NPR – Marketplace
September 11, 2012
Some American companies are opening – and re-opening – factories in the U.S. And many of the jobs require a whole new skills set – something someone who worked in a factory five, maybe 10, years ago probably doesn’t have. In North Carolina, community colleges are trying to fix that. During this radio interview, Marketplace’s David Gura discusses with Dr. Gary Green Forsyth Technical Community College’s proactive strategy toward ensuring employability for its students within the industry of manufacturing.
Listen to/read a transcript of the interview here: http://www.marketplace.org/topics/elections/real-economy/training-new-manufacturing-skill-requirements