Duke Energy made a $25,000 check presentation to Tri-County Technical College’s Foundation to fund curriculum development, targeted marketing and recruitment of students for a series of free courses the College will offer to a segment of the state’s population (ages 25-44) that is unemployed, underemployed and underserved. Scott Miller, district manager for Duke Energy, second from left, made the presentation to Foundation Executive Director Grayson Kelly, third from left. Also pictured are Courtney White, director of development, left, and Tammy Fiske, director of annual giving. This course will teach participants who have a high school diploma, but have not earned a college degree, how to succeed by preparing for specific STEM careers. Students will learn about regional STEM-related job opportunities, how to formulate personal career goals, assess their STEM career-readiness, and how to access educational programs to achieve career goals.


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Duke Energy made a $25,000 check presentation to Tri-County Technical College’s Foundation to fund curriculum development, targeted marketing and recruitment of students for a series of free courses the College will offer to a segment of the state’s population (ages 25-44) that is unemployed, underemployed and underserved. Scott Miller, district manager for Duke Energy, second from left, made the presentation to Foundation Executive Director Grayson Kelly, third from left. Also pictured are Courtney White, director of development, left, and Tammy Fiske, director of annual giving. This course will teach participants who have a high school diploma, but have not earned a college degree, how to succeed by preparing for specific STEM careers. Students will learn about regional STEM-related job opportunities, how to formulate personal career goals, assess their STEM career-readiness, and how to access educational programs to achieve career goals.

Duke Energy made a $25,000 check presentation to Tri-County Technical College’s Foundation to fund curriculum development, targeted marketing and recruitment of students for a series of free courses the College will offer to a segment of the state’s population (ages 25-44) that is unemployed, underemployed and underserved. Scott Miller, district manager for Duke Energy, second from left, made the presentation to Foundation Executive Director Grayson Kelly, third from left. Also pictured are Courtney White, director of development, left, and Tammy Fiske, director of annual giving. This course will teach participants who have a high school diploma, but have not earned a college degree, how to succeed by preparing for specific STEM careers. Students will learn about regional STEM-related job opportunities, how to formulate personal career goals, assess their STEM career-readiness, and how to access educational programs to achieve career goals.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_tctcdukedonation.jpgDuke Energy made a $25,000 check presentation to Tri-County Technical College’s Foundation to fund curriculum development, targeted marketing and recruitment of students for a series of free courses the College will offer to a segment of the state’s population (ages 25-44) that is unemployed, underemployed and underserved. Scott Miller, district manager for Duke Energy, second from left, made the presentation to Foundation Executive Director Grayson Kelly, third from left. Also pictured are Courtney White, director of development, left, and Tammy Fiske, director of annual giving. This course will teach participants who have a high school diploma, but have not earned a college degree, how to succeed by preparing for specific STEM careers. Students will learn about regional STEM-related job opportunities, how to formulate personal career goals, assess their STEM career-readiness, and how to access educational programs to achieve career goals. Courtsey photo
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