W.Va. manufacturers see opportunities in vocational training programs

01/24/2013 | Charleston Daily Mail (W.Va.)

Education and business leaders in West Virginia agree that changing the perception of vocational training, as well as developing a more workplace-oriented approach could help improve the state's school-based vocational training programs. Gary Clay, of the West Virginia Manufacturers Association, notes that businesses and individuals could both benefit if a young person completes vocational training and gets a job with a manufacturing company that then helps that individual obtain a college degree.

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