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Tune In to Hear Our New Great Jobs Radio Ad

Center of the American Experiment’s latest radio ad campaign highlights the struggles many young people face following high school graduation. In the 30 second advertisement, which is playing on over 70 stations across Greater Minnesota, a teenager expresses anxiety about his future. His friends have left for college, but he knows that is not the right path for him. The boy’s companion encourages him by explaining there are great jobs available—like working as a millwright—that don’t require a four-year degree or pile on massive college debt.

Scenarios like this are happening across Minnesota. On GreatJobsMN.com you can learn about technical programs and apprenticeships that help students jump-start careers in exciting fields like healthcare and technology. So, turn up the radio and check out GreatJobsMN.com to listen to our ad and learn more about how you or your student can find a great, well-paying job without the burdensome debt of a four-year degree.

Listen to the Great Jobs Radio Ad Here!

 

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