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Federal grant to help MSTC create new advanced certificate

U.S. Department of Labor grant to fund IT-infused automation programs to help address local 'skills gap,' college leaders say

6:18 PM, Sep. 20, 2013
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Mid-State Technical College will use its portion of a $23.2 million federal grant to create an advanced certificate program that incorporates information technology with advanced manufacturing.

Many manufacturing processes are becoming more automated, and as those technologies change, the need for workers with skills to use those systems increases, said Gary Kilgas, associate dean of MSTC's Technical & Industrial Division, who helped apply for the $894,943 grant. The funding is one of 16 projects - one at each of the Wisconsin Technical College System's 16 institutions - to create ...

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