By Joe Coreoran - WKU Public Radio - A new collaborative effort in Warren County is looking to train workers to fill high-tech manufacturing jobs in the region.The center will train up to 16 people at a time at South Central Kentucky Community and Technical College. Courses are to begin at the center Feb. 2.
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On-campus dining, a new library and an entire wing devoted to health care are a few of the features included in a building project planned on Southcentral Kentucky and Community College’s Bowling Green campus.
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The program selects 30 students gifted in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. Over the course of the five-semester program, students will divide their time between going to classes twice a week and working for a company three times a week.