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The Carl Perkins Act, also commonly referred to as "CTE Perkins", is a federal act that supports resources for instructional programs and services for the success of students from "special populations" enrolled in Career & Technical Education (CTE) programs. Special populations include to students who are
In this site, you will find information about the Carl Perkins Act, a listing of programs and services areas that are eligible and resource resources to support the success of you, our students.
In the 2017-18 academic year, college Carl Perkins Act resources will support the following Instructional Programs and Service Departments:
Dr. Jennifer Zellet
Vice President of Instruction
Location: Morris 205A
Carl Perkins IV-C, Project Director
Dean of CTE, Community & Workforce Development
Location: Sierra Hall Building 255, West Campus
Dean of Agriculture & Environmental Sciences
Location: Agriculture Building, East Campus
Location: Morris 205
Morris Memorial 204