Midlands Technical College has made a PACT!
One of the biggest barriers to success for youth in transition can be the lack of a strong support system. PACT at MTC, which stands for Prioritizing Academic and Career Training at Midlands Technical College, was formed to fill this need for young students in transition who are currently in or have aged out of foster care.
The PACT initiative provides members with a personal support coach to guide and assist them in achieving their self-identified academic and career goals. Each coach also helps their student develop important life skills like critical thinking and problem solving.
For more information about becoming a member or a support coach, contact PACT Coordinator, Mary Rawls. Students can also explore college resources like the admissions team, counseling services, financial services, and more on the Student Resources page.
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Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
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Contact Mary M. Rawls