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PlanScape Impact(s): Diversity and Inclusion ; Education ; Funding ; STEM ; Technology Enablement ; Workforce Development
Public Pinned Featured Report on RCTC/Perkins Collective Impact led by Rochester Community & Technical College
Last modified: February 13, 2023

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RCTC/Perkins Grant: The Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century

 

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RCTC/Perkins Opportunity

 

Per January 19, 2023 CMRC Meeting the following was shared

 

 

 

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References

 

State of MN Perkins Local Application

 

LINK to Perkins V webinar

 

CMRC Collaboration Planning

 

More info regarding CMRC participation can be found on RCTC/Perkins Teams site hosted on Diversity Council Office 365 Platform. 

Also, on SharePoint site.  

 

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Value of Associate Degree

 

 

 

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Related Reports


 

Other RCTC/Perkins Collective Impact Pinned Reports


August 18, 2023 : RCTC/Perkins CMRC Report

Emmright general contractor working with CERT, Pamoja Women, ACHLA, Rochester Cambodian Association, Journie, and OpenBeam submitted final report to RCTC. 



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