APS, U of Cincinnati, Stark State Make an Offer

Opportunity Triangle for APS Students
Posted on 02/23/2020
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(from cincinnati.com/Cincinnati Enquirer)

Akron high school students interested in information technology careers can get a boost into college through a new partnership between three education institutions.

Akron Public Schools, Stark State College and the University of Cincinnati announced Thursday a way for students at Kenmore-Garfield High School to earn enough college credits in high school to be automatically admitted into Cincinnati’s IT program.

The program would save students a year’s worth of college tuition and set them up for a chance at a job during college through a Cincinnati co-op. Read the full article.

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