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CTE Incentive Grant (CTEIG)

The California Career Technical Education Incentive Grant (CTEIG) is a state education, economic, and workforce development initiative. The goal is to provide pupils in kindergarten through grade 12 with the knowledge and skills necessary to transition to employment and post-secondary education. The Yolo County Office of Education is a system of support to our Yolo County Districts in meeting the objectives of the CTEIG grant. 

CTEIG dollars must be spent on:

  • Developing new, or strengthening current CTE programs based on the  11 Elements of a High Quality CTE Program. 
  • Approved CTE programs must be taught by an appropriately credentialed CTE teacher possessing a valid Designated Subjects or Single Subjects CTE credential in the pathway requesting funding.
  • Schools must maintain the CTEIG pathway investments made at their campus for the duration of the grant allocation received, as required by the California Department of Education.
  • Purchasing industry aligned equipment and updating facilities to meet industry needs.

All funding from the current grant have been allocated.  New funding may become available as the California Department of Education releases CTEIG funds for 2020-21.

If you need more information or technical support, please contact:

Keenya Powell, K12 SWP Coordinator, YCCD - keenya.powell@ycoe.org or;

Karen Swan, College and Career Readiness Prog. Specialist - karen.swan@ycoe.org.