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The Atlantic: Why Jobs Go Unfilled Even in Times of High Unemployment

Companies say too many applicants just don’t have the right skills. Partnerships between employers and community colleges are looking to fix that.

Skills for America’s Future, a policy initiative run out of the Aspen Institute, was created in 2010 as a spin-off of President Obama’s Jobs Council and was originally led by longtime Obama supporter Penny Pritzker. With Pritzker now installed as the new Commerce secretary, Aspen announced earlier this week that the skills-training program will continue with executives from Snap-On and Gap at the helm.

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Faribault Business Leaders Learn About What Makes Advanced Technology Center Work: The Partnerships

About 35 business leaders from Faribault, Owatonna, Waseca and the surrounding region spent Tuesday morning in Kenosha, Wis., for the final leg of a tour of Gateway’s advanced technology center. In just a few hours, they took in Gateway’s Horizon Center and the Snap-On Innovation Works facility.

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Tennessee Board of Regents and its 27 Colleges Join NC3 !

ELIZABETHTON, Tenn. – Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology (TCATs) will fulfill specialized training and certification of emerging technology skills through membership in the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3), which develops, implements and sustains industry-recognized portable certifications built on national skill sets.

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NC3 School Spotlight: Washburn Tech

NC3 School Spotlight: Washburn Tech | Topeka, Kansas This fall, Washburn Tech will introduce a “Heavy Diesel Construction Technology program” in Topeka Kansas. Additionally, Washburn Tech invested almost a million dollars revamping their automotive, energy and climate control programs. Washburn Tech’s improvements to their facilities and curriculum will put them on the cutting edge of skills […]

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NC3 Member, South Central Community College, Hosts Public/Private Delegation Visit to Snap-on and Gateway Technical College

About 35 business leaders from Faribault, Owatonna, Waseca and the surrounding region spent Tuesday morning in Kenosha, Wis., for the final leg of a tour of Gateway’s advanced technology center. In just a few hours, they took in Gateway’s Horizon Center and the Snap-On Innovation Works facility.

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