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Manufacturing Training Expanding at Community Colleges Nationwide
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From middle to high skilled jobs, manufacturing careers can be lucrative - and all started right from the training at community college.
The Revival of Car Manufacturing through Community Colleges
Auto manufacturing is coming back in the U.S., with more training programs at community colleges to help fill the worker gap.
Get Trained in Middle Skills for a Stable, Lucrative Career
If you are looking for a highly demanded, stable career with excellent growth potential, consider starting with "middle skills" training at your local community college.
Race to Your Community Colleges New Auto Program
Take advantage of your local community college's auto program, which can prepare you for a lucrative career in the industry. In addition, you may have the potential to earn while you learn!
Could a Career in Welding Technology Solidify Your Financial Future?
Whether you have technical or creative skills, a career in welding technology can be rewarding and lucrative. Learn how you can start a welding career right at your local community college.
Obtain Your Lead-Safe Certification at Community College
Community colleges are leading the way in offering lead-safe certification, which will be required by law starting in April 2010. Learn about the courses and how you can obtain your certificaiton at your local community college.
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