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FMCC awarded grant for $626K

October 2, 2010
The Leader Herald

JOHNSTOWN - Fulton-Montgomery Community College recently was awarded a National Science Foundation award of $626,140 for its Technological Education Pathways Partnership project with the Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery Board of Cooperative Educational Services.

According to FMCC President Dustin Swanger, TEPP will prepare students for the area's emerging jobs by establishing a technician career pathway program at the 11th- and 12th-grade levels and aligning that program with two years of community college coursework for students intending to become technicians in the electronic industry. The two-year program will provide high school students with an opportunity to earn up to 15 college credits in five science, technology, engineering and math courses while earning up to seven high school credits in STEM subjects.

 
 

 

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