ELIZABETHTON, Tenn. – Nicholas T. Pinchuk, chairman and CEO of Snap-on Incorporated from Kenosha, Wis., fourth from left, announced Oct. 8th that the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Elizabethton would become a Snap-on certified regional training center. Program participants, pictured form left, are State Rep. Timothy Hill, TCAT director Dean Blevins, TCAT Vice Chancellor James King, Pinkchuk, John Lee, Certified NC3 instructor and TCAT diesel instructor, Roger Tadejewski, executive director of NC3-National Coalition of Certification Centers from Edmond, Ok., Chelle Travis, associate vice chancellor of TCATs, and Patrick Archambault of Trane.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker announced last week that the Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding $7.5 million in Arkansas to finance projects that will create jobs, promote innovation, increase resiliency to natural disasters and accelerate long-term sustainable economic growth. The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton will receive $1.1 million to […]
Representative Tommy Thompson and West Central Arkansas Planning & Development District Director Dewayne Pratt presented a $25,000 check for the new Workforce Training Center to UACCM GIVE MEANING Campaign Chair Miles Lacy, UACCM Development Officer Morgan Zimmerman, and UACCM Foundation Board Chair Doug Cahill on Friday, August 18. The funds were awarded through the WCAPDD General Improvement Fund Grant Program.
Girl Lego builders can now use three female scientists as their protagonists in a new set so popular it is already out of stock.