Career and Technical Instruction Organization

  • Through participation in the Georgia Career and Technical Instruction Organization, students with disabilities learn about the world of work and the employment skills they need to be successful. Students enrolled in CTAE classes with an Individualized Education Plan can be considered for CTI services.  Georgia CTI provides students the opportunity to sharpen skills learned in their career and technical education classes. In addition, students experience work-related activities that assist them in their planning for post-secondary opportunities. Georgia CTI students develop confidence and maturity through meeting challenges and completing projects as they prepare for state-wide competitions. As they receive recognition for those achievements, their self-esteem grows and they become more confident of their abilities. Participation in the CTI organization helps students become well-rounded individuals.