A Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), the CAREplan has been designed to promote success for students seeking careers in health care through the redesign of the advising process for these students.
The Call Me MISTER program at PTC, in partnership with Clemson University is designed to increase the number of black male educators in our region's classrooms. The mission of the Call Me MISTER national initiative is to increase the pool of available teachers from diverse cultures and backgrounds to serve in economically disadvantaged and educationally at-risk communities.
MODELS Academy is a holistic mentoring and personal development program that addresses the social, academic, career and cultural development of African American males in grades 6-12. Members of MODELS Academy are prepared to become mentors, advocates, and role models for the youth within their communities. In order to facilitate a successful transition into careers, and into roles of leadership within the community, the program provides a holistic curriculum designed around career exploration, academic preparation and college readiness, personal growth and community service
There are a lot of good jobs out there if you have the training you need to get your foot in the door. But we know going back to school is a big decision. And we know you probably have a lot of questions about how that process works. That’s why Piedmont Technical College is offering a no-cost, risk-free opportunity to test drive the college’s education and training options.