Are you interested in building and sustaining beneficial partnerships with DHS-CTC?

Benefits for Business & Community Partners:

Fosters networking opportunities that build and enhance partnerships

Develops future employees/Reduces recruitment and training costs  

Creates positive community and public relations/recognition for business 

Provides businesses with a skilled/trained workforce  

Improves current employees morale and management skills  

Increases community involvement in the education of students

Benefits for Students

Improves students’ academic achievement, involvement and motivation 

Allows students to apply knowledge in a meaningful way 

Allows students to explore career options 

Increases students self-efficacy and self-confidence 

Helps students acquire real workplace experience and work skills

Benefits for Schools

Improves student academic achievement  

Improves student involvement and motivation  

Improves relationship with the community 

Develops soft skills

Business/education partnerships are “educators and businesses working together toward a shared goal designed to benefit students while at the same time achieving goals unique to each partner” Pawlowski and Katz (2014)