BRCTC Thanks Program Stakeholders at Annual Advisory Dinner
Culinary Café at the Bath Regional Career and Technical Center (BRCTC) was buzzing during the school’s annual Advisory Dinner on September 24. The event is an opportunity for BRCTC to thank Program Advisory Committees for their contributions over the past year and celebrate the school’s accomplishments.
Each Program Advisory Committees includes a range of stakeholders, from business and industry reps to past students. There is a committee for every CTE program at the school, and each committee meets at least twice a year to review the status of the program and verify that its curriculum, instruction, assessment, and equipment are up-to-date with industry practices and needs.
“Our programs have very active committees, some that meet more regularly, some with members that help out in the classroom, and others that help out with material and donations as necessary,” said BRCTC director Julie Kenny. “We couldn’t really offer the same quality programming to our students without all of [their] input and contributions.”
The Advisory Dinner was catered by students in BRCTC’s Culinary Arts Program under the guidance of Chef EB Baldwin.