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ASSOCIATION FOR CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION

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Standing Committees and Task Forces

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ACTE's standing committees and task forces are the workforce of the Association and play an important role in implementing the strategic plan. Committees are made up of ACTE members who are appointed by their Vice Presidents to represent their Region or Division; task forces are made up of volunteers appointed based on expertise. Most committee vacancies are filled April-June. More information about committees and task forces can be found in the ACTE Committee/Task Force Handbook. Please contact Kate Dowdy in ACTE's Leadership Department if you have any questions. 

On each committee/task force page you will find this year's charter and objectives, a current member roster and detailed position description for volunteers. Are you interested in serving on an ACTE committee? Learn more about our active committees below!  

Volunteer Commitment: 3-5 hours per year, 3 years (July 1June 30)
Impact of Work: Committee members are primarily responsible for ensuring the Association’s financial statements and disclosures are validated and to evaluate the Association's accounting procedures and to oversee ACTE’s financial reporting, internal control and audit processes. 
Expertise Required: Financial experience is required.  
 
Awards Committee 
Volunteer Commitment: 50+ hours per year, 2 years (July 1June 30)
Impact of Work: Committee members review and score applications for the ACTE Excellence Awards and collectively determine national award winners. The committee is responsible for maintaining national application requirements, criteria, and rubrics, and providing input on ways to further improve processes and recognition for award winners. 
Expertise Required: Previous experience on an awards committee is strongly recommended 
 
Bylaws Committee 
Volunteer Commitment: 5+ hours per year, 2 years (July 1June 30)
Impact of Work: Committee members are responsible for ensuring the organizational documents of the Association conform to law and are reflective of the desires and needs of members and ensuring appropriate conformity of organizational and operational documents of the Association.  
Expertise Required: It is recommended that members of this committee have knowledge of ACTE's organizational structure.
 
CTE Support Fund Committee 
Volunteer Commitment: 10 hours per year, 2 years (July 1June 30)
Impact of Work: Committee members are responsible for providing guidance and developing strategies to engage ACTE’s members in contributing to the CTE Support Fund. 
Expertise Required: Additional experience/interest in the CTE Support Fund is a plus but not required.
 
Nominating Committee 
Volunteer Commitment: 7+ hours per year, 2 years (July 1June 30)
Impact of Work: Committee members are responsible for the implementation of the nomination and election process for the governance year. The committee is to abide by the bylaws and approved Policy and Procedures Manual in fulfilling its objectives. The committee is to present at least two candidates for president-elect and ensure all Region and Division vice president candidates meet the required criteria. The entire slate is to be presented to the Assembly of Delegates at ACTE's CareerTech VISION.  
Expertise Required: It is recommended that members of this committee have knowledge of ACTE's organizational structure. 
 
Resolutions Committee 
Volunteer Commitment: 5 hours per year, 2 years (January 1December 31)
Impact of Work: Committee members are responsible for reviewing and approving proposed resolutions and facilitating the resolutions submission process.
Expertise Required: Additional experience/interest in association governance and policy is a plus but not required.
 
 

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The Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) is the nation’s largest not-for-profit association committed to the advancement of education that prepares youth and adults for successful careers. ACTE represents the community of CTE professionals, including educators, administrators, researchers, guidance counselors and others at all levels of education. ACTE is committed to excellence in providing advocacy, public awareness and access to resources, professional development and leadership opportunities.

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