“The Career & Technical Education (CTE) clubs that incorporate career-connected learning have given me a picture of what I need to do to get where I want to be and connected me with people in the community that can help me meet my goals….

“I’m interested in pursuing a career in corporate law and connecting with college admissions representatives and ambassadors helped me to understand the undergrad degree I should seek.

“Career-connected learning has given me the opportunity to explore both business and legal fields. The Wenatchee High School Mock Trial team has linked me to members of the legal community. Being surrounded by fellow driven students that value their futures and career possibilities is another benefit of career-connected learning.”

Kody Richards is a sophomore at Wenatchee High School and has a passion for Career and Technical Education and related student leadership organizations.

Full article

Recent News

Now Open: Outreach & Communications RFP

On behalf of Career Connect Washington (CCW), the Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) is conducting a request for proposals to secure a company that can support CCW's outreach and communications efforts. CCW would like to partner with [...]

Eighth Round of CCW Intermediary Grantees Selected

We're excited to announce the eighth round of Career Connect Washington program builder (intermediary) grantees, which bridge the connection between industry and educators to create and scale Career Launch, Registered Apprenticeship, Career Prep, Recognized [...]