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Leadership in Career and Technical Education

 

The Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators (MAVA) represents the interests of vocational technical educators and administrators from public high schools throughout the commonwealth.

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MAVA Mailing Address: 

MAVA attn: Jeanne Rayner

85 Pine St., Needham, MA 02492

‹EMAIL: info@mava.us

PHONE: 508-274-3087

Check out this video and see how our CTE instructors banded together to meet the challenges of hands on learning during these times.

Kevin Farr, Executive Director of MAVA, brings over 34 years of leadership in Career Technical Education (CTE). Retiring from Upper Cape Tech as Superintendent after 33 years and 1 year as Interim Superintendent at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School. Kevin remains committed to guiding our school districts into the new millennium.

  Kevin believes in collaboration, community service and unity amongst all members of technical education in the commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Teachers are required to obtain 150 PDP's every five years. This site is the best reference source for finding relevant courses for your professional development needs.

 

Whether you are on the path to obtain your initial licensure or working towards recertification, MAVA is your trusted resource for training and education.

 MAVA Updates

MAVA Planning RetreatOnline (9 am - 12 pm)

August 5 & August 6, 2020

 

MAVA Hot Work Safety Certification Program

 

Construction Supervisor License Online Course

 

Leadership Academy One is planned to restart August 3 and 4

 

Leadership Academy Two is planned to restart September 25-26

 

All MAVA/Fitchburg Courses Fall Course Registrations open Monday Aug. 3

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See you in 2021!

Vocational Schools across Mass. donate

13,000 masks, 140,000 gloves

to organizations across state

The Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators (MAVA) released a video showcasing the efforts of the schools during the pandemic. The “Boston Globe” published an article and a video link see below:

There are 81 Vocational technical programs in the state of Massachusetts. click here view listings of all of them.

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