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21
The apprenticeship program between Gateway Community and Technical College and Fives Cincinnati not only addresses the manufacturing skills gap in Northern Kentucky but also is setting an example for similar industries around the country.
Apr
16
Gateway Community and Technical College will be closed for a professional development day on Thursday, April 17, 2014. The college will close all offices at noon on Friday, April 18. There are no classes on Saturday, April 19, and the college will remain closed. The college will reopen for normal operations 7 a.m., Monday, April 21.
Apr
10

Is a college education worth it? That question plagues high school graduates and their parents as the students start to chart their futures.

If the student chooses a career in advanced manufacturing, the answer could very well be a resounding, “Yes!” The Northern Kentucky Industrial Park Industry Partnership estimates there are 680 unfilled local manufacturing jobs. The vacancies could reach 2,500 in three years and 6,250 in 10 years.

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