Tyler Hallmark - Central Technology Center
THEN: A high school student who watched classmates competing in Business Professionals of America contests. Deciding to join them in Central Technology Center’s Business and Information Technology course, Tyler
- Earned 28 hours of college credit while still in high school.
- Learned to defend a position, gain and keep control of a meeting and win a debate.
- Developed computer skills, managerial skills and office procedures.
NOW: Tyler was awarded the Gates Millennium Scholarship, which funds his undergraduate degree at the university of his choice adding up to around $400,000. He served as a policy assistant on American Indian and Alaska Native Education in Washington D.C. last summer and is now a senior at the University of Colorado in Boulder pursuing a bachelor’s degree in communications.