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Hartselle Enquirer

Calhoun seeking high-tech students

By Staff
Interested in a career in a high tech field? What about the possibility of making over $30,000 a year after two years or less of college? Then Calhoun’s Center for Manufacturing Innovation (CMI) programs in Machine Tool Technology or Industrial Maintenance is what you’re looking for.
The CMI program is seeking high school students graduating this spring, current college students with undeclared majors or persons desiring to make a career change. Full-scholarships are available for qualified applicants.
CMI scholarships are to be used toward tuition and fees for new applicants to either the college’s Machine Tool Technology or Industrial Maintenance programs. In addition, books and tools will be provided for each student in the program, and those successfully completing the program will retain these materials.
Qualifications for the CMI scholarships are:
(MTT) or Industrial Maintenance (IND) at Calhoun;
Industrial Maintenance or related technical courses; and
April 30 is the application deadline. Application materials may be found on Calhoun’s website at www.calhoun.edu/grants/CMI or by calling 256/306-2612. For more information, contact Dr. Mary Yarbrough at 256/306-2976 or email at mmy@calhoun.edu.

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