One Trade School’s Path to Success
Brian Anderson, 10 Blocks Podcast
Pennsylvania’s Williamson College of the Trades is no ordinary trade school. Students wake up early to the sound of reveille and attend academic classes in coats and ties. The school caters to low-income boys, offering a debt-free path to high-paying work—and the life skills to help them get there.
Kay Hymowitz, a William E. Simon Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, profiled Williamson College of the Trades in an essay earlier this year. She talks about the school and what makes it unique in this podcast.