Part of planning for life after high school is evaluating all the options available to you. One of those options is to pursue a skilled trade. Working in a trade career can offer lucrative pay, job stability, and overall good quality of life.
Just a few examples of trade careers:
The Rat Rod Round-Up Trade Career Scholarship Program benefits Douglas County high school graduates who are choosing to pursue a trade after graduation. This scholarship may be used for tuition, tools, or any other financial need to get started.
Hayden Osborne recently graduated from Roseburg High School and is working towards a career as a diesel mechanic. He has already got a jump start on his journey while working at Smalley’s Diesel in Sutherlin, where he is learning invaluable skills for working on large vehicles. His goal is to establish a reputable diesel mechanics shop in Roseburg where he can offer customized services to fellow t
Coby Pope recently graduated from Glide High School and is pursing a career as an electrician. He took the electrician pre-apprenticeship class at his high school and loved it. His goal is to be a valuable asset to any team he joins and to provide high quality service and customer satisfaction. Coby has a great energy about him (no pun intended!) and is eager to dive head first into this new ventu
Alex Gonzalez just graduated from Sutherlin High School. He recently completed the Automotive Career Academy program at UCC and will be going into the automotive technology service program next. His goal is to one day own his own auto repair business and be a reliable source for anyone who needs help diagnosing and fixing a problem with their vehicle. In his spare time, Alex helps out his parents