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Normally when people are invited to a ribbon-cutting ceremony, they expect a big red ribbon and large scissors. At Moutainland Technical College on Friday morning the ceremony looked a little different.
The college opened its new building as only a trade college should, with a metal ribbon made by students and a ribbon cutting unlike any other.
The ceremony marked the grand opening of the college’s new Trades and Technology building, an 89,000-square-foot building that includes classroom space, labs, car shops and more.
The building will be home to various topics of study including automotive technology, diesel mechanics, welding, precision
POTTSTOWN, PA — Pottstown School District and the Western Montgomery Career and Technology Center will receive nearly $200,ooo in state Education Relief grants.
State Rep. Joe Ciresi (D-Montgomery) announced the grants for his district Friday.
Western Montgomery Career and Technology Center received a grant of $72,294 . The money is to assist in the resumption and continuation of operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Continuing of Education Equity Grant (CEEG) of $123,605 was awarded to Pottstown School District.
Based in Royersford, WMCTC is one of many career and technology center in Pennsylvania to receive a share of the approximately $10.5
Walmart (WMT) is expanding its educational benefits program to prepare its workforce for “future-proof and future-focused roles” through skilled trade training.
In the summer of 2018, the big-box retailer began offering its 1.5 million U.S. associates debt-free college, as part of its $1-a-day college tuition perk, called “Live Better U.” The nascent program — which used to kick in after 90 days, but is now available on day one — has already been a huge hit with Walmart’s workers.
“While the economy and our company will continue to be technology-driven, we also recognized that the U.S. suffers from a skilled
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