Ever Wonder What Your Child Will Do Someday For A Living?

by | Feb 16, 2017 | Business, City News, County News, Cullman, Cullman City, People, Students

Ever Wonder What Your Child Will Do Someday For A Living

Every parent thinks about the future of their child.

This happens not just while they advance through their school years, but off into adulthood when they will be expected to have jobs, careers and ultimately support themselves financially, emotionally and otherwise.

The classic 4-year liberal arts university education is simply not for everyone. Being stuck in a low-end, non-career focused service job with only a standard high school diploma is not for everyone either.

Up until only recently, the that huge gap between a GED and a full University education has left many students and young people with limited options for further education leading to stable employment and lucrative wage earning careers.

Ever Wonder What Your Child Will Do Someday For A Living

The Cullman Area Technology Academy (CATA) is changing all that by offering an ever increasing, improving, and a truly incredible array of employment and educational opportunities available to Cullman area students!

The Cullman Area Technology Academy would like you stop wondering about your child’s adult career future, and empower yourself as a parent AND your school age child to take control of the future and explore educational options that will provide a both a lifelong skill and meaningful, solid income career … not just a GED or diploma.

TODAY on Thursday, February 16 from 5 to 7 pm, CATA will be opening their doors wide to parents and student. They are offering a hands-on, 360-degree open house.

Ever Wonder What Your Child Will Do Someday For A Living

This is a golden opportunity for you to gain a hands-on understanding of how you can insure a very bright future for your someday adult children.

CATA will be serving light refreshments, providing campus tours, and giving out practical information on their Career/Technical Education opportunities including Fast Track for Industry representatives, Virtual School personnel, CATA program instructors as well as current students who can demonstrate and speak about all the various programs in real-world, plain speaking language.

CATA course offerings are available to ALL students enrolled in Cullman County and Cullman City Schools.

Every Wonder What Your Child Will Do Someday For A Living

Ever Wonder What Your Child Will Do Someday For A Living

The Cullman Area Technology Academy has a great relationship with Wallace State Community College and the Cullman-area Business/Industry community. Those partnerships open doors of opportunity for students participating in CATA programs.

Again, the Open House is Thursday, February 16 from 5 to 7 pm at:

Cullman Area Technology Academy
17640 US Highway 31 North
Cullman, AL 35058
256-734-7740

Ever Wonder What Your Child Will Do Someday For A Living
Every Wonder What Your Child Will Do Someday For A Living
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