Inside Cuyahoga Community College's new mobile training unit. (Photo: Tri-C)

Ohio college debuts mobile workforce training trailer
Cuyahoga Community College has a new mobile training unit to bring workforce development programs to local companies and schools.

Better marriage between college and job training
Inside Higher Ed
Higher education will remain the federal government’s primary job training system, albeit one experts say could use a reboot.

State lawmakers propose free tuition for tech college
Greenville News
Seventeen Democratic state senators want South Carolina to spend $76 million a year on a proposed S.C. Promise Scholarship, which would pay for students’ tuition and fees at the state’s 16 technical colleges.

Virginia community colleges remain focused on expansion despite cuts
WSLS (with video)
Impending statewide funding cuts mean elimination of some faculty positions and programs.

Business network expands to include Fox Valley Technical College
Fond du Lac Reporter
IGNITE! Business Success has added another partner, the Fox Valley Technical College Venture Center, to the entrepreneurial network’s business consulting and educational resources.

Commentary: Community colleges are not the minor leagues anymore
Most community colleges work hand-in-glove with local industries to train students to meet the workforce needs of those industries, working out a pragmatic symbiotic relationship that benefits both students and industry.

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