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The Harvard Study, Pathways to Prosperity, asks the question. “Does everyone need a four-year college degree?”

"The harsh reality is that America is still failing to prepare millions of its young people to lead successful lives as adults.”

“High schools need to do a better job preparing students for whatever career path they choose…whether it’s becoming a doctor or an electrician.”

“There has been a dramatic decline in the ability of adolescents and young adults to find work.”

The above quotes are taken from PATHWAYS TO PROSPERITY — Meeting the Challenge of Preparing Young Americans for the 21st Century.
Pathways to Prosperity Project, Harvard Graduate School of Education, February 2011 
Read the report at:  https://www.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/documents/Pathways_to_Prosperity_Feb2011-1.pdf

MTTI's programs prepare students for entry into training-related employment in just 6-7 months. 

The US Department of Education requires that career and technical schools disclose information for each of its financial aid eligible programs that prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation. We have created a complete page for each program that details consumer Information, including occupations and career paths students may pursue upon program completion, graduation and employment outcome rates, on-time completion rates, tuition and fees, plus graduates’ median debt loan and estimated monthly loan repayments.

Organized in 1985, MTTI’s ongoing mission is education for employment. Through qualified technical education, MTTI’s programs provide students with the skills, knowledge and competencies that meet entry level needs of the labor market. Programs are developed and updated in response to employers and industry specialists to ensure that instruction continues to reflect continuously evolving technology. We invite you to "spend one day" visiting classrooms and shops to learn how MTTI's programs might benefit you.

 

General Information & Policies

Please see additional policies for Severe Weather Conditions; Equal Employment Opportunity - Equal Employment / Affirmative Action Policy Statement; Sexual Awareness Policy & Procedures for the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA); Policy & Procedures Handbook / Reporting Form and other information at: https://www.mtti.edu/student-resources

View the MTTI August 2018 School Catalog
Catalog Insert with School Calendar and Staff Listing

VIew MTTI's Copyright Policy

Vaccination Policy:
  • MTTI does not require students to be vaccinated to attend classes.  Students enrolled in the Medical Assistant program or the Medical Billing and Coding Program may be required to provide proof of vaccinations to an employer during an internship, selected by the student, or for future employment.  This expense is the responsibility of the student.

Consumer Information

The links below will take you to the NEW Gainful Employment Disclosure Template for each program:
The links below withh open charts showing Graduation and Placement Rates and other important information.

View the 2016 - 2017 ACCSC Graduation and Placement Rates, according to the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges Standards. (This will open a link to a PDF.)

View the Mandated Massachusetts Graduation & Employment Disclosures in Compliance with 940 CMR 31.00. (This will open a link to a PDF.)

View the Mandated Massachusetts Loan Nonpayment, Graduation & Median Completion Statistics Disclosures in Compliance with 940 CMR 31.00. (This will open a link to a PDF.)
 

The links below will take you to each program's individual Consumer Information Page, including O*NET SOC Codes for training-related occupations.

 

Pell Grants & Students by Race/Ethnicity and Gender Program Year 2017-18 

Of 484 students enrolled between July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018, 71% received Pell Grants. To view the statistics about students enrolled at MTTI during this program year, please click here.


Crime Statistics

In compliance with Public Law 102-26, information on campus crimes is reported for your review. View MTTI Crime Statistics for the Seekonk, MA Campus and the East Providence, RI Campus.