Doylestown, PA Community College Plans $14 million Training CenterOctober 19, 2018 |
by Chris English
A new $14 million building planned for Bucks County Community College’s Gene & Marlene Epstein campus in Bristol Township will enhance and expand the college’s jobs training programs and help fill the “skills gap” for local and regional manufacturers and businesses, according to college and county officials.
Speaking during a brief ceremony on the campus Wednesday, officials said the 35,000-square-foot, two-story building would have office space for county agencies related to workforce and economic development, and also meeting and conference rooms where area business leaders and college and government officials can meet to talk about workforce needs and programs. Its official name will be the Bucks County Center for Economic & Workforce Development.