Combining academic programs with real hands-on learning, Career and Technical Education (CTE) provides its students with many different paths to the future. Some go on to college, others go right into a career. All have started to achieve the occupational and 21st Century skills so important in building a successful life and career.
Nationally, CTE grads make $19,000 more per year than college grads with associates degrees.
Nationally, three out of four CTE Students continue on to college.
School Districts are served in Washington, Saratoga, Warrren, Hamilton, and Essex Counties.
When Gage Simpson received an email from Siemens Industries...