Schools That Can builds an education to employment pathway that closes the opportunity and skills gap.

About STC

STC bridges the gap between education and employment by bringing the world of work into the classroom. All our programs are free, and designed to be flexible based on school needs. Our programs build into your school day and student needs, building opportunities for students and teachers to engage in responsive programming.

Design Challenge

About Design Challenge

Design Challenge brings together teams of students to engage in design thinking challenges to solve local community problems.

Career Skills

About Career Skills

Career Skills introduces students to opportunities and skills in high-demand fields, including cybersecurity and advanced manufacturing.

e2e Bridge

About e2e Bridge

e2e Bridge is a customizable set of workshops with weekly programming, with a STC-provided curriculum co-taught by STC staff.

Career Pathways

About Career Pathways

Career Pathways involves STC working closely with school administrators and teachers to support a school’s career and technical education program.

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Why an Education to Employment (e2e) Pathway®?

97%

of Americans think students need real-world skills to succeed beyond school

45%

of high school graduates feel unprepared for post-secondary pathways

46%

of families prefer other post-secondary options to 4-year colleges.

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What We Believe

In a rapidly changing world, the future of education is uncertain. How can schools help students keep up?

We need schools that can engage students and open up pathways to post-secondary success.

We need schools that can develop teachers to look beyond school walls and bring the real world into the classroom.

We need schools that connect students with opportunities for social capital and employers to create opportunity and equity. 

We need schools that can build education to employment pathways that close the opportunity and skills gap.

We need Schools That Can.