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The Center for the Future of Arizona announced its award from the U.S. Department of Education to advance its Career Connected Pathways (CCP) work addressing Arizona’s urgent need to increase postsecondary enrollment and attainment—particularly of high-needs students—through pathways focused on preparing students for careers in STEM fields
Promineo Tech, a technology vocational school specializing in software development, announced the launch of their new Perpetual Scholarship Program. The Perpetual Scholarship Program is a sustainable scholarship that enables qualifying students to attend Promineo Tech for no up-front cost and offers a pathway for individuals to change their lives through technology education they may not have otherwise had access to.
Republic Services CEO named one of America’s most innovative leaders, University of Arizona rises 81 spots in college rankings, NeoLight scores $2.5 million from NFL Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, BannerHealth to build $63M health center in Glendale, Educational partnership with ASU and the Arizona Science Center creates STEM opportunities for rural Arizona students, celebrating Arizona’s entrepreneurial spirit at DesTechAZ on Oct. 16-17, join Gov. Doug Ducey and Senator Martha McSally at ACRONIS SCS’s ribbon-cutting on Oct. 8, and more.
Phoenix College and Maricopa County Community College District are unveiling plans to create a Maricopa IT Institute at Phoenix College, utilizing a currently vacant building located in the heart of downtown Phoenix. The institute will prepare students for high-demand careers and help meet labor market demands within the field of information technology.