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Career and Technical Skills can Open Doors to Opportunities

The Crawford County Career & Technical Center is the major center of occupational and technical skill training for secondary students and adults in the county. Four out of five jobs in the next ten years will require some type of trade or technical training according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

At the Career & Technical Center, students have a chance to learn a life supporting skill, a way to “Learn to Earn”. People with specific job skills have an advantage when seeking jobs which offer better pay or advancement. Career-Technical skills can open many doors. Upon graduation, students can enter the workforce, begin an apprentice program, go to trade/technical schools or go to college. Learning a skill is an investment in ones’ future.

Learning a skill is an investment in ones’ future.

Participating in a CTE program can teach students advanced skills and help them obtain industry certifications to prepare them in entering high-demand careers in a wide-range of occupations.

Purpose

Crawford Tech provides students the training and opportunity to be successful in their post-secondary pathways.

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Process

Students are eligible to apply to attend Crawford Tech and focus on a specific field of study for 2-3 years while in high school.

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Expertise

Instructors at Crawford Tech come from years of industry experience, making them specially qualified to train future employees in their programs of study.

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