Maricopa Community Colleges proposes consolidation of presidencies to cut costs
The district expects to save about $1 million by consolidating the top administrative positions in eight of its 10 colleges into four regional administrations.
W. Va. college to train new P&G plant technicians
Procter & Gamble and Blue Ridge Community & Technical College will be doing business together for quite a while.
Commentary: Trump administration should address skills gap to aid in creating good workers
President-elect Trump and the new Congress have an opportunity to support middle-skill training, career and technical education, apprenticeship, and upskilling to narrow the skills gap that hinders hiring.
Wash. community college leaders urge Trump to let many undocumented students stay
Leaders of Washington’s community college system are the latest college executives to send a message to President-elect Donald Trump urging him to preserve an executive action that allows many undocumented young people to stay in the United States without fear of being deported.
Wisc. college alumni invited to become mentors
Chippewa Valley Technical College alumni have a new way to give back to the community by helping others get started on a new career.
St. Philip’s College will give scholarships to qualified applicants who enroll during its second of two free holiday season enrollment fairs specifically for former students of Career Point College and ITT Technical Institute.
Program for two N.Y. high schools offers free community college tuition
Onondaga Community College is rolling out a program that will offer free tuition to students in two central New York school districts.
Ark. governor announces new college grant program
Gov. Asa Hutchinson has announced a new grant program that seeks to encourage students to enroll in high-demand fields at community and technical colleges and begin their careers in the state.