Do you enjoy working with your hands?
Are you good at analyzing problems and figuring out solutions?
Do you want to learn about how goods and people are transported to locations safely and efficiently?
Programs in the Transportation cluster prepare you for success in careers involved in the planning, management and movement of people, materials and products by road, air, rail and water, while you take core classes to prepare you to study transportation in college.
Careers To Consider
With Professional Certification/Degree or more:
- Automotive Service Technician: $23,700 – $50,140
- Logistics Manager: $45,793 – $87,894
- Diesel Engine Specialist: $34,030 – $55,790
With a High School Diploma:
- Non-Emergency Dispatcher: $28,140 – $50,970
- Production and Planning Clerks: $29,270 – $53,840
- Logistics Associate: $16,751 – $24,292