U.S. Department of Education-sponsored programs in Career and Technical Education prepare students for a wide variety of occupations, including business careers.
In support of their efforts, this week we’re profiling the growing field of market research analysts and marketing specialists.
February is Career and Technical Education Month.
Want to learn more about the benefits of career and technical education for students and adult workers?
If we told you that high school students can earn high school credits while taking skill training that prepares them for high-wage, high-demand careers, would you say that sounds too good to be true?
Curious about what it would take to learn marketable skills that could earn you an in-demand new job?
Graduates of workforce education programs are ready for employment as soon as they finish, generally in careers that pay a family wage.
If you wonder about a career in aviation, but have no experience yet, you can find encouragement in the story of one of the founders of aviation, and in some detailed information about your aviation career options.
Preparing youth and adults to enter skill-building community college programs and enhancing collaborations between community colleges and employers are core components of CareerOneStop’s mission.
You might not think of education as a matter of health, but organizers of National Public Health Week do!
National Public Health Week priorities include helping all Americans achieve at least high school graduation.
If you’re hoping to work in an internship this summer, it’s time to rev up your internship research and application efforts.
Want to learn job skills and get ready for a new career in a hurry? Short-term training programs can be a great choice.
You may have heard mention of manufacturing jobs in presidential campaign conversations. Here’s a timely look at some developments in this influential industry.