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Vanguard-Sentinel Career and Technology Center was awarded what its superintendent called the biggest state grant in the school's history Tuesday, as the center looks to expand its manufacturing and technical education opportunities for area students.
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To help adapt to changing requirements in the workforce, Columbus State Community College (CSCC) spearheaded a regional initiative in 2011 called The Central Ohio Compact. The Compact aims to ensure that 60 percent of Central Ohioans hold a postsecondary credential by 2025.
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JobsOhio rolls out the final piece of its economic development strategy, launching a new talent acquisition program to ensure its expansion and relocation projects have the trained and educated workforce they need.
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By CRAIN'S CLEVELAND BUSINESS The Ohio Business Leadership Network, which describes itself as a “peer-to-peer business organization that provides employers with information and resources about how best to recruit, select, train and retain a workforce that includes individuals with disabilities,” has hit a milestone: It now has 100 members. “We are proud to achieve this milestone that makes Ohio one of the largest and most active affiliates of the Business Leadership Netw...
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One hundred eight community partnerships will share $9.4 million to mentor approximately 40,000 Ohio students in the latest round of grants in the Community Connectors school mentorship program.
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Ohio Department of Education highlights the Ohio State Apprenticeship Council's recognition of Grant Career Center's Pre-Apprenticeship Program.
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The GED exam would no longer be the only test allowing off-track students and dropouts to earn a high school diploma, under a proposal announced today by Gov. John Kasich.
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In 2012 there was not a single Ohio college graduate who received a degree in insurance. It was a troubling fact for an industry, which is considered an economic pillar for the state of Ohio. Insurance employs over 100,000 Ohioans and contributes billions to the state’s gross domestic product. The industry worked around this challenge by recruiting insurance talent from colleges in other states and by hiring students from related disciplines in Ohio.
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Registering for college classes can be complicated for the most experienced student. For veterans transitioning from the military to civilian life, the process can be daunting, and it carries significant weight.
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Ohio Awarded Grant to Improve Career Preparation Systems for Young People
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