May 03, 2023 11:00 AM EST - May 03, 2023 11:45 AM EST

Elevating CTE and Empowering Students through the National Technical Honor Society

This session will cover elevating CTE program profiles through the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) and providing value-added opportunities to students. We'll explore:

  • NTHS benefits (including nearly $300,000 in annual scholarships)
  • NTHS Chapter, instructor, and student resources
  • The broader impact of NTHS on CTE and your local programs
  • The NTHS Core 4 objectives (career development, leadership, service, and recognition) which serve as the foundation for NTHS programming and a mechanism for students to develop the skills needed for workforce success.

Together we’ll learn how to leverage an NTHS chapter to empower your students to pursue meaningful careers while bringing all of CTE together in your community.

Peyton Holland

Peyton Holland has dedicated his career to helping bridge education, industry, and communities together to ensure that we are preparing the next generation of skilled leaders for the workforce. He currently serves as the Executive Director of the National Technical Honor Society, a national non-profit that empowers students to pursue the skills needed to build their careers and celebrates those who do. Peyton has been actively engaged in Career & Technical Education for over 20 years, serving as the SkillsUSA North Carolina Executive Director prior to coming to NTHS. He has also worked with organizations, associations, agencies, and companies across the U.S. as a professional speaker and consultant for nearly two decades. Peyton is driven to share the importance of skill and the value of Career & Technical Education in our society.


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