2010 Transporation Technology Academy Online Workshop has been announced!  Click here for details!!! 
The Harrison County Board of Education and The EdVenture Group have been awarded a grant, the Transportation Technology Academy (TTA), through the US Department of Transportation which involves a paid internship program for high school students and a summer workshop for teachers. This program will allow the students participating to work one-on-one with an industry professional in a STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) career and teachers to earn a stipend while creating fun and engaging lessons for their classroom!
Students will receive compensation for completing the 30 hour summer internship in one of the following ways:
• Harrison County students are required to complete 30 hours of community service prior to graduation. Students can apply the hours earned from TTA toward their community service totals.
• Industry partners will be encouraged to provide a paid internship for students accepted into their program. Students participating in an unpaid internship will receive compensation through the TTA grant for time spent on the job.
Teachers will be receive a total of $962 in stipend funds once all program conditions are met.

For more information on how to get involved or for an application click here.


The Transportation Technology Academy is funded by a Federal Highways Administration grant.   All guidelines in effect are based on the rules and regulation of the Federal Highway Administration and the guidelines of approved grant No. DTFH61-08-G-00021.