Leading a university or college is a long climb, and there isn’t a set way to reach the top.
The diesel technicians at New Castle School of Trades learn engine rebuilds, heavy equipment, powertrain and also field service.
Your health is important, so it’s a good thing there is a lot involved for surgeons to get to the point where they’re performing operations.
Cars today — with their 21st-century digital features — look very different than they did 20 to 30 years ago.
Welders help design, engineer, build and troubleshoot complex manufacturing solutions.
The community college has 14 booths that prepare workers for any manufacturing or construction related welding.
Training is the key to becoming a police officer, because a big part of the job is patrolling neighborhoods to keep them safe.
The two technology programs are particularly popular and growing at the Warren campus.
MCCTC’s machine shop program is nothing new, but the program is now very cutting-edge and hands-on.
The industry anticipates 118,000 technicians will be needed in the next 18 years due to a shortage and aging workforce.
If you can fix problems on the computer when there is an error, the IT field could be for you.
The field of optometry is growing because the population is aging.
The museum’s director said the job requires someone who has a lot of energy.
There are a few things to consider before making the jump from classroom to principal’s office.
Along with a vast knowledge of exercise, personal trainers must also know about nutrition.
There is a greater focus on a holistic approach to treating pain, now that the CDC recommends against using opioid pain medicines.
Education is important for children, but the first job involves getting them to school on time and safely.
Training is needed to prevent accidents from happening in the pool.
There are many opportunities for someone who wants to work as a cook, including jobs at places like Shepherd of the Valley.
Emily Roach, a dietary aide, talked about her role and how caring about people is the number-one priority.
Mark Milone, a third-generation electrician, said the job is challenging, yet rewarding.
What makes teaching so enjoyable for the instructors is the reward that comes when they see the kids learning.