The number of the Dan River Region’s students in advanced manufacturing has increased by three times since five years ago. That means there are more qualified workers for jobs like the ones announced by Kyocera SGS Tech Hub LLC on Thursday afternoon.
- Unison to open advanced manufacturing facility in USA
- Hiring, Training and Supporting the Workforce in School and on the Job
- DCC precision machining students head to National SkillsUSA Championships
- Kyocera breaks ground in ‘monumental milestone’ for Dan River Region
- DCC program takes ‘training to a new level’
- Official: Commitments are signs precision machining pipeline effort is working
- Governor: New jobs, investment a ‘huge win’ for region