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Articulation with High Schools through Tech Prep
Tech Prep is a national educational reform that began in 1990 through the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Act. The goal of Tech Prep is to prepare students for technical and skill-based education through technology training.

Tech Prep provides students with the foundation and context for connecting academics and careers. The process begins in secondary schools, and continues through the first two years of post-secondary education. It aims to produce successful students in academics and careers.

Tech Prep is WCC's linkage to has among secondary education, workforce development, and economic development.

Why Tech Prep at WCC?
Tech Prep provides a smooth transition from high school to college to promising careers.
Tech Prep students shape the classroom setting. They are focused, motivated, and have the foundation for learning technical skills.
It increases academic and skill achievement at the post- secondary level.
Tech Prep serves the community by producing a high quality workforce, by making education more affordable, and by filling classrooms with motivated students

WCC has Tech Prep articulation agreements with high schools through three key partnerships, and a number of individual high schools.

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Information on what articulation is and what an articulation agreement produces.

Articulation with Colleges and Universities
A list of colleges and universities with which Washtenaw Community College has articulation agreements.

Articulation with High Schools through Tech Prep
A list of high schools with which Washtenaw Community College has articulation agreements.

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