Preparing today’s youth for tomorrow’s jobs starts by bridging the skills gap.

THE CHALLENGE

There is a common misconception being held that if you don’t go to college you aren’t going to be successful, but that misconception couldn’t be further from the truth. In today’s highly technical and service-related market, workers are judged more on their skills then their degrees. With the national average of student debt pushing towards 1.4 trillion and the need for skilled workers increasing over the next decade the career path into a new-collar job is now.

High School Students

High School Ready to Work Students and Graduates have a future in the world of work and that future is bright. Learn more about how Ready to Work is equipping the workforce of tomorrow with tangible skills.

High School Educators

High School Educators understand that education isn’t only about college or work. It’s about life skills. Learn more about how Ready to Work partners with educators to prepare High School seniors for success.

employers

Employer partners are vital to the success of the High School Ready-To-Work Program. Learn more about how employers are partnering with us to create industry driven training design to equip the workforce of the future.

Community Partners

Ready to Work community partners come from industry, education, government and the communities we serve. Learn more about how together we are developing the workforce and leaders of the future.

Throughout our program year, RTW curates a variety of events that cater to our employers, community partner, educators and students.