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BayTech and Mills College Partnership
BayTech and Mills College Partnership
Warren Wallace
Sunday, February 24, 2019

As of this year, women and gender non-binary students with a 3.2 GPA can apply for a + $7000 Mills-BayTech Promise scholarship. Eligible students may also transfer from College of Alameda to Mills College through a Joint Admission Guarantee. Those students can begin earning credits towards a Mills College bachelor’s degree while they are working on their community college associate degrees. These students can also receive targeted educational and mentoring services as well as academic and career counseling, financial aid scholarship workshops, tutoring, and other support both during the school year and over the summer. “We’re excited to increase access to college for all students, especially students from the East Bay, who are bringing their talents, energy, and ideas to our campus,” says Elizabeth L. Hillman, Ed.D., president of Mills College. “These are the kinds of partnerships that enrich campuses and communities alike.”

College of Alameda offers a broad range of academic and Career Technical Education programs, as well as extensive supports for students preparing to enroll in four-year colleges or universities. Mills College offers a liberal arts education with a focus on leadership, preparation for the workforce, and gender and racial justice. Mills also offers accelerated master’s degree programs where students can earn both a BA and MA in five years. “This is a very exciting partnership and we know that our BayTech students are well positioned for success at Mills and other colleges” says Seth Feldman, Executive Director of BayTech. BayTech Charter is a college preparatory middle and high school that serves 330 students from Oakland, Hayward and San Leandro. BayTech students will learn the necessary skills required for college and career readiness by engaging in a rigorous curriculum emphasizing STEM.