Building the foundation for a competitive workforce through specialized training, funding, and strategic retention efforts.
Workforce Development is dedicated to the creation, implementation, and facilitation of quality short-term educational programs, funding opportunities, and student-centered supports by being responsive to business/industry and community needs.
- Support the mission and goals of the College
- Streamline access to workforce training and specialized funding sources
- Create and foster industry partnerships
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Workforce Development Training & Education Program Funding Sources
Funding for programs offered through Workforce Development come from a variety of sources including state agency partnership programs, employers, federal grants, as well as sefl-funding. Some of these funding sources are:
Short-term Contract Training, Grants, and Special Projects
- Certificate Programs
- Professional Certification
- 1 day to 1 quarter
- Transcript Available
- Online, Hybrid, and Face to Face
- Standard Registration Process
- Multi year grant-funded training contracts
- Sector related partnership training projects (e.g. construction trades, aerospace, clean energy, IT)
- Workforce and Industry partnership contracting
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