Manufacturing
Skill Standards
Council (MSSC)
5 hours ago

A great honor to have Leo Reddy, our Chairman, to speak on the Skills Gap and Global Education System at the World Manufacturing Forum on September 26th in Lake Como, Italy! Click here for the full program:

worldmanufacturingforum.org
During the WMF Annual Meeting 2019, international leaders will have the opportunity to hear how skills-oriented industrial policy agendas support future manufacturing.
Manufacturing
Skill Standards
Council (MSSC)
on Monday

Congrats to Southeast Tennessee Works who just finished their first cohort of students aiming to "build a strong foundation in the principals of advanced manufacturing," featuring 13 students who earned their full CPT!

chattanoogan.com
The first cohort of SETWorks (Southeast Tennessee Works) recently completed their in-class training, celebrating with a completion ceremony at Chattanooga State Community College. A total of 13 individuals celebrated their completion of the first half of this innovative work-based learning program t...
Manufacturing
Skill Standards
Council (MSSC)
on Friday

#DidYouKnow that MSSC has issued over 6,300 credentials to military personnel, both active and veterans?

Manufacturing
Skill Standards
Council (MSSC)
last Thursday

Illinois Central College received a $3 million federal grant to help maintain the regions' workforce needs by putting the money to their new Workforce Sustainability Center. $6 million more is coming from state and local matching funds. Great to see the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board committing to help skill our workers!

week.com
EAST PEORIA (WEEK) -- To help maintain the region's workforce needs, Illinois Central College has received $3 million federal grant for its new Workforce
Manufacturing
Skill Standards
Council (MSSC)
last Wednesday

Great article talking about the need for skilled workers and the benefits of partnerships with educational institutions!

plasticstoday.com
The plastics industry is scrambling to fill the widening labor gap. One solution is through partnerships with educational institutions that are equipped to train potential employees, according to Dr. Quintin Bullock, President of the Community College of Allegheny County.