Construction Careers Pathway with College Credits
The Pathways in Technology Early College High School (PTECH) program is an innovative partnership between the Adams 14 School District, Front Range Community College, the Construction Education Foundation (CEF), and the Associated General Contractors of Colorado (AGC-C).
Students graduate with a high school diploma, construction industry credentials, and an associates degree – in addition to gaining relevant workplace skills – all at no cost to the student.
STUDENTS & PARENTS:
For more information on the Adams 14 PTECH program call 303-289-3111 or visit adamscityhigh.adams14.net
More than 7.2 million Americans are employed in the construction trades
45,000 new skilled trades workers are needed in Colorado by 2027 – 25% growth rate
Apprenticeship and certificate opportunities to earn while you learn with no student loan debt
The average median annual industry salary in Colorado is $61,559 plus benefits
Porter Cutrell, Ed D. – Adams 14 Director of Career Technical Education