Helping students get started on their careers

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Published on November 18, 2015 with No Comments

Free dual college credits, skills that lead to high-paying jobs and hands-on classes that stress the latest technical skills for industry.

These are just a few attributes of many half-day programs offered by Porter County Career and Technical Education (PCCTE).  Many future construction workers, nurses, EMT’s, and teachers get a start on their professions in these elective classes.

Most programs offered through PCCTE will welcome potential students on Friday, Dec. 4 from 8 to 9 a.m. (Portage and Morgan Twp. from 1 to 2 p.m.).  Parents are welcome.  Some schools will send students on field trips or allow them an excused absence.

The 30-plus programs will also welcome visitors on Wednesday, Jan. 20 and Tuesday, Feb. 2, including evening open houses (Feb. 2).

Almost 1,100 juniors and seniors from 10 area high schools annually take half-day programs ranging from Health Science Education to Industrial Mechanics to Early Childhood Education.  Many programs offer dual college credits, and there is no cost connected with most of these credits.  The programs help students get started on their careers and help them attain Academic Honors Diploma or Technical Honors Diploma in Indiana.

High schools served are Boone Grove, Chesterton, Hebron, Hobart, Kouts, Morgan Twp., Portage, Valparaiso, Washington Twp. and Wheeler.

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