Trade Schools provide purpose Providing lower and middle class individuals OPPORTUNITIES to become positive contributing members of society while earning education.

The future beyond high school is exciting for seniors.

Going through a trade school does not diminish the intelligence of the individual.

You do not have to earn a degree from a four year institution to achieve a successful job.

This country was built by blue collar workers.

These blue collar like jobs are in high demand.

Trade schools are not marketed nor promoted as they should be.

Trade schools are a faster alternative versus a four year college to obtain a great education.

Students have the opportunity to earn high demand jobs.

Students from lower and middle class families often do not have the financial means to attend four year colleges.
Trade school offers a cheaper alternative versus a four year college.

Providing for one's family is all that matters at the end of the day.

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Created with images by A Little Bit of Stone - "Versaleaf" • NEC Corporation of America - "Education - Creative Commons" • jarmoluk - "electrician electric electricity" • Taken - "wire cables electric" • Kheel Center, Cornell University Library - "Midvale Company employee inspecting bar steel, October 1930" • pashminu - "worker industrial machines" • voltamax - "industrial security logistic" • University of the Fraser Valley - "05-03-13 plumbing 10" • WorldSkills UK - "Plumbing" • Dave Hogg - "No Appliances Here" • ann_jutatip - "child 3" • geralt - "burnout exhausted alone" • TBIT - "dollar bank note money" • dbjules - "1p5"

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