Students attending CPAVTS have the opportunity to join a student club or organization related to their CTE program. Each student organization has goals to foster leadership; develop skills and confidence; encourage cooperation; and assist in goal establishment.

 

 

Employers and community leaders recognize FBLA as part of an educational program for occupational preparation. The organization creates interest in and understanding of American business enterprise and provides opportunities to develop leadership skills. For more information, visit http://www.fbla-pbl.org/.

 

 

 

 

FFA serves as part of the educational program, preparing students for careers in agriculture and related fields, such as horticulture, floriculture, and landscaping. This organization seeks to cultivate time management, leadership, and communication skills in students. For more information on FFA, visit https://www.ffa.org/.

 

 

 

FCCLA is a national organization of students in the Home Economics, Child Care, and Culinary Arts. As the name suggests, students who are members of FCCLA are given the opportunity to develop leadership and communication skills, as well as skills related to their desired professional fields. More information can be found at http://www.fcclainc.org/.

 

 

 

HOSA serves students enrolled in the dental health and medical assisting programs. Each member follows the HOSA motto: "The Hands of HOSA Mold the Health of Tomorrow". Students who are members of HOSA are taught leadership and communication skills alongside the technical skills required for their respective fields. More information can be found at http://www.hosa.org/.

 

 

 

This club brings students who share common interests together for an exchange of ideas, and the opportunity to work towards a common purpose. It offers students recognition through a national program of awards and contests, and seeks to cultivate excellence in leadership and in their technical skills. Vist http://www.skillsusa.org/ for more information.

 

 

NTHS recognizes students who have excelled in their technical area. This is an honorary organization and membership is offered via invitation only. NTHS advocates post-secondary education opportunities but also encourages students to develop strong skills in leadership, communication, cooperation, and in their respective technical fields regardless of their after school plans. For more information, visit https://www.nths.org/.

 

 

NAHB allows students from different programs to compete at the national level to test their vocational skills. Students who are members of NAHB are encouraged to uphold the organization's standards of community building and cooperation, as well as the standards set forth by professionals in the workplace. For more information on NAHB, visit http://www.nahb.org/default.aspx.