The Advocacy Committee will consist at minimum of the Past President (chair) and at least three other Board Members and/or members-at-large. The responsibilities of the Advocacy Committee will be to coordinate all advocacy activities for the association to include statewide and national issues including:
Reviewing relevant legislation and providing guidance to the NACTE Board on the impact to career and technical education;
Develop and carry out the plans for publicizing NACTE events for building a favorable public image;
Coordinate a promotional plan to publicize national CTE Month to legislators, media, educators, and the general public; and
Develop information material that can be used by divisions and members.