A competitive state grant program designed to create projects and best practices that: prepare high school students for postsecondary options; connect academic and technical curriculum; provide innovation to ensure career choices, work-based learning and dual enrollment; support workforce, education and economic needs of Wyoming.
2014 State CTE Demonstration Project Grant
The focus of the 2012-2014 CTE Demonstration Project Grant is on the integration of Career Technical Education (CTE) and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). In October 2012, the Wyoming Department of Education awarded CTE Demonstration Project Grants to the following school districts:
- Fremont County School District #25: To develop a “Geometry in Construction” program at Riverton High School.
- Sweetwater County School District #1: To further develop their Energy Resources Academy at Rock Springs High School and add courses in engineering and robotics.
- Sublette County School District #1: To develop Green Construction, Energy/Engineering, and other STEM programs within Pinedale High School.
- Teton County School District #1: To integrate a “Fab Lab” (Fabrication Lab) into their current and future STEM/CTE course offerings.
- Uinta County School District #1: To work with ConnectEd to develop a STEM program of study.
- Natrona County School District #1: To partner with Fremont #25 and share best practices in the area of Math and Construction. The Transitions Learning Center in Casper is developing multiple math and construction courses.
Future grant funds will be available starting in July 2014. If you are interested in applying in the future, please contact Guy Jackson at 307-777-3655 or email@example.com.