Today’s cutting-edge, rigorous and relevant career and technical education (CTE) prepares students for a wide range of high-wage, high-skill, high-demand careers. According to the Association for Career and Technical Education, a person with a CTE-related associate degree or credential will earn on average between $4,000 and $19,000 more a year than a person with a humanities associate degree. Students will feel confident in the skills they learn in your classroom.
CTE addresses the needs of high-growth industries and helps close the skills gap. The skilled trades are some of the hardest positions to fill, which makes post-secondary education, whether college or trade school, so vital to growing the state and local economy. Moss is here to help -- we can help you located the right programs that are in demand in your area.
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