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Take business, marketing, and communication classes in high school to build your skills. Join student clubs such as Junior Achievement ( and Business Professionals of America ( to learn more about business and interact with business professionals. Try to learn more about corporations (especially those that employ CTOs) by reading publications such as Barron’s (, the Wall Street Journal (, Forbes (, Bloomberg Businessweek (, Fortune (, and Financial Times ( (Note: Certain sections of these publications online may be available only to subscribers.) Talk to CTOs about their careers to obtain a better understanding of training requirements, a typical day at work, and how to break into the field. Perhaps you could even job shadow a CTO on the job.

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