While many high school students are spending their summers trying to forget school, Kyle Taylor will be doing the opposite. He’ll be on the other side of the classroom, helping teach.
The Nightingale Montessori senior will spend four weeks this summer in Baltimore at Johns Hopkins University as a teaching assistant in its Engineering Innovation program, helping instruct his peers.
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Having been through the program at Clark State in its first year here in 2015 and worked as a teaching assistant there last year, Taylor hopes this will be another step in his eventual goal — to attend Johns Hopkins as an electrical engineering student.
Read more about Taylor from contributing writer Brett Turner in the Springfield News-Sun.
by Katherine Collins - Springfield News-Sun
Students in Champaign County will have the chance to go to Clark State for free now that the community college has expanded a scholars program to the area.
Until now the Champion City Scholars program was only available to students within the Springfield City School District. Now 10 eighth graders from Graham Local Schools and 10 eighth graders from Urbana City Schools will be chosen to participate in the new Champaign County Scholars program at the beginning of next school year.
“The whole purpose is to ensure three free years of college for these students,” Clark State President Jo Alice Blondin said.
The students need to be the first member of their family to attend college, she said, and qualify for free or reduced lunch to be considered.
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Join us for breakfast to learn about the exciting initiatives Graham Local Schools, in partnership with Clark State Community College, the Champaign County Chamber of Commerce & CVB and the Champaign Economic Partnership, have created to provide you with a trained, skilled and ready workforce!
We value you as an industry partner, and we want to share with you the Career Gears and LEAN/Six Sigma training programs Superintendent Koennecke is implementing in Graham Local Schools. These programs are to ensure you have the skilled workforce needed to grow your business and our region, as well as, ensuring students are ready for successful careers. We want your opinion in making sure we are on the right track to make all of those things happen!
January 11, 2017 | 7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
Breakfast begins at 7:30 a.m., program will begin at 7:45 a.m.
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