Tech Prep is the national initiative which creates curriculum pathways between high schools and career centers and colleges. Students in career technology programs and area high schools may receive college credit for their high school technology training. Clark State has articulations with career centers and high schools in Clark, Champaign, Logan and Greene counties.
Clark State offers pathways in:
- Agriculture/Landscape/Turf Management
- Computer-Aided Design
- Criminal Justice
- Digital Media
- Early Childhood
- Engineering Technologies
- Financial Services
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Geospatial Technologies
- Graphic Design
- Health Occupations/Nursing/Physical Therapy Assistant
- High School of Business
- Interactive Media
- Medical Assisting
- Office Administration
- Supply Chain Management
- Software Design
- Teaching Professions
- Project Lead the Way
Clark State also offers an Associate of Technical Studies degree for students whose technical skills are not offered in a specific technical degree program. This is offered to career center and high students in career tech programs such as carpentry, cosmetology, welding and others.
George Mueller Tech Prep Scholarship
Clark State Community College offers the George Mueller Tech Prep Scholarship to all qualified Tech Prep students in Clark, Champaign, Logan and Greene counties. This $1500 Scholarship is offered to Tech Prep students enrolling in a Clark State program, in the same pathway as high school, who have a 2.5 GPA in high school. To be considered, all students must print and submit a completed application to the Clark State Tech Prep office. All scholarships are dependent on maintaining a 2.0 GPA while enrolled at Clark State and the availability of funds. This scholarship will not cover any College Preparatory (CPE) or developmental college courses.
Clark State is part of the Northwest Ohio Tech Prep Regional Center.
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