CASPER, Wyo. — The Natrona County School District said on Monday that 36 high school students worked throughout the first semester of the 2020-2021 school year to meet OSHA 10 Construction training requirements.
The students were enrolled in a Core Construction class at Pathways Innovation Center and recently earned their OSHA 10-Hour Construction cards, according to NCSD.
“We are thrilled for the terrific success of these students and congratulate them on their accomplishment in obtaining these certifications,” NCSD Public Relations Director Tanya Southerland said. “We are incredibly excited to see their continued success throughout the remainder of the academic year and as they prepare for their next steps after graduation.”
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Pathways Innovation Center offers high school students across the district to earn industry certifications and helps prepare them for possible careers in construction and other fields.
“Pathways courses of study include college–preparatory curriculum, industry certifications, portfolio development, and internships. P.I.C. offers advanced and professional coursework in the 11th and 12th grades, which build on introductory experiences,” NCSD says. “Experiences are aligned to student interests, which fulfill community needs.”