The Skills Center of Seattle Public Schools is asking students and families to take a brief one-page survey about current and future courses being offered. The Skills Center offers free classes to high school students looking to explore and prepare for different career fields by taking courses led by industry professionals. These courses are offered during the school year and in the summer.This was posted yesterday and so the district is taking about three days for this survey. Good luck with that.
The Skills Center offers courses in aerospace, auto technology, nursing, digital animation, construction, culinary sciences and more! These classes enable high school students to gain skills in different careers, for free, while attending high school. If a course isn’t offered at your school, free transportation is provided.
In many cases, students can earn college credit. Some courses also offer industry certification upon completion. Help us serve more students and make advanced Career and Technical Education (CTE) opportunities accessible to all by taking this brief survey by January 27th.
For more information about the Skills Center visit the Skills Center homepage.
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
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