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He has not allowed any challenge to keep him from success. This spring Cole graduated from Newton High School with the 2015 Superintendent Award, membership in the First Hour Honor Team and an ACT National Career Readiness Certificate. He also competed on the school bowling and track teams and was a member of the Rotary Club and Railer Ambassadors.
Today, University of Phoenix announced it will accept the ACT National Career Readiness Certificate (ACT NCRC) for up to three credits towards elective courses in select University undergraduate degree programs.
EVERETT, Wash. – Washington employees can now be certified as “work ready,” positioning the state to better compete for jobs, business growth and economic development. Work Ready Washington on Thursday announced statewide participation in ACT’s Work Ready Communities initiative, which uses the National Career Readiness certificate (NCRC) test to de
A new program in Prichard could help you train for a high growth job. Prichard has partnered with Bishop State Community College "Ready To Work".
Ready to answer the door when opportunity knocks. Ready to welcome new business. Ready to work. During this week's Economic Development Corp. board meeting, Director Bruce Hosier announced that, as of last Friday, Randolph County had received a "gold status" as a national ACT work-ready community.
Smith-Cotton High School held their annual Senior Awards program for the Class of 2015 on May 6th.
Two new Midwest right-to-work states — Michigan and Indiana — make the Top 10 Competitive States for 2014. But the Southeast still dominates the list with North Carolina taking first place, which went to Georgia a year ago. Louisiana, Texas, South Carolina and Tennessee round out the top five. Ohio’s 9th place finish in the midst of so many Southe
Nearly three years ago, Gov. Nikki Haley came to Orangeburg to announce an effort to have each of the state's 46 counties certified as having skilled employees who are ready to work. Orangeburg and Calhoun counties are still working to be certified as South Carolina WorkReady communities, while Bamberg County was certified last December.
Southern Hills Career and Technical Center, in conjunction with the University of Cincinnati East, held a reception ceremony and employment fair for the eight completers of the Certified Production Technology program on April 14.
WASHINGTON - A White House conference Friday will include discussions about a new program in St. Louis to train non-traditional workers through apprentice programs in construction, manufacturing and other trades.