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Doylestown, PA Community College Plans $14 million Training Center

by Chris English | October 19, 2018
A new $14 million building planned for Bucks County Community College’s Gene & Marlene Ep [...] Read more

Hartford Businesses, Colleges Form Synergetic Relationships

by Sean Teehan | October 18, 2018
Kiley Russell’s story was all too familiar. In her mid-20s, with some college experience [...] Read more

4 Colleges Launching Apprenticeships in Robotics

by Kathleen Megan | October 16, 2018
With a grant from a non-profit robotics manufacturing institute and some additional support fro [...] Read more

Tuition-Free Coding School to Launch In W.Va.

by Associated Press | October 16, 2018
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Officials say West Virginia has a new, tuition-free coding school. The He [...] Read more

Kentucky Residents Wait, Train for Mill That’s Not Built

by Adam Beam, Associated Press | October 11, 2018
ASHLAND, Ky. — Things fall through for Chris Jackson. A construction job, promised if he comp [...] Read more

Survey: Nearly Half of N.Y.  Grads Took Remedial Course in College

by Jay Rey | October 11, 2018
A statewide coalition focused on better preparing high school students for college and careers [...] Read more

Program for Heavy Equipment Operators Expands

by Karlynn Wells | October 09, 2018
MIDDLETOWN, Va. – A year after becoming the first community college in Virginia to offer [...] Read more

Colleges Reach Out to Businesses on Workforce Needs

by Lydia Nusbaum | October 05, 2018
MONTGOMERY, AL – Community colleges across Alabama are reaching out to businesses, asking [...] Read more