Commentary: Technical and community colleges: An answer to bridging the workforce gap and skills shortage
Columbus Business First
Increasingly, more employers are recognizing technical and community colleges as the frontline to workforce education and economic development.
Clemson transfer aid comes from $3M in scholarships for engineering and computing
The cost of college can add up, but a new grant aims to ease the burden for students transferring to Clemson University from the state’s 16 technical colleges.
Commentary: More American students need to study abroad: Here’s how Congress can help
The Senator Paul Simon Study Abroad Program Act (S. 1198) would, in part, increase study-abroad participation by minority students, first-generation-to-college students, community college attendees and students with disabilities.
Orange Coast College is first community college to win at ASA DataFest ‘hackathon’
Los Angeles Times
Their team name might be Memory Leak, but the five Orange Coast College students who took home a title from the latest ASA DataFest at Chapman University won’t be forgotten anytime soon.
Walmart extends debt-free college benefits to high schoolers
Walmart is extending its debt-free college benefits to high schoolers as a way to attract and retain workers in a tight labor market.