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Savannah Technical College to offer logistics certification with APICS partnership
Savannah Morning News
The emergence of Georgia Ports Authority as the fourth-largest and fastest-growing container port in the country has made logistics a household word in our area and opened up a world of career possibilities on every level.

How New Hampshire’s community colleges are training our workforce
Union Leader
Nashua Community College offers an associate in science degree in Honda automotive technology – a unique partnership that it is the only one of its kind in northern New England and is only offered at 27 schools across the country.

Ivy Tech, Purdue work on microelectromechanical system program
Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly
Andrew Bell, engineering department chair at the Fort Wayne campus of Ivy Tech Community College in Indiana, will participate in a panel discussion for the upcoming Advanced Technological Education Principal Investigators’ Conference in Washington, D.C.

‘Great deal of work’ to train Foxconn workers
Milwaukee Business Journal
Facing a well-documented skills gap issue in the Milwaukee area, Milwaukee Area Technical College President Vicki Martin and other area education leaders have been working since the announcement to develop plans to meet Foxconn’s workforce needs.

WVSU announces plan to help students transition from community colleges
Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription required)
Community college students should soon be able to transfer their credits to West Virginia State University more easily to complete a bachelor’s degree.

NKU-MCTC sign pathway agreement
Ledger-Independent
An agreement between Maysville Community and Technical College (MCTC) and Northern Kentucky University will help make the transition from MCTC to the university smoother for students.

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