2001 - 2002 ACTE Business-Education Partners: Their Success Tomorrow Depends on Your Success Today! (ACTE Business-Education Partnership)

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2001 - 2002 ACTE Business-Education Partners: Their Success Tomorrow Depends on Your Success Today! (ACTE Business-Education Partnership)


These members of the ACTE Business-Education Partnership all have an urgent interest in your success as a career and technical educator. They are educators, suppliers of teaching materials, education associations and companies who are the ultimate employers of your students. And they all share a commitment to improving the American workforce and to helping you reach and teach young people for successful, rewarding careers.

Most of them have Web sites with information about their education programs. Some of them seek partnerships with the schools in your communities. And still others offer apprenticeships and mentoring programs. Seek them out. Visit their sites. And tell them "thanks for being an ACTE Partner!"

Air Conditioning, Refrigeration & Plumbing Career Education Coalition -- www.coolcareers.org

American Assoc. of Orthodontists -- www.braces.org

Automotive Service Excellence -- www.natef.org

Automotive Youth Education Systems -- www.ayes.org

BE&K Construction -- www.bek.com

Business Professionals of America -- www.bpa.org

CCAR-Greenlink -- www.ccar-greenlink.org

Children's Hospital Medical Center -- www.cincinnatichildrens.org

Cisco Systems -- www.cisco.com

Clark-Theders Insurance Group -- www.ctia.com

CompTIA -- www.comptia.org

Condensed Curriculum International -- www.healthcare-edu.com

CTB-McGraw Hill -- www.ctb.com

Daimler Chrysler -- www.daimlerchrysler.com

DECA -- www.deca.org

FCCLA -- www.fcclainc.org

FBLA-PBL -- www.fbla-pbl.org

FFA -- www.ffa.org

Fidelity Security Life Insurance Co. -- www.fslins.com

The Freeman Companies -- www.totalshow.com

Francis Tuttle -- www. …

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