• New York City CTE students graduate at a higher rate than non-CTE. Benefits to high-risk students such as Black and Latino males are even higher. (Community Service Society of NY, 2014).
  • CTE Summer Scholars combines classroom and workplace training; such programs are 30% more likely to lead to positive employment outcomes. (International Labour Office, Geneva, 2011).
  • Young people stand to increase their earnings an average of $22,000 per person in the next 10 years if they establish steady employment in their teens and 20s. (Center for American Progress, 2013).