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New Skills, Bright Futures at Destinations Career Academy of Wisconsin

“Studies have shown that by 2020, two out of three jobs will require some postsecondary education or training and that job-related skills can dramatically increase employment options for new graduates,” shares CEO of K12 Inc. Stuart J. Udell. Many of these jobs are in fields that do not necessarily require a college degree. With so many more students going to college, there is more competition than ever to get these jobs.

So how to get an edge over these students and prepare those that may not be college bound for the working world?