Vote on New Logo Design for CTE


DELAND – Volusia County Schools’ Career & Technical Education Department is refreshing its brand with a new logo – and CTE would like the public’s help in selecting the winning design!

The 23 logos under consideration were designed by students in CTE programs at eight high schools.

Voting is available online at The deadline to vote is 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 15.

Business partners in industries including website design, engraving, embroidery, and print materials gave the student designers feedback on their logo submissions. CTE students then modified their designs to create their final product.

The winning logo will be featured on the CTE pages of the VCS website, the YouTube channel, and marketing materials. The winning student will receive a $100 gift card and will be recognized by the FUTURES Foundation. All participating students will receive a $10 gift card.

Career & Technical Education provides rigorous instruction to prepare students for high-wage, high-skill, high-demand careers, and/or postsecondary opportunities. CTE bridges secondary and postsecondary curriculum, provides industry certification opportunities, reinforces core academics, and delivers the skills necessary for cutting-edge, economically viable career options. Work-based learning opportunities, hands-on learning, school-based enterprises, and CTE student organizations are key components of CTE.

Thank you to the contest’s business partners: Dr. Bradley Moody, Daytona State College; Dean O'Brien, 06 Marketing; Mark Russell, Tinker Graphics; Jason Cyrier, Trophy Factory Plus; Jamie Underwood, Woodland and Rich; VCS Web Content Specialist Thomas Melton; VCS Manager of Strategic Partnerships Kelly Amy; VCS Learning Technologies Specialist Derek Travis; and Eddie Stamm, the Logo Store. Also, a special thanks to the FUTURES Foundation for Volusia County Schools for sponsoring the logo contest.

Please cast your vote by 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 15!

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