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Nevada ACTE Awards


Nevada ACTE administers the ACTE Excellence Awards. State award winners in these categories are eligible to move forward for Region V consideration. Learn more about the ACTE Excellence Awards here.  

You can nominate yourself, another person, or a business partner (Business Education Partnership Award) using the link below (please follow the prompts and answer all questions that apply):



All Nevada ACTE Awards must be submitted by June 1, 2024. If you have questions about the Nevada ACTE Awards program, please send your questions to the attention of  Tina Statucki at

Region V Innovative Program Award

This award recognizes innovative career and technical education programs from each Region V state that are unique, novel, and are serving to improve and promote the image of career and technical education. The program must demonstrate a capacity to prepare graduates to perform successfully in an occupational field, exemplify the highest standards within its occupational field, and staff must be involved in an in-service program to keep abreast of technological changes in their occupational field. In addition, the program must have been in operation for at least three years and instructor(s) in the program must have been a member of the state association for at least three consecutive years. All nominations must come from ACTE Region V State Associations, and State associations may submit only one nomination annually.  To nominate a program to be considered for recognition, go to the NACTE Innovative Program Award Nomination Form. Nominations must be submitted by February 1 of each year to be considered for recognition for that year.

ACTE Achieve 100 Award

ACTE’s Achieve 100 Award is presented to schools/institutions that have achieved 100% membership among their career and technical education staff and faculty (All faculty members must be active ACTE members as of December 31). The Achieve 100 Award is a distinguished award that showcases an institution’s dedication and commitment to career and technical education. Qualifying schools/institutions will receive an engraved plaque to highlight the institution’s commitment to CTE upon the first year of eligibility and a plate which can be affixed to the permanent plaque for each qualifying subsequent year to proudly display. Award winners will also be recognized in an issue of ACTE’s award winning publication Techniques and during ACTE’s annual National Policy SeminarTo participate, schools/institutions must fill out the online application on the ACTE Awards Portal. The deadline to complete an application is February 1. 

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