CTE Activities

Mikron, a Swiss based manufacturer of high precision automation machines, generously hosted the Governor and his delegation at their headquarters in Boudry, Switzerland.​

In Switzerland,  industry intermediaries (typically associations) play a critical role in identifying occupations and competencies to guide the education and training of apprentices.  This is a necessary function that must be built out in Colorado and is exactly what 1288 does; providing funds to support industry intermediaries in this important part of the apprenticeship system we are developing.  

The bill will be signed into law by Governor Hickenlooper on Friday, May 20 at 8:45am at Mikron's Englewood plant near the Centennial Airport. Mikron, a Swiss based manufacturer of high precision automation machines, generously hosted the Governor and his delegation at their headquarters in Boudry, Switzerland.  Englewood is the home of their new North American headquarters where they are building a youth apprenticeship program in conjunction with BASIC, CAMA, Cherry Creek School District, and Community College of Denver.  Thank you to their General Manager, Mike Gunner, for hosting this exciting event.​

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Simon Richardson - CTHS
 Selena Elekovic- CCHS
Jeremiah Desen- GHS
 Ryan Herringshaw- GHS.​

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​CTE Art Students Win at Competition​​

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Seven hundred and fifty images were submitted by twelve competing schools in the 2016 Loveland Photographers Society of America.  Of the 107 ribbons that were presented, CTE students won 24.  That is 22%, the most of any competing school with the next highest school winning 13%.  Two CTE students' images will go on to be shown at the National High School Photo Competition.

CTE photography students also competed in the 2016 CTE State Competition.

The results for the 2016 CTE State Competition are:
Hunter Giolas from Cherry Creek won 1st
Jack Lommen also from Cherry Creek won 2nd
Sheridan Snapp  from Grandview won 3rd.

Todd Adams is the instructor.



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