While many high school students currently earn some college credits, the goal of Turbocharge is to ensure every one of these student graduates with 15 college credits in 2023. Partners in the initiative — Green Bay Public Area Schools, UW-Green Bay and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College — joined forces Thursday, April 13, to introduce the program. “I think it’s a community statement to these students that we believe in them and that we want them to have an opportunity to go to college, we believe they are capable of doing that and we are here to find a way to make that happen,” says UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary Miller. WBAY-TV had the coverage.
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