Manufacturers give $6M to set up training program for veterans

10/15/2012 | Washington Post, The

Manufacturers including General Electric and Alcoa are partnering with community and technical colleges in 10 cities to establish a training program for veterans looking to obtain certifications in electronics, machining and other areas. The manufacturers have contributed $6 million so far for the program, which organizers say will help 15,000 veterans qualify for manufacturing careers.

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