Soliciting proposals through a Request for Proposals (RFP) for occupational skills training programs.
For at least the next six weeks, Craig Field is housing Alabama’s [...]
This past week three Plumbing and Pipefitting students at Elmore County Technical [...]
Many of us grew up with the idea that the only way to get a good career in Alabama was via a four-year college degree or higher.
A recent National Federation of Independent Businesses survey reported that the percentage of small businesses saying that they get no or few qualified applicants for available jobs has hit a 17-year high.
Studies estimate that hundreds of thousands of positions in manufacturing firms went unfilled, even during the post-financial-crisis downturn and subsequent weak recovery, because of the lack of skilled workers.
A leader in additive manufacturing technologies, GE, has selected Auburn University as one of just eight universities from around the world to participate in a groundbreaking program focusing on 3-D printing research and education initiatives.
The first group of classes for a Montgomery-area information technology training program will finish early next month.