Friday, December 28, 2012

College Instructors Helping High School Students
A Sullivan County high school will offer Tennesseeís first dual enrollment program for a vocational subject. Itís a pilot program where a Northeast State Community College instructor will teach Sullivan Central High School students welding for college credit. Itís understood now that some students are just not interested in going to college. They want to graduate from high school and start earning a living and this new program is a way for students to get started on a career. The U.S. Department of Labor says that the welding trade is expected to grow 15 percent by 2020 with a median income of over 35-thousand dollars a year. (bg)

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