McDonald County Employers In Immediate Need Of Qualified Workers

CROWDER’S NEW PROGRAM AT JANE CAMPUS WILL HELP TRAIN CANDIDATES

Thursday, June 14, 2018

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Courtesy photo A new construction-ready program will begin next week at Crowder College's Jane campus. The free program will teach participants construction skills, with emphasis on concrete and metal work. Employers such as Mid-Tec in Anderson are partnering with the program. Mid-Tec is one local company in need of qualified workers, according to Frank Neely, with the Workforce Investment Board.
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Courtesy photo A new construction-ready program will begin next week at Crowder College's Jane campus. The free program will teach participants construction skills, with emphasis on concrete and metal work. Employers such as Mid-Tec in Anderson are partnering with the program. Mid-Tec is one local company in need of qualified workers, according to Frank Neely, with the Workforce Investment Board.

McDonald County employers need good workers immediately, and a new program being launched next week at Crowder College's Jane Campus may just fit the bill for preparing qualified candidates.


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