Information Technology


The Information Technology Career Cluster incorporates four pathways. Network Systems; Information Support & Services; Programming & Software Development; and Interactive Media. Hundreds of Information Technology educational opportunities in a variety of trades and programs are offered throughout the state in school districts, community colleges and state universities.

Program Planning Resources

Florida BTE LISTSERV

The Florida BTE LISTSERV is an e-mail-based forum intended to encourage the free interchange of ideas, best practices, and communication among business technology education stakeholders in Florida. Membership on the list is limited to Florida teachers, district supervisors and resource teachers, and community college or university faculty or administrators with a stake in business technology education.

If you wish to be added or removed to the LISTSERV, use this link to send an e-mail to Debra Perdue.

Events

  • Technology Student Association State Conference, February 25, 2016 www.tsaweb.org
  • Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Leadership Conference, March 11-14, 2016 www.floridafbla-pbl.com
  • Phi Beta Lamda (PBL) State Leadership Conference, March 17-20, 2016 www.floridafbla-pbl.com
  • SkillsUSA Florida State Leadership Conference, April 24-27, 2016 www.skillsusafl.org
  • SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference, June-21-24, 2016 www.skillsusafl.org
  • Technology Student Association (TSA) National Conference, June 2-July 2, 2016 www.tsaweb.org
  • FBLA National Leadership Conference, June 29-July 2, 2016 www.flfbla-pbl.org
  • Florida Business Technology Education Association (FBTEA), July 23-27, 2016 www.fbtea.org
  • 50th Annual Florida Association for Career and Technical Education (FACTE) Conference, July 25-27, 2016 www.facte.org

Organizations

Career and Technical Student Organizations

Teacher/ Educator Professional Organization

Instructional & Related Resources

Student Enrollment Data

For additional information about the Information Technology Career Cluster, contact Debra Perdue, State Supervisor for Information Technology Education, 850-245-9003.