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NCWE E-Newsletter - December 2019
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The National Council for Workforce Education


December 2019


The workshop slides submitted for publication are now posted on the NCWE website under Annual Conference. They are two webpages, one for Tuesday and one for Wednesday workshops.

Just click on the title of the workshop that is in "blue." If the workshop title is not in blue, then the speaker did not submit their slides for publication.

Scaling the Lessons Learned from TAACCCT to Benefit the Entire College
  Jo Alice Blondin, President, Clark State Community College (CSCC)
  Michelle Van Noy, Associate Director, EERC, Rutgers University

Prior to receiving the TAACCCT grant, CSCC trained fewer than twenty students annually in general manufacturing. Since 2014, the college has trained more than 450 students in eight stackable certificates (Welding, Additive Manufacturing, CNC, Industrial Maintenance, SCADA, CAD, Robotics, and Manufacturing) and an associate’s degree. As a result of this success, CSCC developed the next “stackable” step in the degree program: a Bachelor of Applied Science in Manufacturing Technology Management..…. Click Here to Read More

Dick Anderson Construction Apprenticeship Program
Great Falls College - Montana State University

Four years ago, Dick Anderson Construction (DAC) located in Helena, MT, contacted Great Falls College Montana State University (GFC MSU) about providing carpentry training for their employees. The Center for Lifelong Learning took the lead on developing this customized program. At the time, no one could have guessed that this would turn into a multi-level, multi-city, state apprenticeship program that has upskilled 54 (unduplicated) employees at DAC..….

Click Here to Read More

The SEED Center

NCWE is pleased to partner with Bellevue College to facilitate and accomplish the goals of the SEED Center. The SEED Center (Sustainability Education and Economic Development) is a national resource center for community colleges for sustainability and clean energy workforce development. The SEED Center aims to advance sustainability and clean technology education programs at community colleges by sharing innovative practices to help college faculty, administrators, staff, and students build the green economy.

Click Here to Learn More about SEED

Photo Courtesy of Westchester Community College


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