New Consortium To Offer Job Training To Local Students

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Students can take job training courses in four fields, including robotics and information technology.(Photo: Flickr)
Students can take job training courses in four fields, including robotics and information technology.(Photo: Flickr)

Beginning in the fall, several local high schools will offer students a head start in getting ready for college or the work force.

One of the first “Straight A” grants given out by the state of Ohio will go toward “Pathways to Prosperity”, a consortium of local school districts that will offer job training in health care, information technology, robotics and logistics.

The job training program will be administered by Reynoldsburg City Schools. For more details, WOSU’s Steve Brown spoke with Reynoldsburg superintendent Steve Dackin.

Click the play button above to hear their conversation.

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