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Pathways to Prosperity series at-a-glance

October 7, 2018

Pathways to Prosperity series at-a-glance

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Plain Dealer reporters Patrick O’Donnell and Olivera Perkins are examining “Pathways to Prosperity” in northeast Ohio. The series is based around ways in which schools, businesses and organizations are or aren’t preparing students to make a living wage in today’s regional economy.

In case you missed any part of the Pathways to Prosperity series so far, you can read them all here on the Pathways index page.

Overview:

Bridging NE Ohio’s costly job-skills gap

Upcoming stories

Business:

These in-demand, good-paying jobs don’t require a degree

NE Ohio hospitals give early introduction to careers in healthcare

In-demand IT jobs don’t always require a college degree

Short on skilled workers, employers offer training, chance to grow

Talan Products supports young workers with training, mentors

Education:

Bio-Med Science Academy trains teens for high-paying careers

Cleveland Codes is hacking away at job-skills gap

Tech Elevator helps students prepare for new economy

Soaring college costs force new strategies

Today’s vocational schools bust stereotypes, offer better college, career options

‘Academies’ mix college, career lessons for every student

If you’d like to reach either reporter, email them at:

Patrick O’Donnell: PaODonnell@plaind.com

Olivera Perkins: OPerkins@plaind.com

-- Also contributing to this series are Plain Dealer reporters Ginger Christ and Julie Washington.

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