Date of publication: 2017-09-05 18:51
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The grant, which will be distributed over the next three years, is part of the $75 million, five-year New Skills for Youth initiative developed by JPMorgan Chase in collaboration with CCSSO and Advance CTE and aims to strengthen career-focused education starting in high school and ending with postsecondary degrees and/or industry-recognized credentials aligned with high-skill jobs.
As an employer, I know how critical career-focused education is, and it has been exciting to be part of the team pursuing this grant, said Susan Coghlin Mailman, president of Coghlin Electric Contractors, Inc. I appreciate the coordinated effort that our state is putting forth in order to strengthen opportunities for our youth which will ultimately create a stronger and more qualified work force.
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The &ldquo Go Higher!&rdquo program, to which Newton North and Brookline High School families have also been invited, will feature remarks by Santiago and a panel of students currently attending half a dozen public campuses across the Commonwealth. Admissions officers from many of the public colleges and universities plan to be in attendance.
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The event will also give families a chance to learn more about the Commonwealth Commitment program announced by Governor Baker last spring. Through the program, students transferring from any community college to any state university or UMass campuses are eligible to save up to 99% off the cost of a four-year degree, if they attend full-time and maintain a GPA. The program will expand next fall to cover more than 66 majors at all 78 public undergraduate institutions.
We thank JPMorgan, the Council of Chief State School Officers and other partners who have helped make this grant award possible, said Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito. This New Skills for Youth grant complements our administration's prioritization of STEM-focused career education by developing more high-quality pathway programs and expanding the number of students who graduate from high school with college credits and real world experience.
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This grant will have enormous impact for some of our neediest students, said Higher Education Commissioner Carlos E. Santiago. We owe it to them to make sure that career exposure and training is integrated into a robust curriculum that will give them what every employer demands – a full box of workplace-ready tools, including quantitative reasoning skills, critical thinking skills, and the ability to write well, to work as part of a team and to lead.