• Allegan County Area Technical & Education Center

    2891 - 116th Avenue
    Allegan, MI 49010
    269-512-7800
  • Tech Camp 2019

     Tech Camp Program Descriptions 2019

    Tech Camp 2019 Entry Form


     

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  • Building Trades II

    Building Trades II Picnic Table

    Students have been building benches that when put together and folded turn into a picnic table.  The benches will be donated to Christian Neighbors in Otsego where they will be auctioned off at their annual auction that raises funds to support their food pantry.


     

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  • Auto Technology

    The Allegan Tech Center Auto Program was recently featured in the Allegan News and Gazette.  The article explained what goes on in the program and how they help the less fortunate families in the community with expensive car repairs.  It also talked about how the program helps Sylvia’s Place, a domestic violence shelter.  The students in the program do car repairs for these women and Sylvia’s place pays for the parts to help them get back on their feet.  While doing these community services, the students are getting real life experience which prepares them for great paying jobs in the auto industry.

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  • Skilled Trades Training at the Allegan Tech Center


     

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  • General Die and Engineering Student Machining and CNC Student2

    Andrew Gohn

    Machining & CNC 2nd yr student Andrew Gohn has been working at General Die and Engineering for the past year.  During his time at General Die, Andrew has quickly learned many skills.  Currently he is running three CNC machines including a 5-axis Fidia finishing machine, 3-axis Fadal semi-finishing machine, and a 3-axis Makino roughing machine.  Andrew has been building upon the skills he has learned in the program to become a valuable member of industry.  In his first year of employment Andrew has earned $24,000 at General Die, while still being a full-time high school student.

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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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