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GPSTEM Priorities & Strategies

on Thu, 01/22/2015 - 15:24

 Priority Areas

  1. Create articulated pathways to careers in high growth STEM sectors 

  2. Build these pathways to ensure on-time graduation (15 to finish)

    1. Implement intrusive advising and increased course availability 

  3. Further partnerships with Career Centers & Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs)

  4. Partner with UMASS system and the State Universities to develop STEM transfer pathways 

Target Populations to be Served

  1. TAA eligible workers

  2. Un/underemployed workers 

  3. Veterans 

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