UNT earns grant for new career mentoring program

UNT earned a $1.6 million grant from Greater Texas Foundation in support of High School Career Connect -- a new peer mentoring program created by UNT to ensure that Denton County middle school and high school students have access to quality career education.

The grant will provide career development tools, skills inventory, resume creation programs, computers and program management.

UNT student mentors will provide career education information to participants following extensive training from UNT Career Center employees.

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