HBA Participates in the 2014 ACTE CareerTECH VISION Conference

Wed, November 19, 2014 8AM – Sat, November 22, 2014 5PM
Nashville, Tennessee

ACTE is committed to enhancing the job performance and satisfaction of its members; to increasing public awareness and appreciation for career and technical programs; and to assuring growth in local, state and federal funding for these programs by communicating and working with legislators and government leaders.

ACTE is pleased to present a rich array of professional development and educational sessions, a comprehensive Expo, and numerous networking opportunities for educators, administrators and business leaders from all facets of career and technical education.

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Over 100 culinary Career & Tech educators participated in the HBA workshop and received resources for their high school FCS and culinary programs. Thanks to HBA educator award winner and FCS Baking Science teacher Connie Nieman for demonstrating baguette, knots and kaiser roll shaping tips.

Robert Harper, President of Hopkinsville Milling, a member of HBA assists culinary Family & Consumer Sciences and Ag educators with 5-Minute Baking Activities, Flour is Not Just Flour and The Scoop on Gluten in the HBA exhibit.

Robert Harper, President of Hopkinsville Milling, a member of HBA assists culinary Family & Consumer Sciences and Ag educators with 5-Minute Baking Activities, Flour is Not Just Flour and The Scoop on Gluten in the HBA exhibit.

What the Yeast Likes to Eat experiment

What the Yeast Likes to Eat experiment

Connie and Sharon from the Home Baking Association shaping Kaisers, Knots and Pretzels

Connie and Sharon from the Home Baking Association shaping Kaisers, Knots and Pretzels

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