Laptops and free coursework are up for grabs with the Digital Strike scholarship campaign
WEBSTER GROVES, Mo. — A Webster Groves business is partnering with Google to give high school graduates an alternative to traditional college.
Digital Strike is awarding 20 St. Louis area high school students computers and financing to complete a Grow with Google certificate. Grow with Google offers professional-level training in IT support, data analytics, project management, UX design and Android development.
All courses are completed online and cost $39 per month. For the 20 St. Louis students selected by Digital Strike, their fees will be covered.
Grow with Google coursework can be taken in conjunction with the traditional 4-year college degree curriculum. Chris Westmeyer is the President of Digital Strike Targeted Marketing and he hopes some students will see his company’s partnership with Grow with Google as an alternative to potentially expensive college classes.