MINNEOPOLIS, Minn. (PRWEB) January 23, 2017
10 Best Trade is pleased to present the winners of its Best Trade School awards for January 2017, selecting University of Minnesota at Twin Cities as the leader in this category.
One of the best ways for a person to ensure that they are able to land a good full-time job is to go to a trade or vocational school. Trade and vocational schools provide the direct education and experience to help someone get a job immediately after graduation in a field that is high in demand. Since there are many schools to choose from, picking the right one can be difficult. Fortunately, 10 Best Trade ranks the top vocational and trade schools every month.
This ranking, which can be used to find the best trade school in a certain area, evaluates the schools on a variety of criteria. The assessment focuses on the quality of education, the employment rate following graduation, and the long-term job outlook for graduates.
The top vocational college selected in the January 2017 rankings was the University of Minnesota. While the University of Minnesota may be best known for its four-year college, their Twin Cities location also provides excellent vocational training and education. Being a top trade school, the University of Minnesota offers a range of different degree programs that can help a person enter a growing industry.
The second-ranked leading vocational college is Lincoln Tech, which is based out of New York. This school, which has been in operation for over 70 years, has campuses located all over the country. It has a wide range of educational options in the manufacturing, healthcare, IT, cosmetology, business, and culinary arts industries. This school is also considered to be one of the more affordable institutions and also provides its students with a number of different financial aid options.
The Stanford Career Institute, based out of Vermont, is another popular and well-rated school to grace the list of top vocational colleges. The company operates several campuses across the country, but also has a wide range of distance learning options that can help someone earn a degree from afar. The career and education tracks that are available range considerably and include auto repair, IT, culinary arts, business, criminal justice, computer programming, and video game repair. The Stanford Career Institute has a dedicated career counseling office that will help all students and graduates find employment while they are finishing their education and full-time work once they have finished their degree.
For more information about the January 2017 award winners, visit http://www.10besttrade.com.