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Community Partners

Career and Technical Education Community Partners

Career and Technical Education (CTE) advisory committees advise, assist and provide support and advocacy for quality CTE programs. Advisory Committee volunteers help plan the training for our future workforce. The guidance and advice of local advisory committee members can help ensure students are learning the most current skills needed in the workplace. Bringing employers and educators together on Advisory Committees provides a format for sharing information and ideas. Advisory committee volunteers have the opportunity to learn more about the CTE program, and the instructor's are able to increase their understanding of the job market, employers' needs and community opportunities Career and Technical Education

CTE Advisory Committees:

1. Provide information to update, modify, expand, and improve the quality of programs.
2. Support and strengthen the partnerships between business, labor, the community, and education.
3. Make recommendations that will strengthen and expand the CTE curriculum, and provide assistance in implementing these recommendations.
4. Identify and validate academic and occupational competencies, determining priorities, and review and evaluate programs.
5. Communicate long-term goals and objectives of the CTE programs to students, parents, employers, and the community.


Interested in participating on an Advisory Committee? We welcome volunteers throughout the year.
Please contact Diane Storm, CTE Administrative Assistant, to receive information on the Advisory you are interested in.     

General Advisory

Linda Armstrong: Aviation Technical Services
Cyndi Bajema
Mary Kaye Bredeson: Center of Excellence
for Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing       
Terri Drayer: The Boeing Company
Don Grissett

Suzette McClelland: Aviation Technical Services
Mike McCoy
Kevin
McKay: TECT Aerospace
John Monroe: Snohomish County Economic Development
Council
Lynne Munoz: Everett Community College
Murray Reid: Comcast

Shelley Rich
Curtis Takahashi: Work Source

Program Advisory

           

Agricultural Sciences

Business and Marketing

Health and Human
Services

 

Mindy Cleeland: Entertainment Extreme
Mike Ellis:
Aramark Uniform Service
Kevin Giboney: Just2Dads of Allstate
Gary Hauff:
Jr. Achievement
Debbie Long: Keller Williams
Patty McDonald: NW
Washington Business Center
Aubrey Michaelis: Aubrey Design
Deanna
Pickar: Shoreline Safeway
Giselle Saguid: NW Washington Business Center

Karlene Wick: ITT Technical Institute
Katy Brock: Providence Hospital
Rick Peterson:
Dinners Ready
Keri Moore: Snohomish Health District
Correne Bonkowski:
Cedar Cross Co-Op
Joanna Peeler
George Cox
Julie Sevald
Brittany
Armstrong
Faith Stayner

Computer Science

Arts & Visual
Communications

Work Based Learning

Lauribeth Hull: Internet Technology Specialist

Corey Smith: City of Redmond
Mike Archer: Walsworth Publishing
Eric Archer
Ralph
Portillo: Glazer's Camera
Tom Braaten: Bank of
America
Susan Miller: JoAnn Fabrics
Troy Nolden: Safeway
Rob
Ramsburgh: Silvertips
Bethany Ziegler: Fred Meyer

Sports Medicine

Automotive

Engineering Technology

Jaime Abultz: Cascade Rehabilitation
Association
Ellen Ackroyd: Summit Physical Therapy
Nancy Fogel: Summit
Physical Therapy
Michael Lee
Shannon Colleen: Everett Community College 
Krista Lersch: Boeing
Bob Biesiedzinski: Shoreline Communty College 
Richmond del Puerto: Sno-Isle Skills Center
Mike Fisher: Les Schwab Tire
Centers
Gary Holboy: Sno-Isle Skills Center
Gary Neill: Renton Technical
College
Ron Olsen: A-YES
Jack Pennington: Pignatro VW
Ed Ottinger:
Action Auto Parts
Steve Lowry" Performance Nissan
Ryan Holmes: Klein
Honda
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