School Provides a Different Vocational ModelSeptember 21, 2017 |
by Jane S. Shaw
A Pennsylvania postsecondary institution provides male students a vocational education free of charge.
Each year, approximately 75 young men graduate from the Williamson College of the Trades, a three-year postsecondary school in Media, Pennsylvania. Each has earned either a diploma for a craft or a specialized associate’s degree in a field such as construction technology or machine tool technology. They graduate without debt, not having had to pay for tuition, room and board, or textbooks.