About CTE, Essex

  • Bob Travers, Director
    Carolyn Dickinson, Assistant Director
    Donna Robert, Assistant Director/Adult Students
    Joe Teegarden, SkillTech Director
    Joan Irwin, Registrar
    Debbie Curtis, Admin. Assistant
    Pauline Jutras, Admin. Assistant/Attendance
    Linda Whitaker, Admin. Assistant/Adult Education  
    Phone: 802-879-5558
    The Center for Technology Essex is committed to maintaining a learning environment free from discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, or sexual orientation.

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  • CTE Students Excel at SkillsUSA National Competition

    The Center for Technology, Essex (CTE) recently sent 15 students to the SkillsUSA National Conference and Competition in Louisville, Ky., as the group had an outstanding showing which included taking home a pair of golds and a silver.

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  • Zoe Ladensack, Class of '13

    It’s not always easy to choose one outstanding student among the many at Center for Technology, Essex, but Zoe Ladensack stands out from the pack.

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  • Building homes, and community

    This summer, the Residential Building Program (RBP) at the Center for Technology Essex (CTE) successfully completed the building and sale of another quality home in the Essex Junction community. This lovely home was placed on the market and received multiple offers within days. The house sold within three days for the asking price.

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  • They've Got Skills!

    Posted by Sarah Knight at 4/7/2017

    Center for Technology, Essex students win 36 medals at the Vermont SkillsUSA competition

    Students from technical centers around Vermont gathered to compete in the statewide SkillsUSA competition, April 4 and 5.

    SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure the U.S. has a skilled workforce through citizenship, leadership, employability, technical and professional skills training.

    These industry leadership and skills-based competitions allow students the opportunity to demonstrate what they have learned in their studies.

    A group of SkillUSA champions

    The Center for Technology, Essex sent 68 students to compete in competitions such as Job Interview, Customer Service, Health Knowledge Bowl, Web Page Design, Cosmetology, Dental Assisting, Childhood Education, Additive Manufacturing, 3d Animation, Interactive Game Development, Promotional Bulletin Board, Advertising Design, Commercial Baking, T-Shirt & Pin Design, and Medical Terminology.

    CTE students earned 16 gold medals, 10 silver medals, and 10 bronze medals. Medal winners received tools, prizes and scholarships.

    Gold medal winners qualify to travel to Louisville, Kentucky for the national conference June 19-24.


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