Colleges in Ohio to receive technical assistance grants to help students enter STEM fields

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Friday, December 20, 2013

Four Ohio colleges will receive technical support to advance science, technology, engineering and math initiatives for non-traditional students.

Ohio, Idaho, Illinois, Massachusetts and the District of Columbia were awarded STEM Careers Initiative technical assistance grants by Complete College America, supported by The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust.

The non-monetary grant will provide assistance and guidance to Central State University; a partnership between North Central State College and the Mansfield campus of Ohio State University; and Shawnee State University.

‎The four schools will receive training to help them strengthen their STEM programs and design pathways to ensure students who sign up for these programs can get into the required courses, graduate on time and receive assistance in finding employment.

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