ERIC Number: ED386234
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Reference Count: N/A
Maine Technical College System 1993/1994 Annual Report.
Maine Technical Coll. System, Augusta.
Focusing on data from the 1993-94 academic year, this report discusses programs and outcomes for the seven colleges in the Maine Technical College System (MTCS). Following a message from the System President, general outcomes for the MTCS are described. This section indicates that systemwide enrollment in 1993-94 was 4,305, representing a 19% increase from 1989; that in 1994 state voters approved a $5 million bond measure to fund the colleges; that the MTCS established an arrangement with the city of La Plata, Argentina, to develop a Worker Retraining Institute; and that a Youth Apprenticeship Training Program had enrolled more than 150 students from 75 state high schools and technical centers. After a discussion of future challenges facing the System related to accountability standards, improving access, and expanding the System's capacity, profiles are provided of the following seven MTCS colleges: York County Technical College, Central Maine Technical College, Eastern Maine Technical College, Kennebec Valley Technical College, Northern Maine Technical College, Southern Maine Technical College, and Washington County Technical College. Each profile describes outcomes related to graduates, graduate employment, and the colleges' role in the local economy. Finally, pie charts of the sources and uses of funds, a list of individuals and corporations donating money to the System, and a list of Board of Trustee members for fiscal year 1994 are provided. (KP)
Descriptors: Annual Reports, Community Colleges, Donors, Educational Finance, Enrollment, Enrollment Trends, Outcomes of Education, Technical Education, Trade and Industrial Education, Two Year Colleges
Maine Technical College System, Office of Public Affairs, 323 State Street, Augusta, ME 04330.
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Maine Technical Coll. System, Augusta.