Steadily, by economic necessity, a change is taking place in our society. The belief that a young person must obtain a college degree in something (anything!) is giving ground to the necessity for a person to acquire skills. The recognition of the value of a career vocational technical education is on the rise. Society is recognizing that in today’s economy, many graduates of four-year liberal arts colleges are looking for work, while students from career vocational technical schools are finding high-skill, high wage jobs. Why? Because they have marketable, industry-sanctioned competencies and employability skills.
https://pioneerinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/WordPress-Blog-Post-Featured-Image-1-3.png 512 1024 Alison Fraser https://pioneerinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/logo_440x96.png Alison Fraser2014-11-01 16:18:502021-07-20 09:13:39Filling the Skills Gap: Massachusetts Vocational-Technical Schools and Business Partnerships