Career and Technical Education Programmatic Advisory Committees
Definition of Programmatic Advisory Committees
Programmatic advisory committees are comprised of employers and community representatives who advise educators on the design, development, operation, evaluation and revision of their Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. Advisory Committee members are asked to commit to a term of one year. Advisory committees meet a minimum of two times a year.
Purpose of Programmatic Advisory Committees
The primary purpose of the programmatic advisory committee is to help VISD CTE ensure that the program is relevant to the community, addresses current industry standards, meets workforce needs, has appropriate resources to support high quality student outcomes, and represents “all aspects of the industry.”
Programmatic advisory committees are advisory in nature, and do not establish policy, or supersede the legal responsibility and authority vested in the VISD Board of Trustees. Programmatic advisory committee recommendations are reviewed by administration and, if appropriate, by the Board of Trustees for feasibility of implementation.
VISD CTE Programmatic Advisory Committees
- Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
- Automotive Technician
- Business and Career Preparation
- Collision Repair
- Construction Technology
- Education and Training
- Graphic Design
- Video Game Programming
- Health and Medical
- Information Technology
- Law Enforcement
How to Join
Contact the VISD CTE Coordinator, Lauri Range, 788-2802 or Martin Sanchez, CTE Counselor, 788-2801.