Education - Page 2 - Highlights of local area internship and apprenticeship prog

Education
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Highlights of local area internship and apprenticeship prog
Enrollment Data for Students Enrolled in the PTECH Programfor the School Year 2018-2019:

Students Enrolled: 60
Male: 41
Female: 19
10 English Language Learners
10 with specialized educational plans
Race/Ethnicity
American Indian/Alaskan Native: 1
Asian: 3
Black: 12
Hispanic: 21
White: 19
Two or More Races: 4

Summer internship program at The University of Maryland Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Test Site:
Interns must be:

• Currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate technical degree program – not limited to engineering – from rising sophomore to rising senior. Students may come from University of Maryland, College Park, University of Maryland academic programs offered through the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center, the College of Southern Maryland, or St. Mary’s College of Maryland.

• Able to work full-time for 11 weeks during the internship.

• Able to live and work for the summer in southern Maryland. Housing is available at St. Mary’s College of Maryland or elsewhere in the local area.

• United States citizens or permanent residents.

Benefits to Employers Who Partner with Howard Community College
Regarding the Construction Management Apprenticeship:
Apprenticeships bring the following benefits to employers:

• Immediate access to new, skilled, motivated employees.

• Unique opportunity to shape and mold a model employee from the word “go.”

• Increased team loyalty and reduced turnover.

• Employers may qualify for tax incentives and additional state funding. •