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Toyota-Mazda Plant Has Plans to Train 4,000 Workers

by Brad Harper | January 12, 2018
When Hyundai was considering where to build its new Santa Cruz concept truck two years ago, the [...] Read more

What’s Wrong With Worker Retraining?

by Jeffrey Selingo | January 09, 2018
When Travis Busch graduated from high school in Jefferson, Iowa, in 1999, he followed many of h [...] Read more

Automotive Foundation Helps Prepare Technicians

by Alysha Webb | December 21, 2017
American Honda Motor Co. works with community colleges nationwide to train service technicians [...] Read more

College, Airport Align for Pilot Training

by Mary Kate Murphy | December 19, 2017
When Sandhills Community College’s professional pilot training program takes off, it will do [...] Read more

Online-Only College Plan Targets “Stranded Workers”

by Louis Freedberg | December 12, 2017
With time running out on his governorship, Gov. Jerry Brown is pushing California’s 114-campu [...] Read more

Earn as You Learn: New Push for Programs

by Lolade Fadulu | November 28, 2017
Just before President Trump took office, Ammar Campa-Najjar wrote him a memo urging him to supp [...] Read more

Colleges Take a Role in Supporting Manufacturing

by Ed Coghlan | October 31, 2017
California’s manufacturing sector has long been viewed as a ticket to the middle class. While [...] Read more

Internship Forms Political Leaders

by Alondra Gallardo | October 31, 2017
The United Faculty is seeking students to fill paid internships and volunteers for a variety of [...] Read more