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Mike Rowe:  

“Students graduating from high school today will be shaping the economic destiny of our country. Our graduates will be entering an increasingly complex and globally competitive workplace environment. That is why it is so important for today’s young adults to leave high school with technical skills and positive workplace attitudes. They need to experience their future careers while still in high school. In our programs, we promote lifelong learning and the value of education. Our students leave high school well-prepared for their futures.”

Jon Groth
Director of Career and Technical Education Porter County Education Services

"If you love what you do you will never work another day of your life!"
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Porter County Career and Technical Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion,
gender, national origin, age, or individuals with disabilities, including limited English proficiency.