CTAE PROGRAMS AND INSTRUCTORS
AIR FORCE Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC)
Lt. Col. Eric Mosby
Msgt. Chad Smith
BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY
EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION
Barbara Grave de Peralta
NUTRITION AND FOOD SCIENCE
WELDING (offered in conjunction with SRTC)
MACINTYRE PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL/SCHOLARS ACADEMY PROGRAMS AND INSTRUCTORS
CTAE DIRECTOR AND WBL COORDINATOR
Office: (229) 225-2666, ext. 2025
CAREER TECHNICAL STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS (CTSOs)
CTSOs are an integral part of Career Technical Agricultural Education program areas. CTSOs assist instructors in developing the leadership, citizenship, technical, critical thinking, and teamwork skills essential to students who are preparing for the work-force and further education. They enhance students' civic awareness and provide opportunities for developing social competencies and a wholesome attitude about living and working.
What do CTSOs do for students? What do they do for teachers?
CTSOs provide opportunities for students to showcase and demonstrate their talents, technical abilities, knowledge and leadership skills inside and outside the classroom. They give students well-rounded experiences they can report on job and/or college applications.
For both advisors and students, CTSOs provide opportunities to network with business people, educators and students.
CTSOs bring together all types of students from diverse backgrounds to work as a cohesive team; CTSOs teach cooperation, tolerance, and teamwork.
CTSOs benefit the community they are in through local and national community service projects.
What is involved in a CTSO? Each CTSO varies slightly, but some basics common to all include:
OURS CTSOs INCLUDE: