FBLA

FBLA

Forbes recently named Mobile's projected growth at 34%, the largest among metropolitan areas of any size. that means that an educated, skilled labor force will be in great demand. Research show that among high school graduates entering the workforce, those with a technical education background earn more than those without this advantage. Currently, one out of every two high school students in Alabama participates in a career/technical education program. These students have an opportunity to explore their career options in more than 215 courses, earn advanced diplomas, and receive college credit. According to the Association for Career and Technical Education, research shows that many of the country's fastest-growing occupations require the technical, communication, time management, and leadership skill taught in America's career/technical education programs. To learn more about Career and Technical Education classes in accounting, business, computers, design, drafting, fashion, food, health, nursing, or co-op, contact the faculty member listed below:

Ms. S. Dubose, Business/Marketing

Contact:

Sabrina Dubose
Phone: (251) 221-3351 ext. 71530
Email:

Felice Howard
Phone: (251) 221-3351
Email:

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