Our society has a vital need for well-trained, qualified individuals to fill thousands of jobs in fields ranging from agricultural science to carpentry, public services to health sciences, automotive technology to welding. These high-skilled careers provide high-wage earnings and help develop economic opportunities for our state and nation. Future job opportunities will require that a candidate be at least a high school graduate with technical skills, preferably with an additional two-year or four-year college degree. FCPS offers its high school students opportunities to acquire knowledge and marketable skills through innovative programs at three locations.
Visit their websites or contact the principals for more information:
- Eastside Technical Center; Brian Miller, 381-3740
- Locust Trace AgriScience Center; Catherine Vannatter, 381-3990
- Southside Technical Center; Daryn Morris, 381-3603
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