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Report: ‘On-Ramp’ Programs Help Working-Class Adults Achieve Upward Mobility

by Monica Levitan | January 31, 2019
Over 32 million working-class American adults with less than a two-year degree are being left b [...] Read more

New John Wood Community College HVAC Program Approved

by Monica Levitan | January 22, 2019
To address the shortage of trade skill workers in the area, John Wood Community College (JWCC) [...] Read more

Report: Iowa’s Community Colleges See Decrease in Total Enrollment, Increase in Minority Enrollment

by Monica Levitan | January 22, 2019
According to the Annual Condition of Iowa’s Community Colleges report, the state’s communit [...] Read more

Salt Lake Community College Partners with Cummins Inc. to Offer Apprentice Program

by Monica Levitan | January 22, 2019
Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) has partnered with Cummins Inc. to train service technicians [...] Read more

Economist Not Accurate in Criticism of Ivy Tech Community College

by Sue Ellspermann and Chris Lowery | January 17, 2019
Developing an economy “built to last” is hard work. It was just a decade ago that numerous [...] Read more

West Virginia Community College Bill Passes First Step in Legislation Process

by Monica Levitan | January 17, 2019
Senate Bill 1, legislation designed to provide greater access to community college career edu [...] Read more

New Workforce Development Program at Onondaga Community College Helps Individuals Prepare for a new Career

by Monica Levitan | January 15, 2019
SUNY Onondaga Community College is offering a new workforce development program which helps tho [...] Read more

Southwestern Michigan College Stops State Lawsuit After New Legislation Passed

by Monica Levitan | January 10, 2019
A lawsuit filed on Jan. 4 by Southwestern Michigan College (SMC) against the Michigan’s Offic [...] Read more