Building Your Path

How Do Non-college-bound Students Get Credentialed?

We’ve said it before, but we think it is worth reiterating that students have more post-secondary options than ever. Credentialing students can take place at a traditional 4-year college or community college, an apprenticeship, the military, a coding bootcamp, or in the workforce. Most credentialed students go through a 4-year college. According to The National

Building a Middle-Skill Pipeline with CTE and WBL Students

Middle-skill jobs being created each year currently outpaces the number of qualified adults that can fill them, according to the United States Department of Education.  These middle-skill jobs are ones that require more than a high school diploma, but less than a bachelor’s degree. The demand for employees with middle-skills is high and not going

How to Remove Career and Technical Education Stigma

Career and technical education stigma continue to persist despite the success of those who participate. Why?

4 Reasons Why Career Assessments Need to do More Than Just Match Students to Colleges and Careers

Career assessments have not changed much in 100 years. We've listed 4 reasons why they need to do more than match students to colleges and careers.

3 Problems Facing CTE and How Pathfinding Can Solve Them

CTE is broadly available, it yields higher salaries, and students can earn college credit. So why aren't more students participating?