Clear path, valuable preparation

Pathways for K-12 students are organized within the National Career Cluster Framework™ and allow high school students to earn postsecondary credits, accelerating the attainment of industry-recognized postsecondary credentials for jobs ranging from Accountant to Auto Tech, Engineer to Nurse.

Career & Technical Education allows students to practice what they learn and understand how theory relates to practice. It also promotes timely and valuable career awareness and exploration.

In 2016-17, more than 36,600 high school students across the state took tech college courses, earning nearly 147,400 college credits. That's an estimated value of at least $19.2 million.


Contact the Career Prep Coordinator at your local technical college.