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Career Tech Center's New Signage Promotes Countywide Efforts

GREENVILLE - The Greenville Career Tech Center at Greenville High School is evolving to fit the needs of the county’s workforce, and part of that includes a new branding effort for the facility, said Marc Saluk, Darke County Economic Development director.

From the February 20, 2014 edition of The Daily Advocate

By Heather Meade, Staff Writer - Photo by Clinton Randall, Webmaster

GREENVILLE - The Greenville Career Tech Center at Greenville High School is evolving to fit the needs of the county’s workforce, and part of that includes a new branding effort for the facility, said Marc Saluk, Darke County Economic Development director.

Darke County has been striving to meet the county’s workforce needs, including creating partnerships to benefit all facets of the workforce, Saluk said. Greenville City Schools, as well as the other districts in the county, have been a big part of the effort to make sure that Darke County doesn’t run out of a viable employee source, through Partnering for Progress (P4P), and they intend to continue the forward momentum, Saluk stated.

“I really appreciate our partnership – it’s a collaborative effort, and we’re excited to move forward with our efforts,” Dave Peltz, Greenville’s CTC director.

On Wednesday, new signage went up at the Greenville Career Tech Center, including a sign for the Darke County Workforce Center, a training facility that will eventually be used by many members of Darke County’s workforce, including current students, under-employed and under-skilled workers, and those who may already have a job, but need more skills to continue to advance, Saluk said....

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