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Osceola County Commission Supports School District with $2.3 million for Programs, Equipment

 

On Thursday, October 15, Osceola County Commissioners announced their support of the Osceola School District with $2.3 million in CARES Act funds for computer equipment, including 3,800 laptops; rapid job training; basic education and language programs.

Under the recently signed agreement, programming for technical training will be at Osceola Technical College (oTech) and English Language training will be available at Adult Learning Center of Osceola (ALCO) with locations throughout the County – including St. Cloud and Poinciana.

oTech programs provide accelerated pathways to high wage employment in targeted high-growth industry sectors including healthcare, logistics, technology, construction and manufacturing. oTech offers continuing education programs aligned with local industry needs, and result in stackable, nationally recognized industry credentials.