ECPI University Partners With Businesses to Help Ensure Success

ECPI University Partners With Businesses to Help Ensure Success

Charleston CampusDorchester County Career & Technology Center has partnered with ECPI University for a new dual-credit program. Students will take a total of 26 college credits over two years that will give them hands-on learning in the field of Mechatronics. Upon graduation from high school, they have the option to go directly into the workforce or continue on to college, either at the local technical college, ECPI University, or another university of their choice with transferable college credits.

Greenville Campus Career Services Advisor Jeri Lynn Smith and Development Manager Donna Dennis with Getronics HR managers.

Getronics Partners with ECPI University-Greenville

ECPI University’s Greenville campus is pleased to announce that Getronics has signed on as a new member of the Education Partnership Program (EPP). Through this initiative, companies are able to provide educational benefits to employees with the goal of promoting professional growth and organizational effectiveness. The EPP has been developed to promote higher education while fostering a relationship with proven leaders in the community.

Getronics specializes in end-to-end information and communication technology solutions. The company is establishing its global service center in Greenville County, South Carolina and will be investing $1.63 million in that facility, creating 500 new jobs.

Criminal Justice student Zachary Bowman receives feedback from Chesterfield police officers.

Richmond/Moorefield CampusCriminal Justice students participated in the Chesterfield Police Experience Program where they were given the opportunity to find out what policing is really like, taking part in traffic stop scenarios, mock interviews, and other activities that police officers perform on a daily basis.

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