CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) – CTE leaders say there are about 30 programs at the Pathways Innovation Center for students to take advantage of. Benefits like getting a career or college credentials in high school are a couple of reasons why leaders are hoping to get the word out.
“Students can get a college degree or go into the workforce and support a family with little or no debt,” said Lucas Dow, Administrator at Pathways Innovation Center.
Rob Hill, a construction teacher at Pathways, adds they don’t want to steal the thunder from junior colleges but work together with them.
“We feed into our programs for our students’ desire to go to post-secondary education and we have a seamless partnership between the two,” Hill said.
Dow adds another recent advantage of