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

About Schools That Can

Schools That Can builds an education to employment pathway through career readiness programming that’s culturally relevant, youth-centered, and prioritizes real-world experiences and connections.
We believe every student should have access to career-focused feedback and mentoring, exposure to a broader set of postsecondary success options, support in building a career portfolio with real-world value, and career development that centers youth.

Signature Programs

STEM Career Skills

About STEM Career Skills

The STEM Career Skills Course increases student awareness of STEM career paths, with college credits and industry badges. Learn more.

Career Readiness

About Career Skills

Career Readiness is one-of-a-kind, 125 hour curriculum for high school students designed to prepare them for the world of work and post-secondary success. Learn more.

Scholars At Work

About Scholars At Work

Scholars At Work is an innovative way to provide access to work-based learning experiences with industry professionals for students. Learn more.

Design Challenge

About Design Challenge

Design Challenge brings together teams of middle or high school students to engage in design thinking challenges to solve local community problems. Learn more.

STC Ed Chats

About STC Ed Chats

Our Thought Leadership Series, now Ed Chats, brings together leading thinkers in education and workforce experts for virtual conversations. ED Chats also features student and educator panels. Learn more. 

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Why an Education to Employment (e2e) Pathway®?


of students have no experience or knowledge of job search tools, according to STC student surveys.


of students have never participated in a job interview, according to STC student surveys.


of students say they have no clear plan after high school, according to STC student surveys.