Howell, MI: Livingston Educational Service Agency’s Career Development and Early College programs offer a new program to high school students in Livingston County.
College Foundation is a new program of study within the Livingston County Early College (LCEC) program and a unique opportunity for students who have yet to decide on a career path. The program allows high school students to earn 30 college credits while exploring career opportunities.
In addition to College Foundation, LCEC offers Automotive, Business Management, Career Ladder Nursing, Cyber Security, Mechatronics, Medical Assisting, and Welding programs of study. Students enrolled in LCEC can earn up to sixty college credits, an associate degree, or an industry credential at no cost while still in high school.
On February 28th, LCEC is hosting an informational meeting for parents and students in Livingston County to learn more about Early College. Rebecca Holman, Early College Coordinator at Livingston Educational Service Agency, will share information about each program of study and how to apply for Early College. Students and parents will have an opportunity to hear from LCEC graduates and current students and an open floor to ask questions.
The meeting will be held at the Livingston Educational Service Agency, located at 1425 W. Grand River Ave, at 5:30 pm on Tuesday, February 28th. No registration is required.
Livingston ESA administers Career & Technical Education, Early College, and Career and College Readiness programs throughout Livingston County. These programs allow students to explore career paths, develop job and leadership skills, gain hands-on work experience, and earn college credits.
Parents or students with questions about Early College should call or email Rebecca Holman at RebeccaHolman@LivingstonESA.org or 517.540.6867. Information about Early College programs can be found on our website: LCEarlyCollege.org