The Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society (MITES) was established in 1928. It is a professional organization of industrial technology, technology education, and career technical education (CTE) educators whose purpose is the development of industrial and technology education at all levels of private and public education.
Functioning as a voluntary, non-profit organization, MITES is focused on the industrial technology, technology, and career technical education of the youth of Michigan and the professional development of industrial and technology education personnel and curriculum.
MITES members are K- 12 teachers, college instructors, students, administrators, teacher educators, curriculum specialists, guidance counselors, and representatives of business, who recognize, assume, and participate in their professional roles. Programs of MITES members play a significant role in our education system and in our increasingly technical society.
MITES is an organization through which all levels of industrial technology, technology education, and career technical education work at the local, state, and national levels to achieve their goals. MITES is a communication link with other educators to communicate current issues, curriculum, problems, changes, and emerging trends through the MITES Journal and Newsletter, and the MITES Annual Convention.
Welcome to MITES!
We will be posting all of our latest news about our organization here. Come back and check us out often.
August 26, 2013: Don R. Hulce
MITES Meeting Schedule
We look forward to seeing you at the MITES meetings for 2013-2014.