The Challenge Program, Inc. Awards Scholarship money to Admiral Peary Vo-Tech Students for excellence.
THE CHALLENGE PROGRAM, INC.
A Program for ALL Students
The Challenge Program, Inc. mission is to build sustainable Business/Education partnerships while introducing students to careers in their communities.
This partnership contributes to workforce and economic development by motivating students to develop the habits required to succeed in school and in their future careers.
The Challenge Program, Inc. is a Program for All Students, regardless of a student’s previous academic performance. The Challenge Program, Inc. challenges all students to compete for an award to increase their success in and out of the classroom and become quality employees for businesses in their communities.
Our Presentations reflect workplace scenarios using The Challenge Program’s five award categories as building blocks for success.
Our Financial Award Incentives demonstrate a real-world motivational application.
The Challenge Program, Inc. Award Categories:
Our awards are available to all students regardless of their past academic or behavior history in order to encourage a fresh start and a successful future.
The Challenge Program, Inc. connects real business leaders directly to students to introduce them to a variety of career options and the education/training paths within their own communities.
Awards are presented to 5 seniors, 5 juniors and 5 sophomores each year their school participates in our Program.
Each award is worth $200.
Here are the 2016-17 School Year Challenge Program Award winners:
The Challenge Program, Inc. (TCP) Winners with representative Sara Deyarmin: MaKayla Fertick, Christopher Smith, and Matthew Duman
The Challenge Program, Inc. (TCP) Winners with representative Sara Deyarmin: Cody Maines, Attendance Stephen Parztaka, STEM
To view the 2016 Assembly Presentation – go to www.tcpinc.org/2016-kick-off-assembly
For more information about the Program, the Awards and the Connection, please visit:
Criteria for and selection of award winners in each category
2016-2017 Program and Awards Guide
2016-2017 Community Service forms
Lists of Business sponsors and partners
Information on the 2017 Student of the Year competition where three finalists will each win $1,000.00.