Community Colleges, Businesses Will Partner to Reshape Workforce Training

Maryland’s 16 community colleges will work with local businesses to develop workforce training under a program state officials announced Wednesday.

The program, created by the state Department of Commerce and the Maryland Association of Community Colleges, aims to bring the colleges and local employers together to offer customized training courses through centers at the schools. The program also will offer degree programs and enable colleges to create new areas of study.

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