Did you know that certified automotive technicians can make $100,000 per year, executive chefs can earn $84,000 annually, and that it's not uncommon for some Web site designers to earn $78,000 per year? Where do students learn the skills and gain the valuable hands-on experience required for these and many other high-paying professions? The answer is simply, "in any of Alabama's career/technical education programs."
Alabama Career and Technical Education (CTE) is a statewide program designed to prepare students for college and a variety of career opportunities in the fields of Agriscience, Business/Marketing, Family and Consumer Sciences, Health Science, and Technical Education. This is accomplished by providing hands-on experience, internships, apprenticeships, and cooperative education.
Parents, plan your child's future with our Education and Career Planner!
Alabama Career Information Network - Parent Corner
Parents can learn about colleges, careers, the education and training for careers, the cost of education beyond high school, and financial aid.
Go Build Alabama
This website was created by the Alabama Construction Recruitment Institute, the Go Build campaign is designed to educate young people on the value of learning a trade, dispel their misconceptions about the construction industry and inspire them to consider building a career as a skilled construction tradesman.