Parkside CTE Local SkillsUSA Competition and Open House, Feb. 2
There has been a shift in the workforce over the past couple of decades.
A push to get high school students into college after graduation has created a shortage in skilled trade workers. From a financial standpoint, that can benefit a lot of young people who can’t afford college, but want a high-end job because districts like Wicomico offer training in a variety of fields.
Bryan Ashby, supervisor of career and technology education, and Astrid Bravo, a former CTE student who now works at Gateway Subaru, join us in Historic Studio D to tell us what CTE programs are offered in Wicomico County.
They are encouraging all middle and high school students in Wicomico County, and their parents to come out to the CTE open house this Saturday, February 2nd from 8 am – Noon at Parkside High School.