human Services 
  4. Cristy Linse, Creating a Healthier Community, UW-Stout
  5. Andrea Gabel, Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation
  6. Chelsea Powell, Higher Expectations Racine County
     
Collective Impact News Article
The panel discussion on collective impact at the 2019 CTE Summit makes the news.

“Collective impact is a cross-sector approach to solving complex social and environmental issues on a large scale. For success in collective impact, there needs to be a common agenda with continuous communication, and those involved must be willing to collaborate over a long-term commitment.”

See article