Graphics & Media Communication Career Edge Academy at Kirkwood Community College

Graphics & Media Communication Career Edge Academy at Kirkwood Community College

Michael Girdner, who is involved in the Graphics Career Edge Academy at Kirkwood Community College, is a Marion High School student. You can find out more about this academy at http://www.kirkwood.edu/site/index.php?p=12731

Career Edge Academies are career-focused, college credit courses for high school students, available through Kirkwood Community College provided at no cost to students or parents. This program is funded by your school district. Targeted towards high school juniors and seniors, Career Edge Academies offer a hands-on way for young students to explore careers and experience college-level classes. Students earn dual credit, which means the classes not only fulfill their high school graduation requirements, they also count toward a future college degree. And, the credits transfer; students can choose to attend Kirkwood after high school, or another college. Because individual school districts pay for the classes, they are offered at no charge to students or their families. Learn more at http://www.kirkwood.edu/careeracademies

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  1. Kirkwood Community College
    Kirkwood Community College says:

    You can find more information about the Graphic Communication Technology program on our Web site which lists the average Iowa salary as quoted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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