partnersuche china frau The Career Technical Education Center (CTEC) is a public-private partnership between the Salem-Keizer School District and Mountain West Investment Corporation. Since the private purchase of the 100,000-square-foot building, Mountain West Technical Institute of Technology President Chuck Lee has been working with both Mountain West and the school district to coordinate the improvements to the building and provision of career technical education to 1,100 high school Juniors and Seniors from all six high schools in the district.

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http://bandarjudibola.org/?protis=b2-rencontre-avis&06f=ab Community Resource Trust has also been working with Chuck Lee to identify and secure funding for additional improvements to the building as the team increases educational opportunities at CTEC.

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Secured and potential funding include:
  • Urban Renewal funding
  • Regional Solutions funding
  • State legislative funding
  • Foundation grants
  • New Markets Tax Credits equity
  • Private donations
To-date, CTEC offers four strands to Salem-Keizer students:
  • Commercial Manufacturing
  • Residential Construction
  • Cosmetology
  • 3D Design
The team will add two strands per year. These new strands will include:
  • Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS; drones)
  • Collision Repair
  • Public Safety
  • Business
  • Agri-Science
  • Culinary