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Youth Retention Initiative webinar emphasizes inclusive narratives, collaboration

Ensuring all New Hampshire young people find meaningful postsecondary pathways starts with adopting inclusive language, Reaching Higher’s Nicole Heimarck explained during an April 12...

CTE legislation promotes access through calendar alignment, embedded credits

CTE leaders helped shape bill's content On Wednesday, February 9, lawmakers are scheduled to vote on a bill that aims to expand Career and Technical...

At the crossroads of college and career: Community college events showcase...

Gathered in the avocado-colored Innovation Lab at NHTI, state officials, business representatives, and community members tapped on their cell phones to answer the question...

Welding contest highlights a red-hot career pathway

Like many young people approaching high school, Addison Kady wasn’t sure what he wanted to do with his life, but he knew what he...

Concrete Makeovers: Portsmouth CTE students design planters to beautify outdoor dining

It’s not every day that the problem you face is a literal barrier. Like, an actual concrete Jersey barrier. But that’s exactly the size...

Paving new pathways

Changes and challenges lie ahead for college and career readiness Part Two of a Two-Part Series To guide students onto viable career pathways, an increasing number...

Choosing their own adventures

With more options than ever and new challenges ahead, students need clear, personalized guidance as they explore career pathways Part One of a Two-Part Series Veteran...

Governor’s proposed budget defunds STEM scholarships, which have fueled rapid growth...

The Governor’s Dual and Concurrent Enrollment STEM Scholarship Program, which has promoted substantial growth in STEM courses across New Hampshire’s high schools, has been...

Career roadblocks: School closures disrupt students’ pathways to professions

Plymouth State University student Kassidy Silva had just begun her junior-year practicum at Franklin Middle School when the first cases of coronavirus were diagnosed...

4 Things to Know about the “Drive to 65” Act

A bipartisan effort to move the state closer to college and career readiness goals passed the House on May 2, 2019 and is one...