Monroe Technology Center invites Loudoun County middle-school students and their parents to "Middle School Night at MTC" Wednesday, Nov. 16, from 6 to 8 p.m.
"The open house is a great opportunity to see the programs we offer while still in middle school," said Monroe Technology Center assistant principal Ronald Stocking. "Students can start planning their schedules and start lining up high-school classes. It is a way to see what is available."
Monroe Technology Center offers 19 programs for students. Programs include administrative justice, auto-collision repair technology, building construction, computer and digital animation, computer-systems technology, cosmetology, culinary arts, nail design, nursing, television production and welding.
"Monroe is an opportunity for students to gain valuable skills to get a job in the real world," Stocking said.
Current Monroe Technology Center students will be at the open house to answer questions.
"Middle school students can ask our students questions and see what they are doing in their classes," Stocking said. "Instructors also be there."