Join us for the second year of this innovative learning festival for families!
Remake Learning Days - Knoxville
Innovative, hands-on events for families to learn together.
Remake Learning Days is coming back for the second year to Knoxville! This festival will showcase hands-on learning opportunities throughout the Knoxville region. A variety of organizations — such as schools, libraries, nonprofits, businesses and other community centers — will come together to provide our youth and families with innovative learning experiences.
Join us for Remake Learning Days in Knoxville from May 13-21, 2022.
Check out our video recap of Remake Learning Days – Knoxville 2019!
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Knoxville: Building a path between “high school” and “hired”
The Tennessee College of Applied Technology Knoxville eliminates barriers to employment by providing every learner with access: to courses informed by K-12 educators and local employers; to credentials desired by industry partners; and to connections with like-minded learners and prospective employers.
Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology serves as the premier supplier of workforce development throughout Knoxville and the surrounding counties. We fulfill our mission by providing competency-based training through superior quality, traditional and distance learning instruction methods that qualify completers for employment and job advancement; contributing to the economic and community development of the communities served by training and retraining employed workers.
In today’s world, having some form of education or training beyond high school is a must for getting ahead. Whether you’re just out of high school or an adult looking for a fresh start, a degree or certificate from one of our community or technical colleges can be your first step towards career readiness, which can lead to greater earnings potential and a better quality of life. With 40 community and technical colleges across the state offering more than 400 programs of study, our diverse campuses and programs create the opportunity for all Tennesseans to attend college, regardless of age or income.