Tech Prep Program
A. Janik, M.Ed., coordinator
The Tech Prep Program is an educational opportunity for
students to learn the highly competitive technical skills
needed to succeed in an ever-changing work environment.
This two-year technical and academic program begins in
the junior year of high school, giving students the opportunity
to earn both high school and college credit. This program
prepares students for high tech careers and advanced educational
opportunities through a partnership with BGSU Firelands,
EHOVE Career Center, high schools in Erie, Huron and Ottawa
counties, the Workforce Development Council, and business
Tech Prep Programs include engineering and industrial
technician, health technician, computer communications
network technician and interactive media technology. These
programs are designed to offer students a broad-based
education in their desired field through high school and
college courses, preparing them to enter the world of
work and/or to continue their education.
juniors at their high school;
a 2.5 grade point average;
earned a "C" or better in algebra and biology;
their high school counselor's or principal's recommendation;
been accepted through an interview by tech prep counselors
interest in post secondary technical education.
interested in the Tech Prep Program should contact the
Student Services office or their high school counselors.