Students in CTE courses have the opportunity to participate in extended learning activities in a variety of ways. Many students choose to engage in leadership development projects through Career and Technical Education Student Organizations (CTSO’s) and other related clubs.
Participate in extended learning opportunities to:
- Learn more about careers, and about post-high school education and training options
- Develop leadership skills that will prepare you for college and career
- Test your skills at competitions
CTE Student Organizations
CTSO's put your skills to the test, and help you learn, grow and compete. Depending on your school’s Career and Technical Education courses, you might have some or all of Washington’s student leadership organizations available to you. Click on the CTSO logos to learn more.
Related Clubs and Activities
Outside of official CTSO's, all CTE courses have extended learning opportunities through clubs, service learning and more. Examples include: