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Tech’s Upward Bound Given $1.4 Million Grant
Published June 15, 2012
Montana Tech’s Institute for Educational Opportunities has received a $1.4 million federal grant to continue the Upward Bound Program for high school students for five years. The money will provide services in academic advising and tutoring, career exploration, campus visits, financial aid awareness and assistance, personal growth and cultural awareness. Additionally, a six-week summer academy is offered on the Tech campus. The program will serve 60 to 70 students enrolled at Anaconda, Butte, Helena and Capital High Schools. Over the past 20 years, 88 percent of the graduates from the program have earned post-secondary degrees, according to a news release.
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