Our Issue is Skills Training
When we talk about skills training, we mean any education or training that prepares people for jobs that require a credential past high school, but not a bachelor's degree. This includes career and technical education at community colleges, apprenticeships and work-based learning on job sites, job training at community organizations, and more.
The people who do jobs that require skills training build our roads and bridges, care for us when we are sick, move food and essential goods across the country, keep our utilities running, and so much more. And the businesses that hire them create jobs in our communities and grow local economies.