Student Industry Certification

Tool Kit

Myths and Facts

Student Industry Certification Guidance

2017-18 Promoted Student Industry Certifications

Funding Table

Industry Certification

Industry certifications (IC) are earned through secondary and postsecondary career and technical education programs and courses. High school students are encouraged to focus their elective credits on robust, career-aligned learning pathways. Robust learning pathways should culminate with the achievement of nationally recognized industry certifications, meaningful work based learning experiences, and/or attainment of postsecondary credit hours through early postsecondary opportunities. As it pertains to industry certifications, all department-promoted certifications are aligned with postsecondary and employment opportunities and with the competencies and skills that students should have acquired through their chosen programs of study.

Resources for Students and Parents

10 Ways to Prepare Kids for Life After High School

Resources for Schools

Career & Technical Education Overview

Professional Development for CTE Teachers