In 1855, Walt Whitman published Leaves of Grass, a poem celebrating America and the people who built it. The world has changed radically since the famous writer sang the praises of farmers, machinists, and printers. He could never have foreseen the sophisticated technology now at the fingertips of those working in agriculture, business, sales and marketing, technology and industry, and health. But if alive today, he would most likely beam proudly at our ethic of hard work and high standards.
If you'd enjoy helping others learn a trade and the career skills they need to succeed, consider majoring in trade and industrial education.