Career & Technical Education Assistance Program
The Career & Technical Education Assistance Program (CTE) assists individuals with significant barriers to education and/or employment, including: single parents, displaced homemakers, students with disabilities, educationally disadvantaged students and individuals interested in nontraditional occupations (for their gender) in Career and Technical Education fields.
Students must complete a free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year, declare an Associate of Arts Degree in Elementary Education or Secondary Education, Associate of Applied Science degree, Associate of Business degree or Certificate program, participate in required meetings/events, maintain adequate progress and demonstrate financial need to be considered for scholarship services. The program no longer funds students in AS or AGS - general degrees.
Career & Technical Education Assistance Program Staff
Bradford Glover, M.C.J.
Director of Career & Transfer Services
Laura Cortez, M. Ed
Lisa Foreman, M.S.
Senior Specialist-Career & CTE
North Las Vegas Campus
Our Services include:
- Academic & Career Advising
- Career Exploration - TypeFocus V7
- Internship Information & Volunteer Opportunities
- Non-traditional Career Information
- Financial Resources Info for College Students
- Student Development Workshops
- Scholarships for Tuition & Textbooks
- (Available for those who qualify)
- Uniforms & Transportation Assistance
- Textbook Assistance Program (TAP)
- (Available to all students)
- Assistance with payment of TEASE and Praxis Assessment
The Career & Technical Assistance Program is currently accepting applications.
**Only students who have submitted a 2018-2019 FAFSA application, demonstrate financial need, have Nevada residency status at CSN, pursuing an AA degree in Education or Secondary Education, AAS degree, AB degree, or a Certification program, and are registered in classes will be considered. Please note that the CTE program cannot assist with excess credit fees.
Textbook Assistance Program (TAP)
Textbooks are loaned to students on a per semester basis. Students must provide a class schedule and complete a TAP application with detailed information concerning each textbook they are requesting. This program is open to all CSN students.
West Charleston Campus
Near the K Building
North Las Vegas Campus
Academic Success Services Area