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DBJ Interviews Darke County ED Director

Darke County has a new solution to the problem of workforce training.

From the December 4, 2013 edition of The Dayton Business Journal

By Staff Reporter Tristan Navera

3 Questions:  Marc Saluk on Darke County Workforce

Darke County has a new solution to the problem of workforce training.

The border county of 53,000 is served by few higher education institutions, but its employers are expanding at such a pace that Marc Saluk — director of economic development for the county’s development group, Partnering for Progress — says the pipeline of skilled workers could be strained. So he’s turning to the school districts to train in workforce skills.

Darke County is seeking $1.5 million from the state to create a new manufacturing training center at Greenville City Schools’ career technology facility, which officials hope will train 650 students in its first five years. If all goes well, the so-called Darke County Workforce Center could expand programming to training other professions.

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