Education paying off in qualified manufacturing workforce
There’s no secret about the biggest obstacle to the regions attempt to grow an economy based on advanced manufacturing. "It’s workforce," said Delpha Very, Economic and Community Development director for Putnam. "We’re playing catch up in that area, but I think the pieces are finally getting put into place."
Students Awarded Aviation Scholarships
The Stratford School for Aviation Maintenance Technicians is proud to announce that six students received scholarships from the National Business Aircraft Association (NBAA). These scholarships were awarded based on student applications and encompass continued training in the field of aviation maintenance.
Connecticut technical high school system puts skills on display in Hartford
As college degrees are advertised to high school students as a prerequisite for entering Connecticut’s changing, knowledge-based workforce, proponents of technical education worry jobs requiring labor-intensive skills and knowledge are being neglected.
Connecticut technical high schools prepare students for modern workforce
The Connecticut Learns and Works Conference was held on Friday in Rocky Hill, drawing educators, counselors, employment and training specialists interested in career and workforce development.