Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) develop citizenship, technical, leadership, and teamwork skills essential for students who are preparing for the workforce and further education. They enhance students' civic awareness and provide opportunities for developing social competencies and a wholesome attitude about living and working. In Wisconsin there is a strong initiative called "All CTSO". This is the joining of forces to be stronger than the individual piece. Wisconsin started the "All CTSO" initiative over 15 years ago when joint state officer training was in its inception. Today the tradition continues with shared All CTSO leadership events for all members. Students from the six CTSO's work together to develop leadership, teambuilding and organizational skills that will last them a lifetime. They are able to learn about what happens in each of the CTSO's as well as develop relationships for the future.
- DECA Homepage
- FBLA Homepage
- Get to Know Your State Leaders! FBLA State Officer Videos for 2016-2017
- FCCLA Homepage
- Get to Know Your State Leaders! FCCLA State Officer Videos for 2016-2017
- FFA Homepage
- Get to Know Your State Leaders! FFA State Officer Videos for 2016-2017
- HOSA Homepage
- Get to Know Your State Leaders! HOSA State Officer Videos for 2016-2017
- SkillsUSA Homepage
- Get to Know Your State Leaders! SkillsUSA State Officer Videos for 2016-2017
What are CTSOs?
- 2017 CTSO Flyer
- CTSOs are a basic component of vocational education programs that supports and enhances related school-based and work-based learning.
- CTSOs provide students with skills and knowledge to succeed in the new global economy.
- CTSOs are found in middle, junior and senior high schools throughout Wisconsin.
What are the benefits of CTSOs?
- enable students to achieve high academic and occupational standards,
- develop meaningful business partnerships,
- link school-based learning to the real world of work and family,
- motivate youth to become better students and productive citizens,
- develop school and community leaders,
- enhance student self-esteem and self-confidence
CTSO Potential Event Presenters Contact Form--NEW!
Are you a keynote speaker/trainer with an interest in working with Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) in Wisconsin? Then please complete our contact form to be considered for future conferences, workshops, and training events. Speaker and Trainer Contact Form for Wisconsin CTSOs
CTSO Membership Data Google Map
2017-2018 CTSO Collaborative Project
Wisconsin’s Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) provide opportunities for students to develop leadership and technical skills, through classroom curriculum, activities, and community resources. Consider traffic safety in one or more of the six of Wisconsin’s organizations: DECA, FBLA, FCCLA, FFA, HOSA, and SkillsUSA as a collaborative effort in your school or community.
In Wisconsin, Children’s Hospital of Milwaukee, State Farm Insurance, and the Dept. of Transportation offer to Wisconsin CTSOs, a grant opportunity to educate their communities on the dangers of driving in six major areas: 1) Distracted Driving 2) Impaired Driving 3) Nighttime Driving 4) Seat Belt Use 5) Speeding 6) Passengers. CTSOs within a school or district can collaborate by completing a project.
The application is available at http://www.crossroadsteendriving.org/WI-Partners/CTSO-Schools. Past projects developed are also available on this link.
Please visit the resources section at http://www.crossroadsteendriving.org/Resources/CrossroadsCampaigns.
The Teen Driving Summit Toolkit walks through the process of identifying a campaign or project topic, defining objectives, and performing an evaluation!
Apply now for 2017-18 Projects!
- CTSO Project Overview
- Submit a Proposal
- Agreement for the Funding of Wisconsin CTSO/Peer-Led Teen Driver Safety Projects
We hope that your school will consider a CTSO Collaborative Project this year!
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