Ample hotel career opportunities, both regionally and internationally, await students in areas like event planning, front desk management, and more. These skills translate well to other career paths in sports event management, concert planning, and other entertainment-related experiences.
Tre Malik, a 2016 graduate of North Tech’s Cisco Networking Academy, has some serious goals. While other recent high school grads are still determining their major, this young man is designing a future that will ensure he earns a six-figure salary by the time he is 25…and he’s already halfway there.
Three North Tech graduates have been hired into the St. Louis County Police Department’s Cadet program. The program is designed to introduce young people who are interested in pursuing careers in policing to the profession while paying them to work shifts for the department.
Until their high school graduation in May, our students are taking two (some three) courses at Flo-Valley during mornings a few days each week, then returning to North Tech for their CTE program in the afternoons.
As the demand for skilled trade workers in advanced manufacturing and construction continues to rise, we are proud to have regional companies like Clayco look to our schools to help them foster engaged, prepared, and highly trained future employees among our students.
All Ameren plant employees begin as laborers earning approximately $17 an hour. With overtime, Bazzle and Rowe will earn around $55,000 in their first year with the utility provider.
North Tech is proud of all of its competitors and SkillsUSA members and recognizes their outstanding drive for excellence.