IBMC College and Boulder Valley School District (CTEC) Sign Enrollment Agreement
IBMC College is pleased to announce the signing of an enrollment agreement with the Boulder Valley School District Career and Technical Education Center (CTEC) Cosmetology program.
The agreement spells out the options CTEC students will have in attending IBMC College, and establishes a partnership between the two organizations. The agreement also outlines the criteria and standards BVSD CTEC students will need to meet in order to be accepted into the Cosmetology Certificate or Diploma program at IBMC College.
*In order for CTEC students in the Boulder Valley School District to be eligible for enrollment in the Cosmetology program and associated certificate offerings at IBMC College’s Longmont Campus, successful completion of the pre-entrance practicum examination must be done prior to admission. All High School students must have satisfied the necessary requirements to earn a High School Diploma and be at least 17 years of age or older for admission.
The partnership also establishes the IBMC Presidential High School Scholarship. This scholarship program will provide Boulder Valley School District CTEC Cosmetology students with a $1,000.00 scholarship toward either a Certificate or Diploma at IBMC College.
IBMC is excited to announce this new partnership, and to help further the education and career aspirations of students in the Boulder Valley School District.
For more information about Boulder Valley School District and the Technical Education Center (CTEC) program, please call (720) 561-5220. For more information about our Certificate, Diploma, and Degree Programs at IBMC College in Colorado and Wyoming, please visit www.ibmc.edu or call (800) 495-2669.
IBMC College’s Certificate, Diploma and Degree programs provide students with the skills needed to flourish in a business, cosmetology, dental, healthcare, paralegal or massage career. IBMC College offers small class sizes to provide one-on-one attention and hands-on training, giving students the real-world experience necessary to be successful in their career path.