November 28

Gov. Ivey Announces Changes to the AL Community College System

According to Yellow Hammer News, “in a push to be “a leader in the automotive industry,” Gov. Kay Ivey has announced that Alabama will be the first state to roll out nationally recognized manufacturing credentials at every community college.”

“We are once again proving Alabama is a leader in the automotive industry by offering these credentials in all of our two-year colleges,” Governor Ivey said.

“It’s only fitting that this announcement comes on Manufacturing Day. Alabama is committed to providing a 21st Century workforce that is prepared for 21st Century manufacturing like that found in this growing auto industry.”

Alabama has been consistently gaining national recognition in the automotive industry. The new community college requirements will further that recognition through Alabama’s partnership with the MSSC.

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