3 Ways to Build Student Confidence to CTE Concentrator Status

Data proves that students in CTE (Career and Technical Education) programs who make “Concentrator” status are more likely to graduate high school and enroll in secondary education or accept a job after graduation. It’s expected that two-thirds of all new jobs will require some kind of credential in addition to a high school degree.

Abby Hess

Associate Product Marketing Manager
Career and Technical Education
National Geographic Learning | Cengage

Noe Macias

Customer Success Consultant
National Geographic Learning | Cengage

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Data proves that students in CTE (Career and Technical Education) programs who make “Concentrator” status are more likely to graduate high school and enroll in secondary education or accept a job after graduation. It’s expected that two-thirds of all new jobs will require some kind of credential in addition to a high school degree. It’s imperative to empower students with resources to prove their knowledge and experience to future employers and institutions as they enter into high-skill, high-wage, high-demand careers in the 21st Century. With so many other electives and AP® course options, how can we encourage students to invest the time to stay within a career pathway?  

In this expert-filled webinar conversation, you will learn methods for building student confidence in their career pathway by:

  • Successfully marketing CTE courses to your students
  • Promoting career portfolios
  • Offering stackable certifications
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