Meg Gianesello Career & Technical Education Scholarship
Meg Gianesello, worked in CUSD for 27 years as a teacher and administrator. As CTE Director from 2002 – 2018, she worked with administrator and CTE teachers to develop relevant and high quality CTE programs accessible to all students. She advocated for hands-on learning and skills attainment as essential to finding one’s passion and career. In 2019, Meg was named ACTE National Administrator of the Year.
1 award of $500
- Minimum grade point average of 2.5
- Must have actively participated in a CTE student organization (CTSO)
- Pursuing a particular field of study CTE related program, (2 or 4 year) or technical / vocational school / program
- Must have completed two CTE courses in the same program area
- Preference given to students who have earned industry credentials aligned with their CTE program
- 500 word essay addressing the following:
- Describe how CTE impacted your educational experience and career goals?
- Describe the skills you attained through your CTE coursework experiences