Beyond high school, getting an education at a career technical school can lead to finding employment in fields such as: Automotive Technology, Diesel Technology, Collision Refinishing Technology, Motorcycle Technology, and Marine Technology.
You have to think very carefully about what it is you want to do in life. You can use the internet or the library to find out as much as you can about the occupations that interest you. You can also talk to your guidance counselor and family members or friends for help and support.
There are a lot of programs to consider, and you'll want to think about those programs that match your natural skills and abilities.
Here are some sources that may be of help:
Career Onestop: This site provides helpful information on finding out what your training needs are, and assessing your skills.
Career Voyages: This site is easy to navigate, and great for exploring career options. You can also get information with the careers with the fastest growth rate.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook: Great information that describes what you’ll need in education and training, the earnings you can expect, and the expected job prospects of your field of interest.
You can be creative as you like in gathering information. Call the unemployment office, or the company you’d like to work for way ahead of time. Ask what they expect from their employees by way of certifications and experience. You can also ask them if they can recommend a career technical school that will provide the training and experience they’re looking for.
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