Matching students' skills and interests through career exploration and readiness training are critical when choosing pathways to high-growth, high-demand occupations. Mentoring, internships, entrepreneur courses and employer partners make for a smooth transition into post-secondary education or workplace.

Grants


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    Cody-Medicine & Community Health Academy | $1,500

    Dentistry careers workshops for students.

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    Ben Carson High School for Science and Medicine | $1,500

    Dentistry careers workshops for students.

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    Breithaupt Career and Technical Center | $2,305

    Equipment upgrade for culinary arts program.

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    Breithaupt Career and Technical Center | $3,000

    Drivers Education Program for 10 DPS students.

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    Crockett Career Center | $13,631

    Textbooks for the Pharmacy Tech Program.

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    Randolph Technical High School and Career Technical Center | $20,000

    Tiny House Project where students utilize project based learning to design and build community partnerships as well as market career programs offered at the school.