The Career Path Less Taken
Against the backdrop of Ohio's looming skills gap, The Career Path Less Taken travels across the state to innovative career-tech education programs (CTE) that are preparing young people for the jobs of tomorrow. The Career Path Less Taken challenges traditional notions of success by demonstrating that there are many pathways to skilled jobs that do not require a four-year college degree.
The Career Path Less Taken is a half-hour documentary co-presented by Ohio's public television stations – ideastream, WOSU Public Media, and CET – as a part of American Graduate: Getting to Work. The three stations are partnering to produce content focused on the changing workplace and the educational pathways to skilled jobs.
Learn more about the documentary here.
Watch on WVIZ/PBS ideastream on Thursday, September 5 at 8pm or anytime online.
Share the documentary with your local community with our Screening Toolkit & Discussion Guide. Anyone can host an event and be prepared to facilitate a conversation about the topics included.
The Career Path Less Taken will offer clear explanations of intricate data, along with insights from experts in the fields of education, economics, workforce development, and high-growth industries facing labor shortages who are striving to better align Ohio’s education system with the needs of its workforce and economy. Read more here.