Program assists businesses while providing students alternate to four-year degree
7 Jul 2014
The announcement earlier this month that student loan debt had reached a record $1.5 trillion might cause some high school seniors to question whether the return on investment of a four-year degree is worth the time and expense – especially if the student is unsure what course of study he might want to pursue.
But businesses and educators in Fremont say students can find good careers in town without incurring massive student debt through the Dream It! Do It! program.
The program is a collaboration between Fremont Public Schools, Metropolitan Community College and the Greater Fremont Development Council to pair manufacturing businesses in Fremont with skilled employees.
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