The CTE Revitalization Grant program is a purposive concept designed to support student engagement and success, completion leading to career and college preparation, and a potential boost to local/regional economic development.
CTE Revitalization 2021-23
Join the Oregon Department of Education (ODE), Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC), Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI), and a growing number of forward thinkers, policy makers, employers, and other educators to revitalize CTE!
The intent of the CTE Revitalization Grant is to strengthen existing CTE Programs of Study and create new CTE Programs of Study that will meet workforce needs in high-skill, high-wage, and in-demand occupations; support achievement of the Oregon Diploma; and address the needs of historically and currently marginalized youth, students, and families, including civil rights protected classes.
Advisory Committee Meeting
The 2021-23 CTE Revitalization Grant Advisory Committee will hold a virtual meeting on Wednesday, June 14, 2023. The public is welcome to submit written comments by Monday, June 12, to the ODE CTE Revitalization Grant Team.
2021-23 CTE Revitalization Grant Recipients
Information for 2021-23 CTE Revitalization Grant Recipients
The spending deadline for the 2021-23 CTE Revitalization Grant is
June 30, 2023
ODE offered four Technical Assistance Webinars to assist prospective applicants with various stages of the application process. Webinar recordings are listed below for reference purposes.
New for the 2021-23 CTE Revitalization Grant
The process for distributing CTE Revitalization grants during this biennium has changed.
Eligibility: (per OAR 581-044-0230)
- public school district
- Education Service District (ESD)
- public school
- public charter school or combination
In addition, the nine Federally Recognized Tribes in Oregon are eligible and encouraged to apply.
Eligible recipients who received awards in a previous biennium are eligible during this round of funding under the following circumstances:
- the application submitted is for a new project AND/OR
- the recipient is a partner in a new collaborative grant project
Funding Amounts: $125,000 is the maximum amount to be funded. Collaborative proposals involving multiple districts (consortia) are encouraged; consortia can request up to $250,000. All grant awards are contingent on continued available funding.
CTE Program of Study (POS) Design: There are three groups of grants:
- Start-up NEW
- Start-up MOVE
- High Quality POS
Please Note: If you are considering using Revitalization funds to support a capital construction project or purchase a vehicle, please reach out to the
ODE CTE Revitalization Grant Team to discuss your plans BEFORE submitting your CTE Revitalization RFA.