NETCAT, NorthEast Texas Career And Technical Consortium, is a career and technical consortium made up of 13 member school districts in five counties. These districts have pooled their Carl Perkins federal Career and Technical education funds to provide career development resources for member districts and to provide support for technical programs.  Examples of services provided are:  student interest assessment, subscription to career, education and life planning web service, state, regional, local CTE laison, scheduled events for students, CTE program planning, counselor forum, monthly newsletter (LifeDraft), and staff development.

Currently happening with CTE 

  • legislative support for expansion  of     CTE programs  


  • possible approval of additional CTE courses that count for core credit
  • coordination of field trips into            industry..specifically L3, Hunt           regional hospital, Case New Holland          Bonham State Prison
  • Program planning for 2013-14
  • Establishing electronic portfolios for eighth graders


 Workforce and Education LInks

      Career InfoNet
      North Central Texas InterLink     
      Reality Check
   Sally Bird, Greenville Chamber of Commerce
    Willie Blow, L3 Communications
    Blake Cooper, Commerce ISD Superintendent
    Brent Donham, Dean of Engineering Dept., TAMU-C
    Luis Franco, Hispanic Outreach, TAMU-C
    Anne Mills, Special Education Consultant
    Jeanette Moser, Atmos Energy
    Demetra Robinson, Municipal Judge, Commerce
    Candy Slocum, InterLink
    Dian Underwood,  Tri-County Spec. Ed. Coop
    Bennett Vandiver, Quality Control, Covidian
    Mary Wallace, Secondary Initiatives Curriculum Director
    Wyman Williams,  Institutional Advancement, TAMU-C