Worcester Technical High School
Worcester Technical High School offers students in grades 9 – 12 the opportunity to pursue a certificate in a career field as well as academic preparation for college. The school features 9 program clusters modeled to prepare a diverse workforce for entry into the LESMD economy. In addition, its STEM Academy begins preparing in-coming 9th grade students for post-secondary education leading to STEM-related career fields.
The Worcester STATT Internship and Workforce Exploration Program (WSTATT) is a work-based learning experience that will provide high school students and recent graduates from Worcester County an opportunity to explore Skill Trades, Agriculture, Technology (STEM) or Tourism related careers via paid in- and out-of-school internships, co-sponsored by Worcester County and the Tri-County Council.
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Regional Programs & Courses
The Hospitality and Tourism Management program is designed to prepare students for entry into the largest industries in Worcester County. This program track provides students with broad-based learning on the tasks, knowledge, and skills required by anyone wishing to build a career within the hospitality and tourism industry. Students learn foundational skills in customer satisfaction, marketing, cost analysis, and roles within the industry. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates can enter their college career and Wor-Wic Community College with 6 credits.Economic Engine – Tourism and Conventions