Space-related tech center boosts Miss. educational opportunities

11/25/2012 | Entrepreneur online

The John C. Stennis Space Center in Mississippi has provided a boon to high-tech startups in the region, among them Digital Quest, a small company that produces curricula for high schools. The company has received certification from the Department of Labor for a course to be included in a certification program awarded by the Mississippi Enterprise for Technology. After completion of the program, students are certified to be entry-level geospatial technicians.

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