Arkansas Association for Career and Technical Education is a division of the national organization Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE).
We are proud to be a part of such an influential organization that supports and advocates for Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, educators, and students. Because of our partnered commitments to the continued growth, funding, and support for CTE, a promising future lies ahead for the programs in our nation, and even on our local and state level for Arkansas.
2018 Berkeley College graduate, Rebecca Scott, shares with us her experience transitioning from a small town in Arkansas to life in New York City and into the professional world. With her Bachelor’s degree in Marketing Communications, Rebecca has begun her career journey and plans to continue climbing the corporate ladder.
Join us in learning about "Wildorado", a forgotten town that found hope in a young cowboy and his class of high school Ag students. Facing the odds, they become one of the first student-led cattle companies in the nation. Read more by visiting Angus.org/Wildorado.
J. Marion Adams Scholarship Recipients
Carsen Cotter of Mountain Home High School will attend Hendrix College this fall pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Her sponsoring teacher is Sheri Smith.
Nadin Lopez, JA Fair High School, plans to attend the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville majoring in art education and minoring in interior design. She is sponsored by Dr. Mary Jacobs-Perkins.
Reagan Sontag from Siloam Springs High School will attend College of the Ozarks pursuing a Bachelor of Science in History and Secondary Education. Her sponsoring teacher is Jenny Marroquin.