About Jason M. Stahl
Jason M. Stahl has a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre, with over 40 credit hours specifically spent learning Design and Production and a Master of Science in Education for Administration and Leadership. As an Arizona Native, Jason has spent countless hours working with the Department of Education, Association of Career and Technical Education of Arizona, and various districts to provide a comprehensive look at the needs of the state of Arizona, most recently working with Queen Creek USD as the Department Chair over Career and Technical Education for Eastmark High School and advising the CTE Director.
Jason has been a 3 time recipient of the Queen Creek Schools Education Foundation Teacher Grant for various projects related to Career and Technical Education, 2019 AZ FBLA Adviser of the Year, and Adviser to countless State and National winners in Media-related events with FBLA-PBL.
"When I first got into the workforce, I did not believe I would ever enjoy anything as much as technical design. After 3 years working with aspiring technicians and designers at Campo Verde High School, I found there to be joy in both teaching and designing. As a CTE Teacher, I have worked to help students be prepared for a real workplace environment. By providing students the space to experience the highs and lows of Communication Media Technologies, I have dedicated my time and energy to ensuring that all students receive a quality education that includes core curriculum and Career and Technical Education."