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The Courier-Journal, J-Town, Bullitt get $150,000 for training

The Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center is helping with classes that start Nov. 2 in Louisville.
By Grace Schneider

Date Published: 10/28/2015

General Electric and other area manufacturers are sounding the alarm on a critical shortage of qualified workers -- a problem they worry will worsen without an aggressive strategy.

To raise awareness and forge an action plan, GE hosted a Workforce Develop Summit Tuesday for manufacturers, educators and government leaders to create a set of immediate and long-range solutions. The company also announced it's teaming with interactive learning company Amatrol to provide $150,000 to expand manufacturing curriculum at Jeffersontown High School and Bullitt County Area Technical Center

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