When we’re young, we’re taught that we can be anything we want

For some, that means wild dreams, like a space cowboy zookeeper. For others, it’s to drive the open road in their very own Big Rig.


But when high school hits, a switch is flipped. There becomes a “right” path and a “wrong” path.


For the last 50 years, our country has pushed high school students towards a college degree and away from vocational education.


Today, we’re facing the consequences.

Millions of young people who earned a four-year degree are saddled with insurmountable debt and career prospects that simply don’t pay the bills (much less the college loans). Meanwhile, our country faces a massive labor gap in essential vocational fields like construction, trucking, nursing, allied health, and more—raising prices and hindering our growth and prosperity as a nation.


For similar reasons, technology providers have historically left career and vocational colleges underserved. Vocational schools are stuck with piecemeal solutions that solutions that can create as many problems as they solve, and that were never purpose-built to meet vocational schools’ unique needs in the first place.

Our country needs a change

That’s why we exist: to elevate vocational education and empower the schools that train our skilled workers.


CourseKey creates software solutions that power vocational training. We provide technology that increases engagement, supports compliance, and enhances career success.



“My job is to bring out the best in my students, sometimes they don’t know what they’re capable of. But then when I see their progress and see them succeed in their careers, I’m so proud.”

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“Trades education is changing an entire cycle for these students.”


“The students who come here are looking for a positive change. They’re working different jobs that will lead to the same types of jobs making them unhappy. They need that opportunity to find a way to segway out of that hamster wheel that they find themselves in.”