A new program coming to Montgomery County Public Schools will put seniors on the fast track to their future.
The TranZed Academy for Working Students (TAWS) has an application process, and students who are chosen for the program can have any job and be interested in any career path.
TAWS works with schools to help manage students’ schedules. Taking classes at Montgomery College is also an option. Students are able to get real world work experience while getting on the right path to what comes after high school.
“What TAWS says is if you have the work ethic, if you have the ambition to get a job, hold a job, do your school work, that’s actually a really strong characteristic for long term success,” said Duane Arbogast, chief innovation officer for the Children’s Guild.
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