• Allegan County Area Technical & Education Center

    2891 - 116th Avenue
    Allegan, MI 49010
  • Learning Laundry Skills

    Professional Presentation


    When at the workplace, employees are part of an organization.  Their appearance represents the organization.  All employees/students are expected to dress appropriately. CLEAN clothes are important.  Teens need to learn to take pride in their appearance and become responsible for their hygiene. Students in the Employability Skills program at the Allegan Tech Center learn how to do laundry and provide this service to the Veterinary Technical Sciences and Culinary Arts programs. 



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  • WMU Society of Automotive Engineers Car


    WMU Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Team Visits the Tech Center


    Engineering students from Western Michigan University brought their Formula SAE car to the Allegan Tech Center to show the Machining & CNC class. The Tech Center Machining class makes parts for the car. Students had a chance to see how their parts worked with the finished car.



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  • Healthcare Science Students Participate in Pen Pal Program With the Allegan County Medical Care Community Residents

    Healthcare Science Students Participate in Pen Pal Program Allegan Tech Center Healthcare Science students were partnered with residents of the Allegan County Medical Care Community (ACMCC) for the school year.  Throughout the year, students will make cards, send notes and visit with their pen pals.  During the month of March, students have the opportunity to participate in an unpaid work-based learning at ACMCC.  Our pen pal program allows student to become familiar with the setting while gaining an understanding for the population they will serve.


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  • Machining Blueprint Class


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  • Welding Basics Class


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  • Certified Nurse Aide


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  • Infographics Show CTE Data Improves Student Performance Career and Technical Education Improves Student Achievement

    Infographics Show CTE Data Improves Student Performance 












































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  • Core Performance Indicators

    Federal Carl D. Perkins legislation requires all Career and Technical Education programs monitor student and program performance.  Each Career and Technical Education program has core performance measures in each of the following areas: 

    • Academic Achievement
    • Technical Achievement
    • High School Completion
    • Placement
    • Non-Traditional Enrollment
    • Non-Traditional Completion. 

    View the Core performance indicator information below available for the CTE programs in Allegan County.

    If you have any questions or need assistance locating appropriate Core Performance data, contact Linda Blankenship, CTE Director at 269-512-7800 or lblankenship@alleganaesa.org

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