While most high schoolers may be taking the summer off, a group of Henry County students are preparing for the future this week.
NCI’s newly adopted plan represents a “focused approach to academic areas that are responsive to current and future industry needs,” according to Stanley.
20 particpating students were introduced to robotics and drones through classroom lectures offered by Vincent Brown, associate professor of technology at SVCC, as well as hands-on activities and tours.
The Manufacturing Skills Institute (MSI), the workforce development affiliate of the Virginia Manufacturers Association, announced today that Rappahannock Community College (RCC) is the eleventh Virginia community college to be designated as an authorized MSI Assessment Center.
Ten Virginia Community Colleges Designated MSI Assessment Centers. Clifton Forge, VA – The Manufacturing Skills Institute (MSI), the workforce development affiliate of […]
This announcement is part of an aggressive move to expand the MT1 certificate program into community colleges and educational partners across the United States.