Early fall enrollment at Maine’s community colleges is up by 18% over last year, and has surpassed pre-pandemic levels.


Careers in artificial intelligence can be lucrative, but getting qualified for one of those jobs doesn’t have to cost a fortune. That’s why students and businesses are turning to community colleges.


Johnson County Community College is hosting a job fair soon, trying to help the 865 workers laid off locally at Yellow Corp. The trucking company declared bankruptcy after years of financial struggles and growing debt.

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The Pearland Economic Development Corporation is helping to meet the need for a better-equipped workforce by partnering with Alvin Community College and biotech company Lonza to create a two-level biotechnology certificate course.

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