Career Academy chosen as site of Career and Technical Education

 


The North Iowa Career Academy in Eagle Grove was one of only eight career and technical education programs visited recently by the  Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) on a joint media tour in Iowa with the Iowa Association for Career and Technical Education.  Colleen Bartlett, Career Academy Specialist, and Dean of Business and Industry Technology for Iowa Central Community College, Neale Adams, were honored to be able to show the visitors first-hand what makes the Career Academy a great option for today’s high school students.
 
Sandra Miller, executive director of the Iowa Association for Career and Technical Education; Lisa Stange, consultant, family and consumer sciences Bureau of Career and Technical Education for the Iowa Department of Education; and Jarrod Nagurka, Advocacy and Public Affairs Manager for the Association for Career and Technical Education; along with special guest Jim Oberhelman, District Representative for Congressman Steve King, were all on hand and eager to learn what the North Iowa Career Academy offers and how it is preparing professionals of the future, today.
 
For the full story, see the April 4th edition of the Monitor.