Tempe Union High School District aims to connect schools with businesses to give students an up-close preview of the job market and how the knowledge, problem solving and relationship skills they learn in school apply in the workplace. The Career and Technical Education programs offered at TUHSD are an example of how students develop career and academic potential for workforce success and continuous learning. Whether it’s through job shadowing, internships or career exploration days, businesses are invited to [IN]CORPORATE in the education and training of tomorrow's workforce.
Tempe Union High School District [IN]VITES businesses, large and small, to participate so they can proudly say “I'M [IN]CORPORATED in the future of Tempe Union”. The more business and education work together, the better each of our needs become known and we can [IN]VEST in the future of our community.
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