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Apprenticeship Program Meets Manufacturing's Workforce Needs
​Partners for a Competitive Workforce, the Southwest Ohio Region Workforce Investment Board and Ohio Means Jobs Centers of Hamilton and Butler Counties are partnering to fund apprenticeship programs for welders and machine operators.
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Impact NKY is one of 7 regional partners to pilot-test Talent Pipeline management practices
PCW helps overcome the 
Catch-22 of Underemployment
Coalition launches campaign
to promote manufacturing
careers in Northern Kentucky
Skyward leaders outline goals for the region at Forum event at NKU
PCW Executive Director testifies
at Ohio House Committee
They're Grrrrreat!
Seante Bullock
From one hungry industry to another
Woman trades in her apron for an internship as a machine tool operator
Gateway’s Innovative Enhanced Operator Program Welcomes New Students
After months of planning and collaboration between industry partners, the Advanced Manufacturing Workforce Development Coalition and Gateway Community and Technical College, Gateway’s new Enhanced Operator program welcomed its first students.Orientation for the 28 students enrolled in the 16-week Enhanced Operator program was the beginning of a new way of doing business for Gateway and industry leaders. For the entire story, click here.
PCW's 2015 Annual Report is now available
Click on the file below to see snapshot of our accomplishments in 2015!