Community Partners

  • Career and Technical Education Community Partners

    Career and Technical Education (CTE) advisory committees advise, assist and provide support and advocacy for quality CTE programs. Advisory Committee volunteers help plan the training for our future workforce. The guidance and advice of local advisory committee members can help ensure students are learning the most current skills needed in the workplace. Bringing employers and educators together on Advisory Committees provides a format for sharing information and ideas. Advisory committee volunteers have the opportunity to learn more about the CTE program, and the instructor's are able to increase their understanding of the job market, employers' needs and community opportunities Career and Technical Education

    CTE Advisory Committees:

    1. Provide information to update, modify, expand, and improve the quality of programs.
    2. Support and strengthen the partnerships between business, labor, the community, and education.
    3. Make recommendations that will strengthen and expand the CTE curriculum, and provide assistance in implementing these recommendations.
    4. Identify and validate academic and occupational competencies, determining priorities, and review and evaluate programs.
    5. Communicate long-term goals and objectives of the CTE programs to students, parents, employers, and the community.


    Interested in participating on an Advisory Committee? We welcome volunteers throughout the year.
    Please contact Diane Storm, CTE Administrative Assistant, to receive information on the Advisory you are interested in.     
  • General Advisory

    Linda Armstrong: Aviation Technical Services
    Cyndi Bajema
    Mary Kaye Bredeson: Center of Excellence
    for Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing       
    Terri Drayer: The Boeing Company
    Don Grissett

    Suzette McClelland: Aviation Technical Services
    Mike McCoy
    Kevin
    McKay: TECT Aerospace
    John Monroe: Snohomish County Economic Development
    Council
    Lynne Munoz: Everett Community College
    Murray Reid: Comcast

    Shelley Rich
    Curtis Takahashi: Work Source

    Program Advisory

               

    Agricultural Sciences

    Business and Marketing

    Health and Human
    Services

     

    Mindy Cleeland: Entertainment Extreme
    Mike Ellis:
    Aramark Uniform Service
    Kevin Giboney: Just2Dads of Allstate
    Gary Hauff:
    Jr. Achievement
    Debbie Long: Keller Williams
    Patty McDonald: NW
    Washington Business Center
    Aubrey Michaelis: Aubrey Design
    Deanna
    Pickar: Shoreline Safeway
    Giselle Saguid: NW Washington Business Center

    Karlene Wick: ITT Technical Institute
    Katy Brock: Providence Hospital
    Rick Peterson:
    Dinners Ready
    Keri Moore: Snohomish Health District
    Correne Bonkowski:
    Cedar Cross Co-Op
    Joanna Peeler
    George Cox
    Julie Sevald
    Brittany
    Armstrong
    Faith Stayner

    Computer Science

    Arts & Visual
    Communications

    Work Based Learning

    Lauribeth Hull: Internet Technology Specialist

    Corey Smith: City of Redmond
    Mike Archer: Walsworth Publishing
    Eric Archer
    Ralph
    Portillo: Glazer's Camera
    Tom Braaten: Bank of
    America
    Susan Miller: JoAnn Fabrics
    Troy Nolden: Safeway
    Rob
    Ramsburgh: Silvertips
    Bethany Ziegler: Fred Meyer

    Sports Medicine

    Automotive

    Engineering Technology

    Jaime Abultz: Cascade Rehabilitation
    Association
    Ellen Ackroyd: Summit Physical Therapy
    Nancy Fogel: Summit
    Physical Therapy
    Michael Lee
    Shannon Colleen: Everett Community College 
    Krista Lersch: Boeing
    Bob Biesiedzinski: Shoreline Communty College 
    Richmond del Puerto: Sno-Isle Skills Center
    Mike Fisher: Les Schwab Tire
    Centers
    Gary Holboy: Sno-Isle Skills Center
    Gary Neill: Renton Technical
    College
    Ron Olsen: A-YES
    Jack Pennington: Pignatro VW
    Ed Ottinger:
    Action Auto Parts
    Steve Lowry" Performance Nissan
    Ryan Holmes: Klein
    Honda
    under construction