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Winona Post: MN State system expands scholarship program

By Nathaniel Nelson, July 15, 2019

In Minnesota, many employers are struggling to fill the staffing numbers they need to keep up -- particularly in manufacturing and agricultural fields. Luckily, upcoming high school graduates will have a chance to make their college career a little easier if they're looking to fill those slots: Minnesota State College Southeast (MSC-SE), along with several other Minnesota State colleges, will be expanding their workforce development scholarships over the next several years. At MSC-SE alone, 18 students will be given $2,500 toward their tuition in any of more than a dozen different high-demand programs.

Minnesota State Chancellor Devinder Malhotra visited MSC-SE on Thursday as part of a four-day, 20-stop tour to discuss the organization's expanded scholarship program, which is an extension of a pilot program that began last year.

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