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Proposed New STEM Educational Facility to be Operated by Consortium

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Material on Fay Penn Economic Development's Strategic Plan site, Fayette Forward, indicates the new (Vo-Tech) STEM Education Center will be managed by a consortium.
Also material indicates the new complex will be backed by the full faith and credit of the local participating school districts. 

(e) Establish a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Center for Fayette County.
● Operated as a consortium not directed by one school district or post-secondary school
● Utilizing resources available locally as well as the Intermediate Unit, ASSET, PA Department of Education, PA STEM Initiatives, etc.

Career Technical Training

• Every student in the county must have the opportunity to be trained in a modem career technical school delivering cutting edge training matched to employer needs.

• Most jobs today will require skills that are attainable at public secondary career technical schools.

• Career Technical Schools are a needed investment to ensure a skilled workforce for Fayette County.

• Potential jobs in Fayette County have gone unfilled because employers could not find people with needed skill sets

Pittsburgh region to benefit from two new STEM education centers

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