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Grant Will Help Build Darke County's Workforce

GREENVILLE – The Darke County Workforce Development at the Greenville Career Technology Center (C-Tec) received a boost this week with the announcement the organization received a $500,000 grant. The original plan asked for over $1 million, which would aid in expanding the facility.

From the March 23, 2014 edition of The Early Bird

By Ryan Berry, Managing Editor

GREENVILLE – The Darke County Workforce Development at the Greenville Career Technology Center (C-Tec) received a boost this week with the announcement the organization received a $500,000 grant. The original plan asked for over $1 million, which would aid in expanding the facility.

According to David Peltz, C-Tech director, the money could still be used for a brick and mortar project, but all of the interested parties are going to have to sit down and develop a plan. However, Peltz is sure the funds will benefit high school students, dislocated workers and incumbent workers.

Since the ceremonial ground breaking for the Work Force Development Center two years ago, the program has been on a fast track to team local schools with local manufacturers. This has been achieved through Partnering for Progress, Darke County Economic Development, Greenville City and Darke County schools and manufacturers coming together to build a curriculum to prepare students for the workforce. Potential workers have already taken advantage of the STNA and welding classes offered to adults wanting to re-enter the workforce. Peltz believes this grant will further the opportunities for the future and current workforce....

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