Career and Technical Education News
Skilled workers: The backbone of our communities and our economy
August 3, 2018
Throughout our daily lives, we depend on the skills and services of others. From bookkeepers, nursing aides and security personnel, to welders, small-engine repair and heavy-equipment mechanics, Alaska thrives when there is a dedicated workforce that serves our communities. You may be surprised to learn that these jobs require some form of post-secondary training, which can be earned through the University of Alaska now at a reduced tuition rate. Read more from this article.
Career and Technical Education Start Here - University of Alaska
Beginning fall semester 2018, UA will reduce tuition rates by 25 percent in selected Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. The reduced tuition will apply to 50 programs and 305 courses at UAA, UAF and UAS. The tuition reduction of 25 percent will be applied on a course-by-course basis.Read more about this.
University of Alaska to reduce tuition on selected career and technical education cources
April 5, 2018
Beginning this fall, the University of Alaska will reduce tuition by 25 percent on 300 career and technical education (CTE) courses in 50 occupational endorsement programs at the University of Alaska Anchorage, University of Alaska Fairbanks and University of Alaska Southeast, including community campuses. These programs develop skilled workers who fill crucial positions in Alaska communities. Eligible programs range from pharmacy technology to welding and mine mechanics. Many programs can be completed entirely online to accommodate the needs of working Alaskans. Read more from this article.