The Transportation career cluster pathway enlists occupations that support the distribution and logistics of moving people and goods from one location to another. This is of course essential to the health and well being of today’s economy where products, services, and workers must move from place to place rapidly and reliably.
The Public Safety career cluster highlights occupations that have been in existence for many years, as well as recently developed careers which have stemmed from the need to protect our homeland from attack. Professions which enforce the law, prosecute offenders, run correctional facilities, and protect the public will always be necessary to maintain a secure and safe society.
The Information Technology career cluster reflects our unprecedented need to access information in a timely manner. Today information technology streams from the financial databases of Wall Street, the computers of travel agents, and the secret servers of the U.S. military, making it clear that these professions will always play a necessary role in modern society.
The Human Services career cluster is dedicated to assisting and helping people lead more fulfilling, productive, and happy lives. Professions in this cluster address the physical, intellectual, and emotional needs of people who are in need of assistance with services such as social wellness, health and fitness, beauty, and general everyday care.
Association for Career and Technical Education
Southern Regional Education Board High Schools That Work
National Center for Education Statistics CTES: Career and Technical Education Statistics
Missouri Center for Career Education
Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) Career Education
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