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CTE Instructor Resources

Career and College Ready


Michigan Career & College Ready Portal

PDF DocumentWork Readiness Standards and Benchmarks

CTE Curriculum, Videos & Toolkit

CTE Curriculum

External LinkICEV - Online CTE Curriculum

External LinkApplied Educational Systems

CTE Videos that can be Shared with Students

Video DocumentNBC News Education Nation:  Focusing on Career Training in Schools

Video DocumentVideo Game Design Career Simulation Curriculum (You-Tube Video)

Video DocumentCareer and Cluster Videos (

Video DocumentCTE - What Can You Be? (You-Tube Video)

Video DocumentCTE For Me - Non-Traditional Career Paths (Teacher Tube Video)

Video DocumentNontraditional Career Video (YouTube) 

Video DocumentNontraditional Careers (

External LinkA-Z List - Provides students with an A to Z list of jobs and career videos. Recommended for grades 6-8 -  (

Promotional Toolkit for Michigan Career & Technical Education 

(A resource for public schools to use when working with their legislators)

PDF DocumentPromotional Toolkit for Michigan Career & Technical Education


KeyTrain user guides

Word DocumentGetting started with KeyTrain

Non Traditional Presentations

Non Traditional Presentations

This is a great presentation to share with CTE staff, counselors and administrators,. Please feel free to use it during a district inservice.
PDF Document2013 Berrien County CTE Consortium Presentation on Nontraditional Education

Video DocumentWomen in Science - Fun video to share with female students who have an interest in science.

Soft Skill Videos

Soft Skill Videos

The Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) and the Metropolitan Affairs Coalition (MACIII) have teamed up with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) to produce 14 new eLearning videos under four categories to help teach soft skills. The videos are publicly available at 
External Link

Documents and Forms

CTE Student Application

(This form is for school who require an application)

Work-Based Learning Forms