Teaching Students to Apply High Technology to Manufacturing

Ehrmann describes the vision of the CMI as very powerful and one that can have a significant impact on student debt load. “Here’s the big secret. We’re putting together a vision that will allow a student to start in the first grade in a STEM program, graduate from AJ Whittenberg, go to Penny Fisher Middle School on the ICAR Campus, and to to JL Mann, another STEM-based program known as New Tech, move on to Greenville Tech on ICAR Campus, graduate there and go on to Clemson University to acquire an engineering degree – all with little debt thanks to the Tech Scholars program.  That’s the magic in my view, he said.

Excerpt from the Greenville Business Magazine. Click here for full article.