Career Path Less Taken: Statewide Event (September 5)

September 5, 2019 @ 8:00 pm

The Career Path Less Taken will offer clear explanations of intricate data, along with insights from experts in the fields of education, economics, workforce development, and high-growth industries facing labor shortages who are striving to better align Ohio’s education system with the needs of its workforce and economy. The program can connect complex dots to reveal a vital picture of the job market of the future, in order to equip young people and their parents with the information they need to make more informed decisions about options during and after high school. Ultimately, viewers will learn how young people can take advantage of career opportunities in high-demand, high growth, and high-paying fields, and help demonstrate the value of career and technical education to students, parents, employers and the economy.


The statewide air date is September 5, 2019, at 8 p.m. The documentary will be on your local PBS Channel and online at each of those station’s websites. For more information contact Celena Roebuck.


The Ohio Association of Career-Technical Superintendents (OACTS) asks you to consider making plans to host a community watch party in your school/community on September 5th for the premiere or after the premiere for an upcoming school/community event. For more information, visit OACTS online.


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