Sinclair College recently took top marks for vocational training. A study conducted by Real Work Matters collected data from the National Center for Education Statistics’ Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System and the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard to compare cost of attendance, graduation rate and the number of associate degree and undergraduate certificate programs offered, among other statistics. Out of 711 U.S. institutions, Sinclair ranked No. 1. “Over the years, Sinclair has seen an increasing number of students entering the workforce and filling in-demand jobs because of our strong focus on work-based training programs,” President Steve Johnson told the Dayton Business Journal. To learn more about Sinclair and its vocational programs, visit www.sinclair.edu.
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