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SECC Program Explained to Falls City School Board

(KLZA)--Falls City School Board members heard a report this week on the Southeast Nebraska Career Academy Partnership in which Southeast Community College is partnering with 38 school districts, including Falls City.

Southeast Community College will offer high school students an opportunity to enroll in the SENCAP program, offering several academies.  Falls City High School is planning to offer courses in Health Sciences, Education and Early Childhood Education. 

Juniors and seniors in high school will have an opportunity to take college-level coursework in a career field of their interest and also have multiple opportunities to explore their career in a hands-on approach through job shadowing, field trips, speakers, mock interviews and other career-related activities. 

The program is designed for students to participate for two years, with the intention to earn college credit.  Students may take their SENCAP courses in a variety of formats including online, distance learning and face to face. 

Southeast Community College has committed to waiving half of the student tuition fees for their commitment and dedication to prepare for their career and post-secondary education.  

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