• Porter County Career and Technical Education

    "Students graduating from High School today will be shaping the economic destiny of our country. Our graduates will be entering an increasingly complex and globally competitive workplace environment. That is why it is so important for today's young adults to leave high school with technical skills and positive workplace attitudes. The need to experience their future careers will still in high school. In our programs, we promote lifelong learning and the value of education. Our students leave high school well-prepared for their futures." - Jon Groth (Director of Career and Technical Education Porter County Education Services)

    Porter County Career and Technical Education Video

    Interested in learning more?  Please visit http://pccte.org/

    "If you love what you do you will never work another day in your life!"

    Porter County Career Center is a certified State Earn and Learn (SEAL) program!  Read more here.


Porter County Career and Technical Education (CTE)/Vocational Opportunities Through Hobart University!

  • Did you know????

    You’ve heard about Hobart University… but did you know that Hobart University includes vocational trades?

    High school students attended presentations by our Ivy Tech and Porter County Career Center partners. During these presentations, they have learned about opportunities to earn college credit AND/OR earn technical certifications that they can use immediately after completing high school. 

    Did you know about our Energy program? It’s actually Ivy Tech’s Energy program, and it is in partnership with NIPSCO and it begins right here at Hobart High School. Students who start this program in 10th grade will complete it by the end of 12th grade and are guaranteed an interview with NIPSCO. Jobs in this field are moving toward renewable energy, so it’s not “just” about power lines, although if students are interested in that part, we have that too! Ask your kids about the salary. I am certain they will remember it.

    We also offer a Medical Assistant program that prepares students to work in the field as a Medical Assistant at the end of the summer after their senior year.
    What else do we have through our great partnerships? Diesel, automotive, robotics, cosmetology, just to name a few. 

    Does your child want to enter the workforce immediately after completing high school? No problem. Interested in the trades? We have direct links to local unions and can assist your child in whichever way he/she wants to go. The possibilities are endless and we talk to your kids about all of them. 

    Students in grades 9-11 have also participated in the Taste of HU, which is a “fair” highlighting all of the dual credit and technical certification opportunities that we have.

    Whether students want to start a career immediately after completing high school or attend a post-secondary school, we can help them with a head start.

HHS's "Careers In The Trades" Newsletter

  • Did you know...

    That every month a new "Careers In The Trades" newsletter is created? Click on the Smore newsletter below to see career opportunities available right now for our Brickies! Take advantage of experiences that are offered to you and continue to grow into a successful Brickie!

    So what?

    It's more important than ever for you to make sure you have options for what skills you develop and what credentials you earn so that you are marketable.

    What will it take for you to be successful?

    The successful worker is one who is up-to-date on trends in their industry and who is always learning and refining skills and abilities.

    What can you do now to prepare for the future?

    By taking dual credit classes while in high school and working to earn a certificate, technical certificate, or associate degree - you can save a lot of time and money while working towards finding and keeping your dream job. Talk to your counselor and see what HU can do for you!

    Check out our monthly "Career's In The Trades" here! 

    HHS Apprenticeship Guide