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NA chosen for pilot program

May 15, 2013

    Bellmont High School has been selected to serve as the site of a pilot program that will provide free training for current members of the local industrial workforce.
    The Adams County Industrial Maintenance Training Program, a collaborative effort between Ivy Tech Corporate College, WorkOne and the Adams County Economic Development Corp., is designed to provide continuing education to incumbent employees in specific subject areas identified by county industrial employers.
    The adult training program was unveiled Tuesday evening during a meeting of the North Adams Community Schools' board of education during a presentation by Larry Macklin, executive director of the Adams County Economic Development Corp.
    For further details see today's print and e-editions.

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