The Alabama CTE Leadership Council supports the missions, operations, leadership and advancement of Alabama's Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) and Career Technical Education (CTE) student leadership organizations.

Youth leadership opportunities are important for students to be able to share their passions and enthusiasm, hear encouraging stories from national leaders and bring back lessons that are applicable to future projects and most importantly, an individual’s dreams. You are preparing for a world that is constantly changing, and the future is incredibly bright for Alabama’s students.
–Kay Ivey, Governor of Alabama

Alabama’s CTE+CTSO Master Plan is an innovative approach to prepare Alabama’s future workforce with the essential skills needed for college and career success. Alabama’s Career and Technical Student Organizations and Programs are the premier delivery system of essential skills to prepare Alabama’s future workforce.

DECA

Emerging Leaders & Entrepreneurs
Develops student leaders in Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Management, Finance and Hospitality Education

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FBLA-PBL

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda
Develops student leaders in Business and Information Technology Education

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FCCLA

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
Develops student leaders in Family and Consumer Sciences Education/Human Resources Education

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FFA

Develops student leaders in Agricultural Education

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HOSA

Future Health Professionals
Develops student leaders in Health Sciences Education

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JAG

Job's for Alabama's Graduates Making a measureable difference in the educational and workforce outcomes for students by assisting them in overcoming barriers to graduation and employment.

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JROTC

Developing character, student achievement, wellness, leadership, and diversity in high school students.

SkillsUSA

Develops student leaders in Technical, Skilled, Engineering and Industrial Education

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TSA

Technology Student Association
Develops student leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

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