The Core Plus Aerospace curriculum is used by more than 50 high schools and skills centers across the state. More and more Washington students are being prepared for careers through hands-on learning.
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Core Plus Aerospace by
Students enrolled in Core Plus Aerospace
high schools and
265,000manufacturing jobs in Washington, with an average annual compensation of $96,000*
50+Core Plus Aerospace graduates hired into full-time positions at Boeing in 2021
8 new Core Plus Aerospace partner programs added for the 2021-22 school year
students have participated in the Core Plus Aerospace summer internship since 2015
COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES BUILDING ON THE SKILLS STUDENTS LEARN IN CORE PLUS AEROSPACE
20 partner community
and technical colleges
Key Technology in Walla Walla is eager to hire people with manufacturing skills. A partnership with SEATech Skills Center and local schools is something they’d like to grow to help fill open positions.
Tabitha is making her dream a reality as a Running Start student studying mechatronics at a career and technical college.
Learn how Community and Technical Colleges help students build skills and prepare for careers.