Career and Technical Education

OLD FORGE, Aug. 29 – Meeting the needs of the state’s economy includes funding career and technical education that can respond to the ever-changing needs of emerging business and technology. The House Majority Policy Committee explored the growing demand for career and technical education, which has a built-in pipeline to foster students from the classroom to the workforce. 

  • Hosts: Rep. Jim Haddock (D-Lackawanna)
  • Testifiers:
    • Erin Keating- Superintendent, Old Forge School District
    • Dr. Anthony Guariglia- Administrative Director, Wilkes-Barre Area Career & Technical Education
    • Dan Kuba- Deputy Secretary for Workforce Development, PA Department of Labor and Industry
    • Warren Faust, International Organizer SMART Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers International President, Northeast Pennsylvania Building & Construction Trade Council

Agenda + Testimony

Media Release + News Coverage