Local Business Partners

Local business partners will play a huge role in the outcome of the ASSIST program. Regional business leaders are to guide program content and curriculum revisions to ensure that students are learning the skills and competencies required by employers. This will be accomplished by surveying these regional businesses to help to determine specific educational needs and advanced technical skills required for today's workforce.

ASSIST staff members will work closely with regional business leaders to establish educational opportunities for participants, such as internships, on-the-job training, and apprenticeship programs that promote possibilities towards full-time employment.

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Date/Time Published:7/9/2014 12:28