Why Give?

Today's employers seek workers with the knowledge and skills to succeed.

Career colleges play an important role in education and training of our workforce. They provide programs in hundreds of today's most in-demand occupational fields, including accounting, allied medical, business administration, information technology, legal administration, network administration and nursing. 

Nationwide, career colleges educate more than 2 million students each year - nearly 10% of all postsecondary students. Many career colleges also have business advisory councils that help develop curricula and programs to meet employers' shifting needs.

Why support career college students through a gift to CWTSF? They need your help. Consider:

By making a gift to the Career and Workforce Training Scholarship Fund, you can play an important role in helping students in El Paso and other parts of Texas and New Mexico reach the heights of their abilities.

We appreciate each and every gift. All gifts, regardless of size, make a difference.

Give today.

(Data from U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics and the ACICS.)
Career colleges offer a new start - students are often adults looking to achieve the American Dream by obtaining an education directly related to their career goals.
Most students juggle tough outside demands, including full-time jobs and raising families, while completing their education.
Most students would not be able to attend their college without some sort of financial assistance.
Nearly half of career college students are the first generation in their families to pursue higher education.
Forty-three percent are minorities.
Career colleges prime students for successful careers. The 2008 placement rates for students graduating from accredited career colleges ranged from 65 percent to 76 percent of graduates, depending on the certificate or degree earned.
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