Now that we have studied the attainment rates of METS students,In the next few posts, we will be looking at the some of the attainment trends from the METS enrollment class of 2007-2008. Today, we’re taking a closer look at the length of time METS students are spending in their postsecondary education by first looking at the number of different colleges attended by METS students, the number of students taking classes at multiple college simultaneously, and then the number of semesters in college for METS students who did not complete a postsecondary degree.
Do you know someone who is interested in a career in construction? If so, Southern Maine Community College (SMCC) has announced a new program called “Construction Institute” which offers training, certificates and a two-year degree option. Sponsored by Maine Quality Centers, this program currently has funding for 16 free spots. Click here to learn more, and please share with anyone who may be interested.