Governor Hochul Announces $31.5 Million Awarded For New York State Pathways In Technology Early College High School Program
- Twelve Awardees to Use Funding to Prepare New York Students for High-Skill Technology, Health Care, Finance, and Manufacturing Jobs
- Program Combines High School, College, and Career Training, Focused on Academically and Economically At-Risk Students
- Students to Receive Ongoing Mentorship by Professionals in Chosen Career Sector
Governor Kathy Hochul today announced $31.5 million in funding for the New York State Pathways in Technology program that will prepare thousands of New York students for high-skill jobs of the future in technology, manufacturing, health care, and finance. This investment funds regional partnerships that respond to the greatest need for enhanced access to post-secondary opportunities primarily for academically and economically at-risk students and works to strengthen the pipeline between local talent and industries with a favorable job outlook. Each partnership will include K-12, higher education, and business/employer partners.