Crowder College Technical Education Center will host area 8th grade students providing opportunities for them to see what career programs Crowder has once they enter high school.
Student from McDonald County will be on campus Nov. 14, Neosho on Nov. 15 and Diamond, Seneca and East Newton on Nov. 17 from 9am-2pm.
Students are given the opportunity to select two programs in which they are interested. The student will participate in one during the morning session and the other one during the afternoon. Programs include: Alternative Energy, Automotive Tech, Building Trades, Collision Repair, Computer Technology, Criminal Justice, Diesel Tech, Early Childhood, Health Sciences and Welding.
Crowder College Technical Education Center serves the five area high schools in Newton and McDonald counties. Students in their junior and senior year may elect to take classes in the areas listed. Students go through an application and interview process as selections are made for admittance.