Students, Parents & Educators
A far cry from just a generation ago, today’s Skilled Trades offer an array of opportunities that challenge both mind and body. And not only in traditional fields, like construction and advanced manufacturing, but also in new and emerging fields, including healthcare and information technology.
Career. It’s a pretty daunting word, especially when you’re being asked to decide something that could affect much of your working life. For many, Skilled Trades often provide a faster and more affordable path to employment than a four-year degree.
6th - 12th Grade Students
Beyond what you learn in the classroom, you might also be discovering your own interests and passions. Do you like technology? Working with others? Making good money? A career in Skilled Trades could be just the thing for you.
Parents & Educators
What’s best for our kids? When it comes to careers, one path does not fit all. While many will pursue a four-year degree, others may be better suited for something else. Something different. Something like today’s Skilled Trades.
- Career and Technical Education (for educators)
- Learn About Apprenticeships and Work Based Learning Opportunities
Exploration Camps and Programs in Michigan
- Impression 5 Science Center
- Michigan Science Center
- Tech Transport bus
- Information Technology Empowerment Center
Learning and Exploring websites
Skilled Trades positions that are available at Pure Michigan Talent Connect with their salary ranges and educational requirements.
Tom Daldin talks to children about early curiosities and Skilled Trade jobs in Michigan.
Educational institutions that offer Skilled Trades training and programs.