On May 2, ConVal Regional High School signed an articulation agreement with Keene State College, giving ConVal students who have completed a CTE program up to 8 credits at Keene.
The agreement goes into effect immediately. Therefore, students enrolling in classes at Keene State this fall are eligible to receive this new benefit.
The faculty and staff of the Region 14 Applied Technology Center provide opportunities for all learners to integrate academic knowledge and technical expertise in order to prepare students for further study in a specific career.
The Region 14 Applied Technology Center currently offers the following certificate programs:
- Advanced Manufacturing Systems
- Building & Construction Trades
- Business Management
- Careers in Education
- Computer Networking
- Computer Programming & Software Development
- Digital Photography & Video Arts
- Engineering & Mechanical Design
- Fire Science & Emergency Technician (EMT)
- Graphic Design
“I’m very excited about this new partnership,” said Jen Kiley, the Director of the Region 14 Applied Technology Center at ConVal Regional High School. “Keene State College has shown significant interest in transitioning towards a full dual enrollment program, beyond the articulation. This is a great opportunity for our students.”