OEDA 2020 Excellence in Workforce Award Winner Video
Check it out! We are excited to release the feature video for the 2020 Excellence in Workforce award winner, Owens Community College Dana Advanced Manufacturing Training Center. The video gives you an opportunity to virtually tour the facility and hear from the people who made it possible. Click HERE to view this video.
The Dana Advanced Manufacturing Training Center is destined to become the region’s premier resource for advanced manufacturing training and will help all populations access training toward gainful employment in the skilled trades and manufacturing industry sectors.
The pandemic delayed the videos but we are grateful to now be able to share them with you. OEDA will be releasing the other three videos as they are completed. The videos were made possible through the generosity of Bricker & Eckler LLP, presenting sponsor of The 2020 Annual Economic Development Excellence Awards.
Congratulations again to our 2020 Excellence in Workforce Development Winner, Owens Community College Dana Advanced Manufacturing Training Center!
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