Michigan’s Career and Technical Education programs provide students with academic, technical and work skills to help them succeed in college and careers. CTE programs are grouped into career clusters (groups of related jobs or industries). Programs meet rigorous academic standards and teach relevant technical knowledge and skills. The blend of work-based learning through partnerships with business and industry and the development of soft skills through student leadership opportunities provides a seamless transition into college and work.
Statewide counts and percentages of students who completed a postsecondary Career and Technical Education program, then went on to earn one or more postsecondary certificates and/or degrees.View Report
An interactive map showing the locations of Career and Technical Education programs offered in Michigan. Users can search for CTE programs by location or by specific CTE program.View Report
Statewide counts and percentages of high school students who participated in a CTE program and their highest education level achieved for a selected high school graduating class.View Report
Statewide counts and percentages of students who have earned a CTE postsecondary award and participated in high school CTE.View Report
Statewide counts and percentages of high school graduates who earned a postsecondary CTE award and whether they participated in high school CTE.View Report
Median annual income and employment numbers for different groups of students one year after completing their highest level of education, grouped by high school CTE status and educational attainment.View Report
From the Office of Career and Technical Education, the Career and Technical Education Information System is a web-based application that collects information for state-approved CTE programs in Michigan. CTEIS Reports lets users generate reports on enrollment and performance evaluation. With different views into trend data, maps and demographics.View CTEIS Reports