An opportunity to learn skills to succeed in the expanding energy efficiency industry is now available to Delaware high school students. This fall, the state added manufacturing, energy efficiency as the newest track offered in the Pathways to Prosperity program. Established in 2014, the program matches students with local companies where participants get the hands-on experience needed to land a job in several growing industries.

This program is in-line with the Postsecondary Success recommendations found in Student Success 2025.

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