Hendricks students taking advantage of tech classes

February 8, 2018

mechanics students Picture1
Students from Hendricks High School are pictured in Basic Mechanics Class offered at Minnesota West, Canby Campus.

Minnesota West Com­munity and Technical Col­lege, in conjunction with the SWWC Service Co-op and the Future/Pathways to Prosperity United Way grant, is currently offering several pathways of educa­tional learning and hands-on exploration to area high school students in high de­mand career path areas.
“Students who have the opportunity to successful­ly participate in a college class while still in high school increase their odds of completing a post-sec­ondary certificate or de­gree. For many students, these opportunities help them determine interests and career paths,” states Kayla Westra, Dean of In­stitutional Effectiveness at Minnesota West. “We are excited about the expan­sion of our PSEO classes, which currently serve stu­dents in on-campus, on­line, and in the high school opportunities.”

For the full story, read this week’s Hendricks Pioneer.

test